Scholarships

Holmesglen offers a range of scholarships to assist students from many different backgrounds pay for their tuition fees.
Holmesglen is proud to have a comprehensive Awards and Scholarship Program available for the benefit of its students and staff. The program is aimed at facilitating a range of values which the Institute has always embodied. The core values of the Institute are Ambition; Scholarship; Passion; Integrity; Respect and Excellence. 


Scholarships available:

Category Value Timing
Access Scholarship A - all VET programs (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma) Up to $1,000 each Open May 22 to June 27 2018
Access Scholarship B - Designated area of study - all VET programs (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma) Varied Open all year depending on available funds
International Student Scholarships Up to $1,000 each Open April 1 to April 30 2018.
Open October 1 to October 31 2018. 
Allied Health Assistance - Monash Health/Holmesglen scholarship for Allied Health Assistance students.
TBA for 2018
Asylum Seeker Scholarship: Open to any Asylum Seekers who are eligible to study in in all VET programs (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma)$1,500 (diploma)
$1,000 (Certificate IV or below) 
Open all year depending on available funds 
Koori Access Scholarship: For Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students in all VET programs (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma)
Up to $1,000 ($500 per semester) Open January 1 to March 9 2018. 
Simplot Scholarship: For Hospitality, Cooker, Bakery or Patisserie student in all VET programs (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma) Up to $10,000 Open January 1 to March 2 2018. 
B'nai B'rith Yitzhak Scholarship: Open to VET students (Certificate, Diploma, Advanced Diploma) in all course areasUp to $1,000 each towards tools and course materials Open all year depending on available funds

Other Scholarships 

  1. CHANCES Scholarship (Boroondara only).  CHANCES is a scholarship program for talented and promising young people who live or study in the City of Boroondara.  The program is aimed at providing opportunities and support for young people in the community experiencing financial disadvantage.  The focus is to provide support to facilitate educational achievements for motivated young people. 
  2. World Vision Scholarship $1,000 grant towards HELP debt or tuition fees. The student must currently be enrolled or have a proof of acceptance into a diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree in humanities/social sciences/international studies at any Australian University or TAFE.
  3. Children of Veterans intending Tertiary Studies.  Please check the website for eligibility criteria and details on how to apply www.avcat.org.au
  4. If in financial hardship, please contact Student Services for an appointment with one of the counsellors.  Ph:  9564 1649.