Laptop grants - MacBook Pro

Applications are open   Local students   Current students

This grant entitles you to a MacBook Pro 15-inch or 13-inch laptop plus a laptop sleeve, valued at up to $2900. These grants are funded by the Australian Government’s Higher Education Participation and Partnership Program.


Courses eligible

Available to students studying any course at an undergraduate associate degree or UniLink level.


Eligibility / selection criteria

To be eligible you must meet all the following criteria:

  • a local student (Australian citizen/permanent resident/permanent humanitarian visa holder/New Zealand citizen);
  • enrolled in an undergraduate, associate degree course or UniLink course at Swinburne;
  • enrolled full time (exceptional circumstances for studying part-time will be considered);
  • demonstrate you are from a low socio-economic background (e.g. you or your parents are in receipt of or eligible for Centrelink payments);
  • experiencing significant financial hardship and struggling to meet basic living costs;
  • enrolled in a course in which the use of a Mac computer is a core requirement (e.g: design, film, television, multimedia, games and animation).

Previous recipients of this grant are ineligible to apply for it again.          

If you are a Swinburne Online or Open Universities Australia student, you can apply if you are on a Commonwealth Supported Place and meet the above criteria.


Value

$2900.

Multiple grants are available.


How to apply

Applicants must complete and submit an online application form and all supporting documentation by Sunday,18 March 2018.

Supporting documentation

  • A copy of your pay slips for the last month, to verify your income;
  • A copy of last month’s bank statements (1st January 2018 onwards) for all your bank accounts to verify your current savings;
  • A copy of your partner’s payslips for the last month to verify their income;
  • A copy of the most recent Centrelink payments received by either you or your spouse/partner and children to verify your receipt of Centrelink payments;
  • If you are under 22 years of age a copy of each parent or guardian’s recent Tax Assessment Notice ,or payslips for the last months and/or their Centrelink statements to verify their income;
  • If you have a  disability or medical condition or mental illness that impacts on your study documentation from the AccessAbility Service confirming that you are registered with them, or a letter from a relevant health professional outlining your condition.

Contact

Equity Project Officer
Student Equity
Students
equity@swinburne.edu.au