Scholarship details

Study levels

Undergraduate

Student type

Future students

Study area

Creative practice and communication and design

Eligibility criteria

Indigenous Australian, Academic performance, Struggling financially, From regional and rural or remote areas

Citizenship

Australian or New Zealand

Application dates

Applications close
28 February 2022

What you'll receive

A $5,000 stipend to support your transition to university to be used towards relocation, accommodation or education expenses.

Eligibility

  • commencing a Bachelor of Fine Arts - Acting or Drama
  • from a regional, rural or remote location
  • require support to undertake further study.

How to apply

Please submit the following documents:

  • your CV (including portfolio work if available)
  • brief proposal (1-2 pages) outlining your achievements and reason for undertaking study in Acting or Drama
    • include an applicable statement of equity disadvantage or hardship in further study.  QUT Equity applications can be utilised if available.

Application form for the Dalwood-Wylie Foundation scholarship (DOCX file, 32.0 KB)

What happens next?

A selection panel will assess all applications and you will be notified of the outcome.  Where required, the panel may interview shortlisted applicants.

Conditions

Scholarship recipients must adhere to the terms and conditions as outlined.

Terms and conditions for The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation Scholarship (PDF file; 194.4 KB)

About the scholarship

The Dalwood-Wylie Foundation is passionate about increasing access for regional, rural and remote students to commence university studies in acting or drama in a supportive and inclusive environment.

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