Scholarships and Bursaries
Acts2CoME offers a number of full scholarships each year to cover course fees for Certificate IV and Diploma ministry courses. Scholarships may be sought on either academic or hardship grounds. Book costs are not covered. Further details can be found on this page
Acts2CoME provides scholarships to assist and encourage students who show a desire to grow in faith and a commitment to Christian service or ministry. Encouragement is given to meritorious students via the Academic scholarship. The Financial Hardship scholarship is considered for students whose opportunities may be limited because of financial need.
To be eligible for consideration, students must:
1. Be Australian citizens or permanent residents
2. Meet eligibility criteria for studying at Acts2CoME
3. Demonstrate a commitment to Christian Service or Ministry; or a desire to grow in their Christian faith or Ministry
4. Enrol for full-time study
5. Produce documents supporting their application type:
Academic scholarship – records of academic merit from School or Tertiary institution
Financial need scholarship – documentary proof of financial hardship including receipt of government assistance e.g. HCC or ATO assessment.
Book and other fees are not included.
Acts2CoME offer Scholarships to students who display merit in the following categories:
⧠ Academic Scholarship – Applicants who display academic merit from previous study
⧠ Leadership Scholarship – Applicants who display leadership potential
⧠ Ministry Scholarship
and financial aid via Bursaries:
⧠ Bursary (full fee)
⧠ Bursary – part assistance
Bursaries are considered on a case by case basis for students whose opportunities may be limited because of financial need. Applicants can apply for one year of fee assistance in the case of ongoing financial hardship, or a one off payment to assist in the case of short term financial aid.
Scholarships are subject to change and the details including application closing dates will be listed each year on the College website. Please read the conditions that are part of this application, and collate all documentation before submitting to the Principal