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ANU has a range of scholarships, a few are specific to colleges and a few are university wide. It is advisable to apply the filters in the following weblink to check if any scholarships are relevant to you. It is important to note the date of applications as well.

ANUSA student assistance team can help you in reviewing the applications for scholarships and provide feedback. They can be contacted at
There are a few other scholarships available for ANU students:

ANU Emergency Accommodation Bursary

The Emergency Accommodation Bursary is designed to assist students who are currently enrolled at the ANU as an award-status student, and are experiencing unexpected financial difficulty in meeting their accommodation costs. Assistance is not ongoing and the bursary is not designed for pre-arrival costs or as a method of income. Funds are granted subject to eligibility. Applications are assessed and awarded at the discretion of the Bursary Review Committee. The Committee will determine the amount of any bursary granted from an assessment of the student’s need and the availability of funds. The Emergency Accommodation Bursary can provide up to 52 weeks of financial support over the course of your current level of study at the ANU. This bursary is administered by the ANU Residential Experience Division. The bursary rate as of March 2024 is $180/week.

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Student Urgent Relief Bursary (SURF)

The Student Urgent Relief Bursary (SURF) provides support to ANU students experiencing financial hardship who require immediate financial assistance. Students may apply for more than one expense; however, the maximum total amount disbursed may not exceed $2,000 AUD per calendar year. This bursary is administered by the ANU Coursework Scholarship Office.

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ANU Tax Clinic

Providing free and confidential tax assistance to taxpayers without a tax agent. The ANU Tax Clinic assists taxpayers in understanding their tax affairs and meeting their tax obligations. The friendly, student-led clinic provides clients with information and guidance under the supervision of experienced tax practitioners.

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