Indigenous Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarship (ICAS)

Macquarie University

The Commonwealth Accommodation Scholarships (CAS) are available to Indigenous students to assist with the high costs of relocating to undertake higher education. While the CAS have been replaced by the Relocation Scholarships (administered by Centrelink), they will continue to be offered to Indigenous students in their existing form.
Eligibility Applicants must: be Indigenous Australian citizens of low socio-economic status; be commencing or undertaking a tertiary preparation program, associate degree, undergraduate program, or a graduate diploma in an area of National Priority as full-time Commonwealth supported students; be from a rural or regional area; and have not previously completed a bachelor degree or equivalent (except where it is an entry requirement for the current course). Tenure is dependent on satisfactory progress.
Annual Amount$ 5276
Application Closing Date Early January
Support Type Equity Scholarship
Level of Study Associate Degree
Bachelor Degree (Pass)
Graduate Diploma
Enabling course
Gender Co-Ed
Frequency of Offer Annual
length of Support 4 (year)
Field of study Accounting
Agriculture & Natural Resources
Architecture
Psychology
Built Environment
Business & Management
Communications
Computing & Information Technology
Creative Arts
Dental Studies
Economics
Education & Training
Engineering & Technology
Environmental Studies
Food & Hospitality
General Education & Employment Skills
Health Services & Support
Humanities & Social Sciences
Language & Literature
Law
Legal Studies
Mathematics
Medicine
Nursing
Personal Services
Pharmacy
Rehabilitation
Sciences
Social Work
Sport, Leisure & Recreation
Surveying
Tourism
Veterinary Studies & Animal Care
Welfare & Community Services
ELICOS course
Location of study
NSW
Australia
Target group Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent
Educational disadvantage
Rural and isolated area resident
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