Applications for 2019 Scholarships Opening Soon

Applications for the 2019 Long Tan Bursary and sponsored scholarships managed by AVCAT open on August 18, Vietnam Veterans Day.

To be eligible students must be:

  • A child, step-child, foster child or grandchild of an ex-serving Australian Veteran
  • An Australian citizen or permanent resident
  • Enrolled, or planning to enrol in 2019, in a full-time course at an Australian University, TAFE College or Registered Training Organisation
  • Receiving, or eligible to receive, Centrelink Youth Allowance or an equivalent means-tested educational payment.

Register your expression of interest here to receive an application form in July.

AVCAT provides up to 90 scholarships a year for the children and grandchildren of ex-serving Australian Veterans. Through the generous support of individual donors, ex-service organisations and the Australian Government Department of Veterans’ Affairs, AVCAT provides bursaries and scholarships to help students with the costs of their tertiary education. Donations are always welcome. To make a donation contact AVCAT at avcat@dva.gov.au or on 02 9213 7999.

 

Printable Posters:

AVCAT 2019 Scholarship Poster 1

AVCAT 2019 Scholarship Poster 2

 

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