WHO CAN APPLY
To be considered for a place at St Ann’s College, applicants must have a view to secure a place in either:
- One of Adelaide’s three universities*
- One of Adelaide’s international, national or private universities
- One of Adelaide’s Colleges of higher learning
- TAFESA or an equivalent education provider
*St Ann’s College has a a strong affiliations with The University of Adelaide, The University of South Australia and Flinders University. We priortise applicants intending to study there.
As a guide, our annual fees are around $19,500 for a minimum of 34 weeks. There is also a 40-week contract option available.
We are a Not For Profit college, relying solely on fees and benefactors to fund our programmes. Our energies are wholly focused on helping students be their very best – something the whole world can profit from!
Click here to download the 2024 Fee Schedule. Payment plan options are available on request.
ST ANN’S ROOM
A room in St Ann’s, North Adelaide, costs $574 per week for a 34-week contract or $19,516 per year.
Cost covers room (utility and insurance costs included) all food, plus peer-to-peer tuition and an Academic Program.
Compared with STUDENT APARTMENT
A 1-bedroom studio apartment in North Terrace student accommodation costs from $500 per week. With a minimum 44 week contract that amounts to $22,020.
Cost is for room only (utility and insurance costs included).
Compared with RENTED APARTMENT
A 1-bedroom rented studio apartment in North Adelaide costs from $323-$538 per week. Based on a one year lease, that amounts to $16,820-$28,000.
Cost is for rental only. Cost of utilities, bond and insurance extra.
There is a three-stage application process to enrol in St Ann’s College:
Suitable applicants are invited to sit an interview with the College Principal.
Successful applicants will be sent a Fee Schedule and an invitation to accept the conditional offer.
SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS & BURSARIES
St Ann’s was originally founded in 1939 with a view to supporting women, in particular those who faced hardship living in remote regional areas. Today, St Ann’s is co-educational, but a great many of our students continue to come from rural areas in South Australia and across the nation.
St Ann’s also continues with the tradition of offering financial support in the form of Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries. They are given annually – some on the basis of academic performance, others on a case of need, some a mix of both.
In 2023, St Ann’s gave more than $127,000 in Scholarships, Awards and Bursaries.
Anyone who attends St Ann’s – national or international – can apply for a Scholarship, Award or Bursary. Winners of these prizes usually receive a rebate on College fees.