We’re committed to supporting our graduates with further opportunities to advance their careers and find work they love. That’s why we offer alumni scholarships to encourage you on your continuing journey through education.
If you’re one of our graduates, you’ll already know we consider you part of our global community. But that’s not just a feel-good statement – we’d like to encourage you to continue pursuing your career goals with our support. That’s why graduates of Torrens University Australia are eligible to receive 25 per cent off total tuition costs as a fee-waiver alumni scholarship for their next qualification including diplomas, degrees, masters, graduate diplomas and graduate certificates.
To be eligible you need to be a domestic or an international student who completed the postgraduate or undergraduate degree.
Can I apply for multiple scholarships at the same time?
Yes, you can apply for multiple scholarships at the same time. However, if you are successful with more than one, you are only allowed to choose one scholarship for your enrolment.
Do I need to renew my scholarship each year
If you are successful in obtaining a scholarship you do not need to renew it. It will be automatically rolled over each year until you finish your course.
What happens to my scholarship if I take a leave of absence?
If you take a leave of absence, your scholarship will be reactivated upon your return to your studies. You do not need to reapply.
Do I need to reapply for a scholarship if I withdraw from my course?
Yes, if you are awarded a scholarship and you withdraw from your studies, your scholarship will be cancelled. If you wish to return to study, you will need to re-apply and go through the review and selection process again.
Who is eligible to apply for a domestic student scholarship?
To apply for a domestic scholarship, you need to be an Australian citizen, Australian permanent resident or New Zealand citizen, or hold a humanitarian visa.
The alumni scholarship provided the continuity and stability to build on my earlier studies in an environment that was familiar and comfortable. It meant I was able to build lasting relationships with my lecturers and my Success Coach, further growing my employability skills while developing my professional strengths.