Full-Time Study Scholarship

Receive tuition support for full-time study in either the Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) or Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine).

Scholarship FAQs

What does the scholarship provide?

Scholarship recipients will receive tuition support* for the duration of their studies. (*This equates to four credit points worth of study each semester). This could represent a 25% reduction on the cost to a completed qualification.

Who can apply for the scholarship?

The scholarship is open to new commencing enrolments direct into Naturopathy and Nutrition Bachelor qualifications only. Returning students graduating from Diploma of Health Science and upgrading are also eligible. All students must be studying full time*. (Full time study for scholarship students is defined as 100% study load with no more than one month between intakes).

What course can I study with the scholarship?

This scholarship is available for the Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) or Bachelor of Health Science (Nutrition and Dietetic Medicine) only and must be studied in a full time capacity.

When can I start studying?

You can commence your study in any full-time intake upon confirmation of enrolment. You can start this year or next year.

How do I apply for the scholarship?

Complete an application form at apply.endeavour.edu.au. You will have the option of selecting the scholarship during the application process and an Admissions Adviser will discuss the opportunity at your enrolment interview.

Scholarship eligibility

To be eligible for a Full-Time Study Scholarship you must:

  • Meet the entry requirements of the course.
  • Be an Australian citizen, Permanent resident, or New Zealand citizen.
  • Be commencing full-time study into the Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) or Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine).
  • Be commencing from October 2021 onwards.

Terms and conditions of scholarship

  • For new commencing enrolments direct into the Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) or Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine).
  • Returning students graduating from Diploma of Health Science and upgrading are eligible.
  • Must be studying full time (*Full-time study for scholarship students is defined as 100% study load with no more than one month between intakes).
  • Scholarship represents four credit points worth of study funded by the scholarship each semester for the duration of the course.
  • New commencing students from October 2021 onwards are eligible.
  • Upgrading Diploma of Health Science students moving into Naturopathy or Nutrition degrees full time are eligible.
  • Current students moving between the Bachelor of Health Science (Naturopathy) or Bachelor of Health Science (Nutritional and Dietetic Medicine) or reverse are not eligible.
  • Students that have withdrawn from Endeavour and have not studied for a period of 12 months may be eligible (on a case by case basis).
  • Pathway students (5 subjects or less granted) may be eligible if they can meet and maintain a full-time study load. If the study load drops due to credit pathway the scholarship will finish.
  • Pathway students with external pathway credits of 6 or more subjects will not be eligible for the scholarship due to course progression requirements.
  • Recipients must maintain a pass grade.
  • Scholarship is applied to the tuition fee only and on the first attempt subject only. If a student is unsuccessful, full fees are charged on retake subjects.
  • Scholarship terms must be agreed to in the Letter of Offer.
  • Scholarship finishes if a student drops to part-time load.
  • Scholarship can only be awarded once ie: if the recipient moves to part-time study the scholarship concludes.
  • Students may only take a 6-month deferral to remain eligible for scholarship upon return.
  • Scholarships are reviewed annually.
  • Endeavour College of Natural Health reserves the right to withdraw eligibility and access to the scholarship if warranted due to breaches of any Code or Policy whilst enrolled at the College or for any other reason at the College's sole discretion.