Residential applications are currently closed for 2021. If you wish to be placed on our waitlist, please email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Write a letter (about 500 words) detailing why you could be a suitable Emmanuel resident
One copy of your passport, birth certificate, driver’s license or equivalent
A recent head and shoulders style photograph – this will remain on your records while you’re at College
Have the following documents (as applicable) ready:
You’ll be invited for an interview with a member of our Student Engagement Team
This can be conducted over Zoom or telephone, or in person at College
We want to make an Emmanuel College residency available to the most outstanding students, regardless of the financial means of their families, and to bring in students from diverse backgrounds around Australia and around the world.
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit. For your scholarship to continue from semester to semester, you need to maintain high academic achievement. Bursaries are awarded on the basis of need and sound academic achievement. If you’re seeking a bursary, you’ll need to provide evidence of financial hardship.
Most scholarships and bursaries are offered as a remission of College fees rather than as a cash payment.
You can apply for either a scholarship or a bursary or for consideration in both categories. You can apply for more than one scholarship at a time.
Existing Emmanuel College residents:
Submit your application form no later than 30 November 2020 for 2021.
Submit your scholarship/bursary application form after you submit your separate online application for residence.
You should submit your application form no later than 31 December 2020 for 2021.
AIEF-BHP Billiton Tertiary Scholarships — awarded to outstanding Indigenous students undertaking engineering and other mining-related degrees who aspire to work for BHP Billiton and become leaders in the business. Students living or planning to live at Emmanuel College can apply for a scholarship providing financial assistance for accommodation, living and education expenses; ongoing professional development; and career support. See scholarship criteria and application forms on the AIEF website.
University of Queensland Scholarships — See details on the UQ scholarships website.
The Associate Member Program offers key aspects of the College experience to students who, although they do not live at Emmanuel, want to be involved in the academic, networking, mentoring and social aspects of College life. Emmanuel has a diverse population with students and staff from all over Australia and the world. The program offers the following benefits: