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Department of Education scholarships and grants available for 2021

 
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Applications are now open for the Department of Education’s 2021 scholarships and grants, including the Pearl Duncan teaching scholarships and Lambert McBride Perpetual Bursary. These scholarships and grants support the department’s commitment to providing the best teachers for all state schools while promoting teaching as a career path.

The scholarships and grants on offer include:

  • the Aspiring Teacher Grants which support high-achieving secondary graduates from 2020 commencing their studies to become a teacher in 2021
  • the Pearl Duncan Teaching Scholarships support Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people to gain an initial preservice teacher education qualification
  • for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, the Lambert McBride Perpetual Bursary provides a one-off grant to assist with tertiary expenses for study in any discipline and
  • all Queensland secondary schools are invited to nominate one of their high academic achievers who has demonstrated leadership excellence for TJ Ryan Memorial Medal Scholarships for 2020. This scholarship program is open for any tertiary study across Australian higher education institutions.

Online applications close Friday 11 December 2020. Further information is available from the Teach Queensland website.

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Last updated 02 November 2020