For school students
Premier's Anzac Prize recognises and rewards exceptional understanding and expression of the Anzac tradition by Queensland high school students.
Creative Generation Excellence Awards in the Arts recognise and celebrate talented students in instrumental music and visual art.
The Peter Doherty Awards for Excellence in Science and Science Education recognise and reward students, teachers, schools and organisations demonstrating outstanding and innovative contributions to science and science education in Queensland.
StuditaliA Prize recognises and rewards the achievements of Year 12 students of Italian.
Shanghai International Sister Cities Youth Camp offers the opportunity for 5 students in Year 11 and 1 teacher chaperone to attend the annual Shanghai International Sister Cities Youth Camp.
The Quebec Global Student Program recognises and rewards the achievements of French-speaking students in Years 9–11, who are highly engaged in sporting activities.
Future Teacher Bursary supports secondary school students who begin studying towards their teaching qualification while still at school.
For Year 12 graduates
TJ Ryan Memorial Medals and Scholarships are awarded each year to support exemplary Queensland students who demonstrate outstanding leadership in their school and the broader community, as well as academic excellence through their achievements in Year 12.
Aspiring Teacher Grants provide a one-off cash incentive to high-achieving Year 12 school leavers who are starting their teaching career and undertaking an initial teacher education program at a Queensland higher education institution.
For university students
Beyond the Range—Professional Experience Grants support preservice teachers in undertaking a professional experience placement in a Queensland state school located in a priority region.
For Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
Lambert McBride Perpetual Bursary provides the opportunity for 1 Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander tertiary student to continue Mr McBride's legacy through their personal commitment and contribution within their local community.
Pearl Duncan Teaching Scholarships assist aspiring teachers who identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander to complete an initial preservice teacher education program and make a difference in education.
For teachers/school leaders
Cooper-Hewitt Fellowship provides an opportunity for a registered Queensland school teacher to undertake design education in New York at the Cooper-Hewitt National Design Museum, a Smithsonian Institution facility.
Peter Doherty Awards for Excellence in Science and Science Education recognise and reward students, teachers, schools and organisations demonstrating outstanding and innovative contributions to science and science education in Queensland.
Other useful links
Scholarships and awards are also available from other sources including universities and other state and national providers. Some links are provided below or through the department's
Learning Place website.
Higher Education website links to information about university scholarships, programs and courses, fees and loans, careers and guidance, graduate employment, other Australian universities and admission centres and vocational education and training.
An extensive range of international and domestic scholarships offerings is maintained in the
Australian Career Information Register: Scholarships. Visit this free site to register your interest.
Australian Institute for Teaching and School Leadership Limited (AITSL) recognises teachers and school leaders for their expert knowledge, exemplary skills and inspirational commitment to meet the needs of young Australians annually.
Queensland Government Scholarships and Awards