In 2017, Trinity College will be granting 30 50% tuition fee remissions. The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic merit and allocated on a competitive basis subject to intake and region.
To be eligible, prospective students need to have excellent high school results, not be a permanent resident of Australia, and have lodged a Trinity College Foundation Studies Application Form.
There are four selection rounds with a designated number of scholarships for each round:
- November 2016 for the January to March 2017 intakes
- May 2017 for the July 2017 intakes
- June 2017 for the August 2017 intakes
- August 2017 for the October 2017 intake
Successful candidates will be notified via email within two weeks of the selection round being held.
For further information, please contact our authorised overseas representatives
The College also awards four merit-based scholarships each year, one each for the February Main, July Fast Track, August Main, and October Fast Track programs. These scholarships are awarded to the student with the best academic performance as measured by Semester One academic results.
Graduates entering the University of Melbourne
Trinity College Foundation Studies students have regularly been among the recipients of scholarship to the University of Melbourne including the University's International Undergraduate Fee Remission Scholarships, which cover full or partial tuition fees for the normal duration of an undergraduate course.
Alan Patterson International Scholarship
Established in memory of Mr Alan Patterson, a former Director of Trinity College Foundation Studies, this scholarship is awarded to a graduate of Trinity College Foundation Studies who, in going on to undergraduate study at the University of Melbourne, will do so as a resident student. In the absence of a suitable graduate of Trinity College Foundation Studies, the scholarship may be offered to another international student coming into, or already in, residence at Trinity College
Trinity International Scholarships
Up to five partial residential scholarships are available for outstanding students of the Trinity College Foundation Studies program who are moving into residence at Trinity as undergraduates at the University of Melbourne. Scholarships are awarded primarily on academic merit.