Tàlantach Scholarships

Adjective · talented · gifted [Scottish Gaelic]


Scholarships for Years 3–7 entering 2021

Taken from the Scottish Gaelic for gifted and talented, our Tàlantach Scholarships are key to the College's commitment to providing lifelong opportunities to academically capable boys from all backgrounds.

Covering up to 95% of school fees for the successful applicants, the Tàlantach Scholarships enable students with high academic potential to excel and equips them with the benefits of a world-class independent education.

This substantial scholarship recognises the founding values of our College and the desire to promote academic excellence and diversity.

The successful recipients will demonstrate:

  • Academic achievement or potential
  • Strong character and work ethic
  • Passion and drive to succeed

Who is Eligible?

External students entering Years 3–7 in 2021 are eligible to apply. Please note this scholarship is only available to students currently not enrolled at the College. All applicants must provide proof of Australian citizenship.

Multiple scholarships are available in each year level. All successful Tàlantach recipients and their families will be means tested annually to determine the percentage of tuition fees to be paid. Dependent on each family's financial situation, the scholarship will cover between 5–95% of tuition fees.

Scotch College is proud to offer these unique Tàlantach Scholarships thanks to the generosity of our donor community.

The Tàlantach Scholarships are only available for entry in 2021 unless further funding becomes available.

Academic testing will take place on Saturday 3 October 2020 at Scotch College.

Applications closed on Friday 18 September 2020.

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