AHEP grants aim to assist eligible domestic students who are in financial need, or are facing significant disadvantage, with small to medium grants (up to $2000) to address pressing financial hardship.
Applications are assessed by an independent Grants Panel according to eligibility criteria and are awarded based on availability of grant funds, applicant numbers and merit of application.
Applications are open throughout the academic year and are assessed at the end of March and then on a monthly basis until the end of October, while funds are available.
For further information refer to the AHEP Grants FAQs below, check the application form or contact a TAS Student Advisor - Level 3, Hughes Building, phone 8313 0100 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
AHEP funds are granted for a specific purpose or items which will enable you to continue with your studies. The AHEP grants are based on financial and circumstantial need which a student must be able to demonstrate. Applications are accepted throughout the academic year.
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AHEP grants are open to eligible domestic undergraduate students (Australian citizens, Permanent Residents and holders of Permanent Humanitarian Visas) who are enrolled at the University of Adelaide and who can demonstrate financial need. Services for international students are available through the International Student Centre.
You can apply for any amount up to $2000, depending on your personal circumstances. You will need to itemise what you want to use the grant for. The amount of funding approved may vary depending on availability of funds, applicant numbers and merit of application.
The grant can be used for any specific purposes or item(s) that will enable students to continue with their studies. Individual circumstances are taken into account.
The grant cannot be used for;
Students who are struggling to meet these costs are encouraged to contact a TAS Student Advisor to discuss options and alternatives.
Applications are open throughout the academic year and are assessed at the end of March and then on a monthly basis until the end of October.
You will need to:
Contact the Transition & Advisory Service on 8313 0100 or email email@example.com