Applications for Academic Scholarships to attend USC in 2017

Applications for Academic Scholarships to attend USC in 2017 and 2018 are now open to those students who are currently in Year 10.

Each year a limited number of academic scholarships are provided for students commencing full time studies at USC in Year 11. Academic scholarships to attend USC are highly competitive and range in value from 25% to full remission of tuition fees.

These scholarships are awarded entirely on the results of the Scholarship Selection Test (SST) developed by the Australian Council for Educational Research (ACER). The examination is held at the main school campus of USC located at the corner of Pulteney Street and North Terrace.

This date is the only opportunity to sit for the SST exam. Students wishing to apply for a scholarship must do so by submitting the ACER registration form only, this can be done online.

PLEASE NOTE: Only an ACER registration for scholarship form needs to be completed. The USC Application Form provided on the website or in the Information Pack sent by the school is not required. There is no additional cost for students who proceed with a formal application.

Scholarship Application Requirements

If you are interested in having your child sit for a scholarship, please register by following the procedure outlined below, no later than Friday 5 June 2016. Registrations cannot be accepted after this date.

Details of Testing

The scholarship examination will be held on Saturday 18 June 2016 at University Senior College Campus beginning at 8:45am and finishing at approximately 12:15pm. The scholarship application fee is $95.00 (including GST). Registrations will open in 2016.

At University Senior College we are pleased to offer scholarships at the following levels:

Level 3 – Designed for students in Year 10 during 2015 (all states).

Click here to Register

For further information on Scholarships contact:

USC Enrolment Officer
Michelle Giavis
Phone: +61 8 8313 4988

Open Day Feb2016 Email

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