As part of our commitment to widening access to residential colleges, Grace College has a range of Entry Scholarships and subsidised places available for incoming first-years.
We also offer a variety of awards, scholarships and bursaries to current residents.
In 2022, Grace College has up to $35, 000 in General Entry Scholarships and up to $20 000 in Dr Dorothy Radford Indigenous Entry Scholarships.
Entry Scholarships are open to all new, full year (35 week) applicants, at the following amounts:
Scholarships are awarded based on Academic Achievement, Community Participation & Service, Financial Need, with preference given to applicants who are:
- Of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander background;
- From a drought-affected, flood and/or fire affected rural or remote region;
- Attending university as an international student; and/or
- Outstanding sportspersons, arts performers or contributors to community at state, national or international level (open to both domestic and international applicants).
Scholarships close 21st January 2022, see Admissions for all key dates.
Application Form & Criteria
UQ Young Achievers’ Accommodation Grants
As part of the support UQ Young Achievers receive from UQ, they may also apply for an accommodation grant. In addition to this Grace College supports the Young Achievers’ Program by providing an accommodation subsidy of $3,000. In 2022, Grace is offering 2 subsidised places for new residents who are Young Achievers.
For more information on the program and to apply, please visit the UQ Young Achievers’ Program website.
UQ Residential Scholarships Scheme
The University of Queensland provides some accommodation scholarships too! For eligibility and to apply, see the UQ Residential Scholarships Scheme website.
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