Supporting our students
By giving to the Scholarship and Bursary program, you enable the school to support the boldest and brightest young women from a variety of cultures and socio-economic backgrounds.
The Study’s socio-economic and cultural diversity amongst its students is a fundamental element of the school’s identity. We recognize that the most outstanding young minds and great spirits deserve the chance to participate in all of the wonderful opportunities that they are given, despite their families’ financial circumstances. It remains our belief that if we want young women to grow, and to be effective in our world, they need to know the world.
The Study offers need-based scholarships and merit-based bursaries aimed at making a Study education as accessible and affordable as possible. Both programmes are considered grants which are applied to tuition fees, and are not loans.
By giving to the Scholarship and Bursary program, you enable the school to support the boldest and brightest young women from a variety of cultures and socio-economic backgrounds. The experience of learning in a diverse environment strengthens your daughter’s natural curiosity, and when nourished, leads to creative thinking, problem solving and personal development.
Need-based Bursaries: At The Study, the decision to award a bursary is based on a family's demonstrated financial need, as determined by an independent third-party assessment. The process for providing financial aid is thorough and confidential.
Merit-based Scholarships: For a complete list of merit-based scholarships, please follow the link here.
It remains our belief that if we want young women to grow, and to be effective in our world, they need to know the world.
DID YOU KNOW?
- The Study is now able to move toward eliminating the tuition fee barrier for exceptional students who would otherwise not be able to attend
- Between 16-18% of Study students benefit from some form of financial aid* thanks to funds donated by our supporters
- 100% of our student population benefits from student diversity
- The Study awarded over $360,000 in financial aid to students in 2020-2021
*Financial aid includes scholarships, bursaries and awards
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