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Up to $1000, based on your demonstrated need.
If you’re completing a work integrated learning (WIL) placement and experiencing financial hardship, you may be eligible for a bursary.
• Currently enrolled as a student • Struggling financially • Undertaking a work integrated learning (WIL) placement • Unable to meet the costs of placement. • You can’t apply if you’re a: • Single-unit study student – studying an individual unit at QUT, but not enrolled in a QUT course • Cross-institutional student – enrolled in a course at another university, but studying specific units at QUT and receiving credit towards your course at the other university • QUT International College (QUTIC) student – studying one of the pathway programs offered by our international college, including foundation courses, university diplomas and English language courses
• Bursary of $300, $500, $750 or $1000 based on your demonstrated need.
You’ll need to make an appointment with a Welfare Officer. They will assess your financial situation and determine your eligibility for a bursary. All appointments are confidential and free.