Fees and Scholarships
Our fees offer you outstanding value for money and are all-inclusive. We also offer a range of scholarships and bursaries if you need additional financial help.
Living at College is more than just renting a room and St Catherine's offers outstanding value for money. Our priority is for you to be successful and to be part of a fantastic community. The whole experience at College is something which will set you apart from students who live independently.
We offer the most generous scholarship program on College Row
We want you to join us because you are the best, but you may need some help to get here. St Catherine's College offers the most scholarships of high value than any other college at UWA. Scholarships vary in size and criteria and provide a substantial discount on fees. Read more on our Scholarship criteria at the links below:
NOTE: To apply for a College Scholarship you must have applied and been offered a place at St Catherine’s.
Applications for 2019 have closed! Please contact the Deputy Head of College if you have any enquiries regarding a scholarship offer through UWA.
All St Catherine's Scholarships are available to metropolitan and regional students
GradReady GAMSAT ScholarshipGradReady are offering one St Catherine’s resident wishing to study Medicine, the opportunity to undertake the GAMSAT® Preperation Course free of charge upon successful application. Follow the steps here
GradReady is an education technology company aimed at making learning more effective and engaging. GradReady has helped over 6000 students prepare for the GAMSAT® exam since 2010. Their students have improved by an average of 24 percentile points and 90%+ have achieved medical school admissions.
Note: We make it easy for you! You only have to apply once and because criteria exist for most scholarships,you will be matched with the scholarship for which you are most eligible.
St Catherine's will match any scholarship offered by another college if the student would rather join St Catherine's, but could not afford the fees without scholarship support (proof of offer from another college would be required and the student cannot have already accepted a place at another college).