Kangan institute scholarships

Kangan Institute Scholarships: Funding and Application

Students of Kangan Institute who may be experiencing financial difficulty, and as a result, find it hard to pursue their chosen career path, can find relief in the Kangan Institute Scholarships. These scholarships are mostly tuition exemptions which may be full or partial. For most of the Kangan Institute Scholarships, there is no specified number of recipients. However, each scholarship is considered on a case-to-case basis which means that although there are eligibility criteria, candidates’ circumstances can determine the outcome of their application. What is most important, however, is that by endowing scholarships on the basis of financial need, Kangan Institute emphasizes the second line in its motto – Bound to succeed. The institute believes that when students are given an enabling environment devoid of worry and financial constraints, they will indeed succeed. 

Who sponsors Kangan Institute Scholarships?

Kangan Institute Sponsorships are numerous. While the institute remains the major sponsor, there are indigenous and foreign organizations that partner with Kangan Institute to award scholarships to international students from specific countries, or other types of beneficiaries. For example, the SSI Allianz Scholarships are jointly sponsored by Settlement Services International (SSI), and Allianz, with support from Kangan Institute. 

About Kangan Institute

When Kangan Institute was first established in 1986, its history could be traced to 1925 when it was Richmond Technical School. Later, it became known as the Broadmeadows College of TAFE, and eventually, the institution acquired more campuses and formed mergers. In 1995, the school was renamed the Kangan Institute of TAFE (Technical and Further Education), and this was to honor Myer Kangan – the founder of the TAFE system in Australia. Today, the Kangan Institute has five campuses namely Broadmeadows, Essendon, a health campus at Moonee Ponds, a creative industries campus in Richmond, and the Automotive Centre of Excellence in Docklands. 

Kangan Institute is at 1 Batmans Hill Dr, Docklands VIC 3008, Australia. 

Types of Kangan Institute Scholarships

Kangan Institute Scholarships focus more on meeting students’ financial needs than awarding students on the basis of academic excellence. As a result, the institute encourages students who have one disability or another, to apply for its numerous scholarships. It is not unusual to discover that Kangan Institute Scholarships give priority to students with disabilities. 

Kangan Institute Education Support Scholarships 

This Kangan Institute Scholarship is for local students who find it difficult to pay their fees and study the program of their choice. As a result of this, they may have to go for less expensive programs that they have no passion for. The Education Support Scholarships include both tuition and non-tuition costs. However, the scholarship does not help with books or computer equipment. The value of the scholarship depends on the program the beneficiary is registering for. In other words, the value of the scholarship for one person may not be the same for another student. The scholarship runs through the duration of the beneficiary’s stay in the school. 

Kangan Institute International Automotive Scholarship

Automotive is one of the departments that Kangan is popular for. Automotive courses are hands-on training for students who are interested in learning about automobiles. Students who are interested in studying automotive at Kangan, have the opportunity of benefitting from the special International Automotive Scholarship.

Each scholarship is valued at $8,400.

Pathway to Victoria Scholarship

International students who are fresh undergraduates at the Kangan Institute can benefit from the Pathway to Victoria Scholarship. This scholarship type is sponsored by the Victorian Government through Study Melbourne and is channeled toward tuition fees. 

The scholarship is available for the following courses:

  • ELICOS packaged with a VET program
  • Certificate IV in Accounting plus Diploma of Accounting
  • Diploma of Fashion Design and Merchandising plus Advanced Diploma of Fashion Design and Merchandising
  • Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology plus Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis plus Diploma of Automotive Technology

Each scholarship is valued at $2,500 and will be deducted directly from tuition fees.

Kangan Institute Access Scholarship

This Kangan Institute Scholarship is available to both international and domestic students who are experiencing financial difficulty and may be unable to complete their education without assistance. The Access Scholarship is meant for any program at the institute. 

Domestic Students: up to $500 per scholarship

International Students: up to $1,000 per scholarship

Hume Multiversity Scholarship

Hume City Council is in Victoria, Australia. Kangan Institute collaborates with Hume City to award scholarships to 10 residents of Hume. The Hume Multiversity Scholarship is available to new and existing students. 

Beneficiaries receive $1,500 once classes start, and the second payment of $1,000 will be made after 3 months, or at the completion of the course.

SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarship

The SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarships offer support to people from refugee backgrounds who experience financial barriers as a result of their situation. The scholarships target students with refugee backgrounds in New South Wales (NSW), Victoria (VIC), and Queensland (QLD). 

However, only one member in each eligible household will receive the scholarship in a year. The scholarship gives top priority to eligible students who are physically challenged.


Scholarship Benefits

Kangan Institute Scholarships are varied, and each scholarship endows a different amount. Here’s a list of scholarships and their value.

  • Education Support Scholarship – Part or full payment of course fees
  • SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarship – Not specified
  • Hume Multiversity Scholarship – 2,500
  • Access Scholarship – Domestic Students (500) International Students (1,000)
  • International Automotive Scholarship – 8,400
  • Pathway to Victoria Scholarship – 2,500

How many students receive the Kangan Institute Scholarships?

The number of students who receive Kangan Institute Scholarships is not specified except for the SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarship which awards 10 residents of Hume. 

Applicable Courses


Kangan Institute Scholarships apply to all programs, except for the Pathway to Victoria Scholarship which specifically applies to the following courses:

  • English Language Intensive Courses for Overseas Students (ELICOS) packaged with a VET program
  • Certificate IV in Accounting plus Diploma of Accounting
  • Diploma of Fashion Design and Merchandising plus Advanced Diploma of Fashion Design and Merchandising
  • Certificate III in Light Vehicle Mechanical Technology plus Certificate IV in Automotive Mechanical Diagnosis plus Diploma of Automotive Technology

Eligibility Criteria

The eligibility criteria for Kangan Institute Scholarships vary from one scholarship type to another. Here’s a list of criteria for scholarship awards at Kangan Institute.

For Education Support Scholarship

1. Must be admitted to study a course at Kangan Institute

2. Candidates must be Australian citizens or permanent residents

3. Must provide evidence of a disability

  • Financial disability – payslips, bank statements, or other
  • Physical disability – doctor’s report or a medical record
  • Inability to continue with their studies as a result of family responsibilities
For Pathway to Victoria Scholarship
  • Must be new students with an offer letter for any of the courses that are eligible for the Pathway to Victoria Scholarship
  • Must have a valid study visa 
  • Must have valid Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) in the principal course
Kangan Institute Access Scholarship

a. For Domestic Students:

  • Must provide evidence of Australian citizenship or permanent residency
  • Must provide evidence of disability, same as Education Support Scholarship (No. 3)
  • Must be currently enrolled at Kangan Institute and must have outstanding fees to pay

b. For International Students:

  • Must hold the relevant visa (student visa, graduate visa, spouse visa e.t.c)
  • Same as in domestic students above
Hume Multiversity Scholarship
  • Must be a Hume Resident
  • Must be an Australian citizen, permanent resident, New Zealand citizen, holder of a Permanent Humanitarian Visa, or holder of a Temporary Protection Visa.
  • Hold a certificate level III or below, or no tertiary qualification, or are advancing into a higher level qualification, e.g. Certificate IV to a diploma.
  • Must be accepted into a course of study with Kangan Institute. Part-Time study of at least 0.5 study load will be acceptable.
  • An entrance student. Existing students will only be eligible if they are advancing from a lower level qualification to a higher level qualification.
SSI Allianz Refugee Scholarship
  • Must be from a refugee or asylum seeker background on the listed visa numbers: 117, 200, 201, 202, 203, 204, 449, 786, 790, 842, or 866. Applicants on bridging, Safe Haven Enterprise Visa (SHEV 790), or Temporary Protection Visa (TPV 785) are also eligible to apply if their visa obligations permit.
  • Have been living in Australia for five years or less (except for eligible bridging, SHEV790, and TPV785 visa holders who have no in-country time limit).
  • Reside and study in NSW, QLD, or VIC.
  • Not have previously received an SSI Allianz scholarship.

Fees & Funding

What type of programs is eligible for scholarships at Kangan Institute?

All programs are eligible for scholarships at the institute. The school conducts certificate courses, diplomas, and advanced diplomas, with pathways to university degrees.

Are international students eligible for Kangan Institute Scholarships?

Yes, international students are eligible for some of Kangan institute’s scholarships. They are Pathway to Victoria Scholarship, and Access Scholarships among others


Application Procedure

Applicants must complete an online application and submit all supporting documents before the resumption of classes. Note that incomplete applications will be sent back. Additionally, students under the age of 18, must obtain a consent form from either parents or a guardian, before submission. This form must be attached to your application and submitted alongside.

International students should submit to: [email protected]

Domestic students: [email protected]

For more information contact

Student Welfare Officer – 03 9279 2511 or [email protected]