Please note: An asterisk (*) next to the scholarship name indicates that financial disadvantage must be demonstrated during the application process.
The Outer Metropolitan Scholarship* (50%–70% fees)
The Outer Metropolitan Scholarship is awarded for general excellence and financial disadvantage to a student from outer metropolitan Melbourne and is designed to provide financial support to assist a first year student at Queen’s with their accommodation costs. The scholarship is open to undergraduate students enrolled at the University of Melbourne or RMIT University. The tenure of the scholarship is for one year. Tenure may be extended if the student is continuing at Queen’s. The Outer Metropolitan Scholarship is supported by Wyverns Fleur Maidment and Daniel Moorfield.
Kate Eyles Scholarships* (50% fees)
Two half-fee scholarships for financially challenged students, with preference shown to students from regional Victoria. The scholarship is in memory of Kate Eyles, a Wyvern who came to Queen’s from Wodonga and resided at the College in 1992–93. On completing her degrees she embarked on a successful career in the law. She passed away in July 2013 after a brief illness. The scholarship is donated by her husband Dr Julian Gooi.
The Una Porter Scholarship* (50% fees)
One half-fee scholarship made available by the F. J. Cato Trust in memory of Dr. Una Porter, who was formerly the World President of the YWCA. They are for financially challenged students who show suitability for College life.
The McComb Hockey Scholarship* (50% fees)
A half-fee scholarship for a financially challenged student coming from a rural background. Preference will be given to a science or biomedicine student who aspires to the study of medicine or other health sciences. Dr Harold McComb attended Queen’s from 1945 to 1947 while studying medicine. He subsequently became a distinguished plastic surgeon in Perth. His wife Dr Athel Hockey was a non-resident medical student at Queen’s from 1944 to 1947. She also pursued a medical career in Western Australia, first as a paediatrician and later as head of the Genetics Department at the University of Western Australia.
The F. J. Cato Scholarship * (40% fees)
A scholarship made available from the F. J. Cato Trust bequeathed to the College by the great Methodist benefactor, who was the co-founder of the very successful grocery chain Moran & Cato, later absorbed into Coles. He was President of the Council from 1925 to 1934. The scholarship is for financially challenged students who show suitability for College life.
The Dr Cedric Vear Scholarship* (usually 33% fees)
A third-fee scholarship for a financially disadvantaged student living in Victoria or Southern New South Wales. Dr Cedric Vear studied medicine at the University of Melbourne and was a resident of Queen’s College from 1943 to 1947. For many years, he was a general practitioner in the Riverina town of Finley. In recent years three of his grandchildren have also been residents of the College.
The Lionel Phillips and Takahiro Chikashima Undergraduate Scholarship for Asian Studies (usually 20% fees)
The scholarship is donated by Mr Takahiro Chikashima in honour of Lionel Phillips (Arts, 1940), who spent much of his life in Japan working in the Australian diplomatic service. It is awarded to a second or third year undergraduate student whose degree contains a focus on one or more of the following areas: (a) Japanese, Chinese or Korean language, history or culture; (b) Australia’s relations with Japan, China or Korea; or (c) Business or legal studies focusing on Japan, China or Korea. Qualified applicants can apply in writing to the Master.
The Keith Macartney Arts Scholarship
Entrance scholarship for an arts student who shows academic promise, based on a bequest by Keith Macartney, who was taught English Language and Drama at the University of Melbourne from 1936 to 1967. It is awarded to a student or students with the highest ATAR entering an Arts degree.
The J ‘Sam’ Wood Engineering Scholarship*
For a rural student from anywhere in Australia, studying science/engineering at the University of Melbourne.
The Solomon Scholarship for Commerce
For an academically high-achieving student intending to study commerce at the University of Melbourne.
The Betty Terrell Scholarship for Women in Science
Usually awarded to women demonstrating good academics (ie an ATAR of 98.5 or above) intending to study science at the University of Melbourne. Betty Terrell was a Wyverna of the College.
The Founders’ Scholarship
A scholarship awarded to an academically high-achieving student (ie an ATAR, usually of over 99), usually from interstate, intending to study science at the University of Melbourne.
The Jack Clarke and Elaine Clarke Scholarship in Music
The Jack and Elaine Clarke Scholarship has been established to honour the memory of our former Vice-Master and his wife, and to perpetuate their commitment to the development of our young people and their love of music. It is offered either as a continuation or an entrance scholarship.
The JW Dunhill Biomedicine Scholarship
An academic entrance scholarship for a student of biomedicine, based on a legacy from Sir Thomas Dunhill, surgeon to the Queen, in honour of his brother who died in 1907, soon after leaving the College.
The AS Hemmy Science Scholarship
Academic entrance scholarship for a science student, based on a bequest from Prof. A. S. Hemmy, who resided at Queen’s in 1889-1893 and was later Professor of Physics in Lahore University in Pakistan.
The Alan D. Latham Commerce Scholarship
Academic entrance scholarship for a commerce student, based on a donation from Mr Graeme Latham, in honour of his father, who was a resident just prior to WW II, and served the Council from 1953 to 1993.
Queen’s Faculty Scholarships
These are awarded to students intended to study at The University of Melbourne in disciplines not covered by current benefaction, such as design. They may or may not be awarded each year.
Brown Regional scholars (10% fees)
The set of six regional scholarships are funded from the estate of Mr. E. L. Brown, a prominent Methodist who was the accountant of the firm of G. J. Coles for many years. They are granted for academic excellence and general suitability for College life.
- Brown SW Victoria (10% fees)
Entrance scholarship for students from SW Victoria (postcodes 3250 – 3390).
- Brown N-NW Victoria (10% fees)
Entrance scholarship for students from N-NW Victoria (postcodes 3444 – 3453, 3458 – 3461, 3462 – 3599).
- Brown NE-SE Victoria (10% fees)
Entrance scholarship for students from NE -SE Victoria (postcodes 3607 – 3810, 3811 – 3999).
- Brown Metropolitan (including Geelong) (10% fees)
For students from the Metropolitan area (including Geelong) in Victoria (postcodes 3000 – 3233).
- Brown Interstate (10% fees)
Entrance scholarship for Interstate students coming to reside at the College.
- Brown International (10% fees)
Entrance scholarship for Overseas students coming to reside at the College.
Master’s School Scholarship
Entrance scholarship for a student from a (usually rural) government school who shows academic promise and general suitability for College life.
Music/Chorister (10% fees)
The College offers two scholarships for students wishing to participate in the College Choir, or intending to study music.
A. J. Roberts ($2,500)
Entrance scholarship for a male student at the University of Melbourne, from Wesley College. Granted for academic promise and general suitability for College life, based on a generous gift from Miss Jean Roberts in memory of her nephew who was killed in World War II. (If no suitable candidate applies from the school the scholarship will be open to a male candidate from Mildura High School.)
E. J. Roberts ($2,500)
Entrance scholarship for a female student at the University of Melbourne, from Methodist Ladies’ College (MLC). Granted for academic promise and general suitability for College life, based on a generous gift from Miss Jean Roberts in memory of her father. (If no suitable candidate applies from the school the scholarship will be open to a female candidate from Mildura High School.)
E. J. Smart ($2,500)
Entrance scholarship for a male student at the University of Melbourne, from Geelong College. Granted for academic promise and general suitability for College life, based on a generous gift from Miss Jean Roberts in memory of her nephew who was killed in World War II. (If no suitable candidate applies from the school the scholarship will be open to a male candidate from Mildura High School.)
Residents who in their first year are Chancellor’s scholars of the University of Melbourne usually receive an entrance scholarship of 10%. It may or may not be combined with/replaced by a scholarship of a higher value.
The Ohman-Sutton Scholarship
This can be awarded either to a postgraduate student in veterinary science/other health sciences, or to an undergraduate entering science/veterinary science.
Crohn Non-Resident ($1,400)
For non-resident students.
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships (Bursaries)
Aboriginal and Torres Straits Islanders are encouraged to apply; all accepted applicants are eligible for funding under the cost share agreement run jointly with the University of Melbourne. This gives applicants a minimum of $5000 per annum (for ABSTUDY eligible students), and up to half fees (for ABSTUDY ineligible students).
Scholarship to the value of $1500 for an applicant who wishes to study the organ at Queen’s College. The successful applicant will receive a 30 minute lesson each week from the College organist. Preference will be given be given a first-year Bachelor of Music student at the University of Melbourne who is resident at Queen’s College, but other applicants, including those who are non-resident, are also welcome to apply. Further information can be obtained from the Director of the Choir, Mr John Weretka.