Financial Support and Scholarships

What financial support is available?

Financial support opportunities that are available upon commencement in session 2 include:

  • coverage of your accommodation and meals for the session that equates to $1600
  • NSWPF uniform provision
  • NSWPF personal training (PT) shirt

What other financial support is available?

See our Financial Support Calculator to determine if you may be eligible for one of our scholarships.

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About our scholarships

Students who accept an offer into the Associate Degree in Policing Practice (ADPP) at Charles Sturt University will be invited to apply for a tax-exempt Policing Scholarship once they commence their studies. Invitations for full-time students will be sent out during the first week of Session 1. Part time students will be invited to apply shortly before commencing Session 2 on campus.

Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need. If a student fails to continue to satisfy the professional or financial criteria, the scholarship may be withdrawn. Scholarship payments usually commence after week three of Session 2.

Available scholarships

TYPEVALUEAVAILABILITY / COMMENT
Higher Value $9,500 Scholarships are only available for ADPP students during Session 2. Eligibility is dependent upon applicants providing supporting evidence confirming financial need and satisfactorily meeting the eligibility criteria
Intermediate  $6,000 Scholarships are only available for ADPP students during Session 2. Eligibility is dependent upon applicants providing supporting evidence confirming financial need and satisfactorily meeting the eligibility criteria
Basic $3,000 Scholarships are only available for ADPP students during Session 2. Eligibility is dependent upon applicants providing supporting evidence confirming financial need and satisfactorily meeting the eligibility criteria

If successful, scholarship payments usually commence after week three of Session 2.

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