Each year the Australian National University offers the National Indigenous University Scholarship with the aim of acknowledging the academic excellence of Indigenous students in secondary school studies and provide assistance with costs related to tertiary studies.
Field of study
The Award is available each year to a commencing ANU student who:
- is a domestic student; and
- identifies and is accepted as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander; and
- receives an offer of admission to an undergraduate degree program at the University; and
- has completed their Year 12 or equivalent qualification within the last two years and achieved an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) or ANU Selection rank of 95.0 or above (no adjustment factors); and
- has not enrolled in any undergraduate degree program previous to commencing at the University.
The scholarship provides a stipend of $12,500 per annum for a maximum of 5 years.
How to apply
All applicants applying for admission to ANU through the direct Admission Scholarship and Accommodation Application will be automatically considered for the award based on them meeting the eligibility criteria and electing to be considered for scholarships.
Students applying through other channels ie. UAC will also be considered.
When you apply directly to ANU for admission as a domestic undergraduate student, you will have the opportunity to be considered for this opportunity within the same application. Other such support options are enlisted on the Direct application scholarships page.