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The Northern Territory (NT) is committed to supporting its educators with career and professional learning opportunities.

Teacher scholarship: Supporting NT students with additional needs

  • Scholarships for the Graduate Certificate in Education (Special Education) are open to teachers employed in NT government and non-government schools.
  • Teachers must have at least two years teaching experience to apply.
  • Scholarship recipients undertake the course online while working full-time at their school.
  • Credit from this graduate certificate course can be used towards a relevant Master’s degree.

Email the Workforce Programs team to learn more.

Aboriginal Teacher Education Scholarships

Scholarship applications for 2019 are now OPEN.

Applications will CLOSE Friday 1 February 2019.

The Aboriginal Teacher Education Scholarship is for Aboriginal students studying a Bachelor of Education or a Masters of Teaching at Charles Darwin University.

Eligibility Criteria

  • Remain a resident of the NT for the period of the scholarship
  • Identify as Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander
  • Intend to undertake, or currently undertaking full-time or part-time undergraduate or postgraduate studies which will qualify the student to be registered as a teacher.

You will receive:

  • Up to $15,000 each year for up to four years to complete a Bachelor of Education
  • Up to $15,000 each year for up to two years to complete a Master of Teaching.

ATES 2019 Application Form 

ATES 2019 Terms and Conditions

ATES Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

Email the Aboriginal Scholarships team to learn more or register your interest.

Workplace Integrated Learning Scholarships (WILS)

Would you like to earn money and get work experience while you study? WILS is for students living in the NT and enrolled full-time at Charles Darwin University.

Who can apply?

  • Students enrolled in a Bachelor of Business, Education, Social Science, Information Technology or Indigenous Studies
  • Australian and New Zealand citizens
  • Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa holders.

You will receive:

  • Payment of $2,500 per semester for up to six semesters
  • Paid work at the Department of Education throughout the year.

Email the Workforce Capability team or visit the Charles Darwin University scholarships site to learn more.

Early Childhood Teaching Scholarship

The Early Childhood Teaching scholarship is for Charles Darwin University students living in the NT and enrolled in a teaching degree in early childhood.

Who can apply?

  • Australian and New Zealand citizens
  • Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa holders.

You will receive:

  • Payment of $3,750 each semester for full-time study, up to four semesters
  • Payment of $1,875 each semester for part-time study, up to eight semesters.

Email the Workforce Programs team or visit the Charles Darwin University scholarships site to learn more.

 

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