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Guidance and Careers Update

28/07/2014
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40 x $12,000 Vice-Chancellor's Principal's Recommendation Scholarships

Do you have a high level of academic achievement? Are you participating in academic extra-curricular activities? Do you hold any leadership positions at school? You should apply! As this scholarship is linked with the Principal's recommendation, you'll also receive the bonus of a guaranteed place at USQ!

For all of the details on the Vice-Chancellor's Principal's Recommendation Scholarships and to view the students' application guide to make sure you complete all of the steps along the way, check out USQ scholarships page.

9 x $6,000 Future Community Leader Scholarships

Are you an active member of your school community? Do you volunteer or contribute to projects or events within your local community? Have you been involved with USQ events while in school? This scholarship is for you!

To view all of the details on the Future Community Leader Scholarships, see the USQ scholarships page.

When will I be notified?

Students who are awarded either the Vice-Chancellor's Principal's Recommendation Scholarship or Future Community Leader Scholarship will be notified in October 2014. That's right, before you even have your OP you'll know that you have a USQ scholarship waiting for you.

When do I need to apply?

Both Early Round Scholarships close on Friday 29 August 2014. After this date you can also apply for a whole range of other USQ scholarships. In most cases, these close Friday 31 October 2014.

I'd like to apply for other Scholarships?

If you would like to see what other scholarships the University of Southern Queensland has to offer, visit the USQ Scholarships page.


​Young Achievers’ Program

The Young Achievers Program is about identifying students currently in year 10 who are going to be OP eligible and who are, at this stage, considering university study after year 12.  This includes students in the Academic Academy of course, who may be studying some Year 11 subjects this year.

The program is run by the University of Queensland in Brisbane and for selected students, there are many benefits including financial rewards whilst you are still at school.

To be eligible for the program you must meet the following criteria:

  • Australian citizen or a permanent humanitarian visa holder
  • Be OP eligible
  • Low financial status
  • School attendance of at least 85%
  • Supportive family environment

Please see the Guidance Officer (opposite the Student Counter in the Office) for more information.  There is a very short time line on application for this program.