Scholarships and Grants
Deakin University has a proud history in broadening access to education and offers a vast range of access and equity scholarships and grants. In addition, the Faculty of Business and Law offers a number of merit-based scholarships specifically related to its undergraduate program.
A number of Alfred Deakin Scholarships in Law will be awarded to the highest scoring students admitted to the Bachelor of Laws. These scholarships provide up to $2800 per year for four years of an LLB or five years of a combined law course, subject to academic performance, and the support of an academic mentor from the Law School.
The Business Dean's Scholars Program is open to students of Commerce, Information Systems, Management, Property and Real Estate, Sport Management and Sport Development to recognise, reward and nurture high achieving students admitted to a business degree in the Faculty of Business and Law.
Student with the requisite GMAT/GRE score can receive a scholarship, offering a 20% reduction on course fees for the Master of Business Administration.
The Future Leaders Scholarships are offered as a tuition fee reduction based on an annual full-time enrolment of 8 credit points. High achieving international students can received up to $3,000 per year. More information on the Future Leaders Scholarships for international students
Deakin University is committed to providing educational opportunities for capable students who might not otherwise enjoy the benefits that flow from access to higher education. In support of this initiative the Faculty of Business and Law is offering grants to financially assist students commencing an undergraduate degree through our Faculty on the Melbourne Burwood Campus, the Geelong Waterfront Campus, Warrnambool Campus or cloud (online), previously known as off-campus.
The Faculty of Business and Law has a grant scheme to assist new students who apply to study a commerce or law degree on the Warrnambool Campus, and must relocate from their normal place of residence.
Students can now apply for the 'FIRST YEAR @ WLC' grants available to eligible Bachelor of Commerce students. These 2015 grants offer a one-off payment towards educational costs which includes:
- $150 bursary fee payment for each first-year Bachelor of Commerce unit undertaken at Werribee Learning Centre, to a maximum value of $1200
- and a $300 DUSA book voucher