Financial Inclusion Action Plan
Swinburne was the first educational institution in Australia to participate in the Financial Inclusion Action Plan pilot program. The program is in partnership with Good Shepherd Microfinance, Ernst and Young, Centre for Social Impact New South Wales and the Department of Social Services.
The program aims to address financial exclusion by introducing initiatives that support students enduring financial hardship. It also assists them to build their financial capacity for the future.
The Financial Inclusion Action Plan can be downloaded as a PDF.
Support services for students
As part of the Financial Inclusion Action Plan, the following financial support services are available to eligible Swinburne students.
Donate to the Financial Inclusion Action Plan fund
At Swinburne, we believe education should be possible for all – despite circumstances. We couldn’t offer the range of scholarships, grants or programs without the continuous generosity from our donors. From annual gifts that make an immediate impact to endowed gifts that last for generations, all contributions serve as a catalyst for positive change.