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Scholarships & Bursaries

Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School offers a number of Scholarships and Bursaries each year to open up a world of opportunities for young women who demonstrate great potential to benefit from the personalised, holistic education IGGS provides.

Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School’s Scholarship Program offers a number of scholarships that are designed to reward and encourage students who continually strive for academic achievement and who maintain an active involvement in the Arts, community service and sport. The School believes that students who engage in all aspects of an all-round education will have every opportunity to develop into confident, well-educated young women.

IGGS Scholarships – Currently Accepting Applications

Indigenous Scholarships 

Open to young Indigenous women who demonstrate either academic, sporting ability, or leadership potential. Awarded to students entering Years 7 to 12. To be eligible, students must meet a selection of mandatory criteria and two pathway criteria.

Information, conditions and how to apply for an Indigenous Scholarship. 

 

Rural Scholarships

Open to young women from regional Australia who demonstrate either academic, sporting ability, or leadership potential. Awarded to students entering Years 7 to 12. To be eligible, students must meet a selection of mandatory criteria and two pathway criteria.

Information, conditions and how to apply for a Rural Scholarship.

 

If you require further assistance or information regarding scholarships, please contact the Director of Enrolments and Community Relations on 07 3454 4456 or via email: scholarships@girlsgrammar.com.au. You can also view our Frequently Asked Questions and Scholarship Policy.

IGGS Scholarships – Open December 2019

Information and selection criteria 

Trustees Scholarships

Reward and recognise students entering Years 7 to 12 for outstanding all-round involvement in school life through up to 50% tuition remission. This scholarship is open to NEW students only, not currently attending Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School.

Information and selection criteria for Trustee Scholarship candidates.

 

Academic Scholarships 

Reward and recognise new and current students entering Years 7 to 12 for academic excellence through up to 50% tuition remission. Students are required to sit the Scholarship Examination at the School. Remote and interstate candidates may be able to make arrangements to sit the examination remotely under strict supervision.

Information and selection criteria for Academic Scholarship candidates.

 

Special Ability Scholarships 

Reward and recognise students entering Years 7 to 12 who excel in Performing Arts or Sport. Represents up to 50% tuition remission.

Information and selection criteria for Special Ability – Sports candidates

Information and selection criteria for Special Ability – Performing Arts candidates

 

School Captain Scholarships

Offered to students who are completing Year 6 in 2019 and are current School Captains of their Primary or Junior School and can demonstrate broad involvement across school life. Represents up to 25% tuition remission.

Information and selection criteria for School Captain Scholarship candidates

 

Defence Force Family Scholarships

Awarded to new students entering Years 7 to 12 who are members of serving Defence Force families in recognition of the significant contribution and sacrifices the families make whilst serving our nation. Represents up to 25% tuition remission.

Information and selection criteria for Defence Force Family Scholarship candidates

 

If you require further assistance or information regarding scholarships, please contact the Director of Enrolments and Community Relations on 07 3454 4456 or via email: scholarships@girlsgrammar.com.au. You can also view our Frequently Asked Questions and Scholarship Policy.

 

 

AIEF Scholarship

Ipswich Girls’ Grammar School (IGGS) is an Educational Partner of the AIEF and offers a limited number of scholarships under the AIEF Scholarship Program, which enables Indigenous students in financial need to attend leading Australian schools and universities.

The program is founded on the belief that students will have the greatest chance of succeeding at school if the decision to enrol is one made by the family and the student in conjunction with the School.

To express your interest in the 2021 and beyond AIEF Scholarship application round, please email your details, including your daughter’s name and current Year level to scholarships@girlsgrammar.com.au.

 

 

Bursaries 

IGGS offers both tuition and boarding bursaries to provide support to families who may require hardship/emergency assistance with school fees on a short-term basis, or whose circumstances fundamentally alter. To view our Bursary information please click here. For more assistance regarding Bursaries please contact: Mrs Lynette Hill PA to the Chief Financial Officer Email: lhill@girlsgrammar.com.au

 

Kerner Doig Bursaries 

This Bursary is awarded in honour of the Kerner Doig families, who have been valued members of the School’s community since 1928. The Kerner Doig families believed in high quality education for their daughters and that a good education prepares girls to achieve their dreams and enables them to make positive differences to their world. The Bursary is valued at 50% of the cost of the annual tuition fees (only) for Years 11 and 12. For more information and to apply, please click here.