How to Apply
More than 30% of Ormond students receive some form of financial assistance. For first year students, financial assistance includes scholarships and bursaries.
Financial assistance can be awarded based on a number of criteria, including academic excellence, personal background (i.e. Indigenous, rural), degree to be studied, or leadership potential. All scholarships & bursaries are means tested.
- Students can apply to Ormond for the Semester 1 or Semester 2 intake. The largest intake is in Semester 1 but there are often over 30 places available in Semester 2.
- Applications to Ormond always exceed the places available, however, this should not discourage students from applying. We do, however, always advise students to have some alternative accommodation options organised.
- The Colleges share an online application process via the Intercollegiate website. See the full details of Ormond’s application process.
The Selection Committee, made up of the Master and the Executive Team, carefully review each application and take into account many factors, such as the student interview, individual fit with Ormond, course, location (origin), school and family association. All applicants to Ormond College are offered an interview. This is an important element of the selection process and is conducted using a carefully developed standardised process, ensuring equity to every applicant.
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