Bursaries

One of the College’s strategic goals is to ensure equitable access to the College experience for all women regardless of their background. 

Below is a summary of the bursaries, and their criteria, which are available to Women's College residents. 

Bursaries range from $3,000 to $8,000 per academic year. They provide financial support ranging from one to three years and are provided to recipients as a discount to their fees.

If you are applying for residency at Women's College and are in financial need, you should:

1. Follow the usual process to submit an application to reside at the College Click here to submit an application

2. Write a letter, addressed to the Head of College, indicating that you wish to be considered for a bursary due to financial need and/or other hardship. In your letter you should provide details surrounding the circumstances which put you in this             position. Please send your letter electronically to the College via email admin@womens.uq.edu.au


Adjunct Professor Iyla Davies Bursary preference will be given to a student from rural or regional Queensland who is in financial need with respect to meeting accommodation expenses
Brazil Family Bursary  preference will be given to a student from rural or regional Queensland who is in financial need with respect to meeting accommodation expenses
Brisbane Women’s Club Trust is able to demonstrate genuine financial need and/or other hardship and had demonstrated academic excellence
Jill Fittock Harrison Bursary preference will be given to a student from rural or regional Queensland who is in financial need with respect to meeting accommodation expenses
Margaret Madeline Bird Bursary awarded to a Year 12 student wishing to attend the University of Queensland 
Stan & Maureen Duke Foundation Bursary preference will be given to a student from rural or regional Queensland who is in financial need with respect to meeting accommodation expenses
UQ Young Achievers Program Women’s College Accommodation Scholarship provide accommodation for a scholarship student within the UQ Young Achievers Graduate Program.