Apprenticeships and Traineeships
If you are experiencing financial hardship, Kangan Institute has a number of scholarships and grants that provide the opportunity to turn your dreams of study into a reality.
Education Support Scholarships are a non-academic scholarship, which means you don’t need to have good grades, just passion and the want to take the next step in your chosen career path. These scholarships are for students experiencing severe financial difficulties and who would struggle to pay their fees without assistance.
These scholarships apply to all courses available at Kangan Institute.
Applications are open throughout the year. Find out more.
The Pathway to Victoria Scholarship has been made possible by funding from the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne paid by Bendigo Kangan Institute towards tuition fees. Available to new international students with a single VET or a VET packaged with English offer letter.
Each scholarship is valued at $2,500.
Applications close July 2023. Find out More.
The Kangan Institute Access Scholarship has been designed to provide opportunities for access to education. It is intended to alleviate financial pressures associated with engagement and the successful completion of the course.
The scholarship is available to domestic and international students enrolled in any course at Kangan Institute
Applications are open throughout the year. Find out More.
Hume City Council has initiated the Hume Multiversity scholarship program to support residents of Hume who are undertaking an approved course (subject to limited courses deemed eligible by the Hume Council).
Kangan Institute will provide financial assistance to eligible Kangan Institute students who are Hume residents undertaking eligible tertiary courses and have enrolled up to 6 weeks from course commencement.
Applications are open. Please directly contact our Skills and Jobs Centre for eligibility and further information. Call 1300 100 606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Ease your financial stress through the Work and Development Permit (WDP) Scheme, which helps students overcome personal fines and debts.
The Student Support Welfare team has partnered with the Department of Justice to provide vulnerable and disadvantaged people with a non-financial option to pay their outstanding fines. This means that we are now accredited to deliver the Work Development and Permit (WDP) Scheme.
Contact email@example.com or call 9279 2511 for more information
If you would prefer to have a chat with our team about your options, please contact us on the below:
Phone: 9279 2511