USQ Springfield - The Bremer Institute of TAFE Bursary

In 2014 USQ Springfield will offer three USQ Springfield –The Bremer Institute of TAFE Bursaries to undergraduate students commencing full-time or part-time on-campus study at USQ Springfield Campus. The Bursary is awarded in the first semester to a student pursuing a degree in any discipline who has been enrolled in Bremer TAFE in 2013.

Bremer TAFE was selected as the number 1 Australian Large Training Provider of the Year in 2006.


The scholarship will have a maximum value of $3,000.


To be eligible applicants must:

  • be an Australian citizen or have permanent resident status
  • be enrolled at Springfield campus
  • be studying on-campus
  • commence their studies in a bachelor degree in Semester 1, 2014
  • be enrolled in a minimum of 1 study unit in each of Semester One and Semester Two of each year of study.

Selection criteria

Applicants will:

  • provide evidence of enrolment at Bremer TAFE
  • demonstrate academic achievement by receiving a selection entry rank of at least 82, or an OP 10
  • provide evidence of academic achievement, e.g. TAFE academic transcript or other post-secondary studies, as applicable
  • submit a personal statement providing a description of their career aims and goals
  • demonstrate a history of involvement within their school, extracurricular activities or within their local community.

How to apply

Complete the USQ Scholarship Application Form (PDF* 55KB) and post the application and all supporting documents to:

Private and Confidential
Scholarship Officer
Student Services
University of Southern Queensland
West Street
Toowoomba QLD 4350

Closing date

Applications have closed.


Further information

University of Southern Queensland
Phone:  1800 269 500

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