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GUIDELINES FOR APPLICANTS
Pallottine Aboriginal Scholarships are available to
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, as defined in Australian
legislation, who are living in WA. They are granted irrespective of
Scholarships are available for post-secondary study only
Ė whether in vocational, academic, cultural, religious, sporting or some
allied discipline. All courses must be carried out at or through an approved
WA educational Institution.
Applications are invited annually. They are reviewed by a
Scholarship Committee established by the Trustees. This Committee is made up
of people who reflect a balance of geographical areas throughout WA, as well
as a balance of gender and experience.
Grants are made for a calendar year following which
applications must be renewed.
Successful students are expected to provide evidence of
progress. Semester II fee payments will only be made following receipt of a
Semester I report
A maximum of four annual grants will be available, not
For successful applicants the Trust will pay the
applicable course fees [only], direct to educational Institutes, thus
eliminating any future HECS debt.
Priority will be given to applicants doing a first degree
Application forms are available on the PAST website.
Applications close on 30 Sep each year. Results are usually advised in
January the following year once confirmation is received that an applicant
has been accepted by the Institute.
An annual Presentation ceremony is customarily held in
Perth in March to which students and families are invited. Students are
expected to attend.
The number of scholarships awarded depends on the
interest available from the Trustís capital deposit. Except in exceptional
circumstances all grants will be allocated for a full 12 months.
The Committee retains the right to withdraw a Grant. Itís
decision in the allocation of scholarships is final.
Any information re these scholarships can be obtained by
Pallottine Aboriginal Scholarship Trust
c/- Pallottine Regional House
45 Ionic St
Shelley WA 6148
Phone: 08 9354 4061
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