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Quick facts about College in 2016 No. of Students Undergraduates Postgraduates

289 16

Who’s at St Andrew’s? By Year

By University

By Home Address

By Secondary School


Scholarships & Bursaries Distributions in 2016 Students

Total

Smallest

Largest

Average

Scholarships

28%

$523,000

$750

$26,500

$6,460

Bursaries

21%

$521,000

$1,500

$16,000

$7,450

Prizes

10%

$134,000

$1,000

$10,000

$3,914

Scholarships  Are awarded on merit e.g. all-round, academic, sporting and/or cultural excellence  Are awarded by the College, i.e. in most instances students don’t apply for them. The only exception is cultural scholarships for which students are required to audition Bursaries   

Are means-tested, that is, they (and their families) need to show that they cannot otherwise afford to pay College fees (like Centrelink) Are the final ‘port of call’ for funding. Students should also seek funding elsewhere: family, centrelink, job, other scholarships (e.g. university) Need to be applied for every year. Our experience is that students financial need increases the longer they are in College (some find that parents stop contributing to fees in their second or third year)

28% of students received a Scholarship and 21% of students received a Bursary in 2016:


The College distributed over $1M in Scholarships and Bursaries in 2016 ranging from $1,000 through to scholarships over $25,000:

Quick Facts About College in 2016