Talent 100 Student Scholarships 2020/2021: Apply Now
Since 2016, Talent Scholars achieved an average ATAR of 99.65
What is the Talent 100 Scholarship Program?
The Talent 100 Scholarship Program is designed to provide opportunities to exceptional students to excel and provide leadership to our student base. Since 2016, our scholarship holders have achieved an average of 99.65, with a number of them returning after completing the HSC as Mentors and Tutors.
The scholarship will be valid for the tuition period starting in Term 4 (October 2020) until the end of Term 3 (September 2021).
There is no set quota for the number of scholarships that will be awarded as it depends on the quality of applications received.
Who can apply to be a Talent Scholar?
The 2020/2021 Talent Scholarships are now open to students currently in Year 10 and Year 11, including non-enrolled students at Talent 100 Education.
What are the Selection Criteria?
Each student must:
Exhibit outstanding academic credentials both in and outside of school
Be passionate about learning and personal growth
Show strong leadership skills with peers and the Talent community
Become an advocate for Talent’s mission and educational vision
What do you receive as a Talent 100 Scholar?
As a Talent 100 Academic Scholar, you will be the recipient of the following:
Full remission of 1 year tuition fees for up to 2 subjects
Mentoring with Academic Heads
Future Career Opportunities including a possible Mentor Job Interview
When do applications close?
Talent 100 Education applications close on August 2020. Make sure you have submitted your applications before this date!
How can I apply?
The 2020/2021 Academic Scholarship is an easy 3-step process. All students are expected to adhere to the following steps:
Applications are received via Google Form (Closing date: Friday 14th August 2020)
Selected candidates will be invited to sit a Scholarship Test for English and Mathematics during Week 5 of Term 3 (August 17th – 21st 2020)
Successful candidates will be invited to an interview during Week 7-8 of Term 3, 2020. Students must bring a portfolio of supporting documents (copies of two most recent school reports and certificates of achievements/awards)
Orientation in the last week of Term 3 (End of September)