Scholarships and Cadetships
There are many Scholarships offered at the University of Adelaide. While most scholarships are based on academic merit, some consider financial disadvantage.
Wirltu Yarlu have other scholarships/grants available as follows:
Reg Sprigg (Guidelines and Application Form)
Rolf Ehrlich (Extreme Emergency Financial hardship) for more information please contact Wirltu Yarlu
Wirltu Yarlu Travel Grant (once off) please contact Wirltu Yarlu
Kokatha Grant (once off) Guidelines and Application Form (Indigenous Students attending Port Augusta Campus only)
Access Grant (Global Learning Funding Scheme)
Terry Roberts Memorial Scholarship 2016 Guidelines and Application Form
Students wanting to find out more information, can do so by:
- asking your lecturer or program adviser for information (there are many School or Faculty specific scholarships and grants available)
- contacting the University's Scholarship Office or phone (08) 8313 3341
- visiting the the University of Adelaide 's Union Education and Welfare Officers
- making an appointment to see a Wirltu Yarlu Student Services Officer.
Some Scholarships and Cadetships are not regularly offered however check regularly with your Student Services Officers. All cadetships, scholarships and employment strategies are subject to funding availability.
View a list of scholarships available to Indigenous students and download application forms.
View a list of external scholarships available outside the University.
The University of Adelaide offers cadetship opportunities including on-campus work placements for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander undergraduate students.
Cadetships with government or private enterprise assist students with work placement while they study. These cadetships help students gain the professional qualifications and experience needed for a range of jobs and the opportunity to move into employment when they have completed their study.
The National Indigenous Cadetship Project (NICP) links Indigenous tertiary students with employers in a cadetship arrangement involving full-time study and work placements.
View a list of cadetships.