Are you a Personal Leadership Program graduate about to start Uni? Youth Opportunities has partnered with The Adam Scott Foundation to award one deserving graduate a fully funded scholarship to attend University!
The recipient can choose to study any Undergraduate course at any South Australian University and will receive full financial support for the duration of their course. Hello no HECS debt!
The Low Down
Up to $75,000 university tuition for the duration on any Undergraduate course available in South Australia. One Scholarship is available. 2020 Scholarship application (TBC)
STUDY LEVEL: Undergraduate
YEAR OF STUDY: Commencing first year studies 2019
STUDY REGION: South Australia
STUDY LOAD: Full-time (part-time may be considered)
To be considered to receive the Adam Scott Foundation Youth Opportunities Scholarship an applicant must:
Please Note: The Adam Scott Foundation Youth Opportunities Scholarship cannot be deferred. Monies must be used in the Semester for which they are awarded.
Applicants will be assessed based on an application form and a personal statement of 500 words (no more than 2 typed pages), addressing all the following criteria:
How you have worked through these challenges to be prepared to undertake University studies.
Applications must include all necessary supporting documents. Incomplete applications will not be considered. Applicants will need to supply the following documentation:
Send completed application form and attachments to email@example.com or post to:
Adam Scott Foundation
Youth Opportunities Scholarship
35a Oaklands Road
Somerton Park SA 5044
The Selection Panel will discuss applications and select a shortlist of applicants who they believe would significantly benefit from the Scholarship.
Shortlisted applicants will be contacted by Youth Opportunities via phone call to schedule an interview.
Interviews with the Selection Panel will be undertaken on Friday 22nd February 2019 (date TBC).
The successful applicant will receive a phone call on or before Wednesday 27th February 2019 from the General Manager/Director of the Adam Scott Foundation offering them the Scholarship.