Do you need assistance with study costs? The Burnie City Council Education Bursary program will award $250 to a Burnie resident who is studying at our Burnie campus. Applicants must meet the below eligibility criteria:
- Live in the Burnie municipality
- Be enrolled at TasTAFE in 2019
- Undertaking a full-time or part-time qualification (short courses and skill sets excluded)
To apply, applicants must complete a personal statement, addressing the below selection criteria:
- A demonstrated commitment to study and academic excellence
- Evidence of leadership skills and/or a contribution to your community, and
- A need for financial assistance that will help address barriers to further education.
Apply now by completing the online application form.
Applications close 5pm Friday, 26 April 2019.
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