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 (including ICHM)
- TAFESA or an equivalent education provider
As a guide, our yearly fees are around $16,000 for a minimum of 30 to 32 weeks.
Our current contract is based on 32 weeks’ minimum stay, not 40 weeks as at other colleges, offering a considerable saving.
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 2021 Fee Schedule. Payment plan options are available on request.
ST ANN’S ROOM
A room in St Ann’s, North Adelaide, costs $500 per week. Based on a minimum 30-week term, that amounts to $16,000.
Cost covers room (utility and insurance costs included) all food, plus tuition from 50+ academic tutors.
Compared with STUDENT APARTMENT
A 1-bedroom studio apartment in North Terrace student accommodation costs from $455 per week. With a minimum 44 week contract that amounts to $20,020.
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 $250-$350 per week. Based on a one year lease, that amounts to $13,000-$18,200.
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 2019, St Ann’s gave more than $80,000 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.
ST ANN’S COLLEGE SCHOLARSHIPS, AWARDS AND BURSARIES
The Alfred Moxon Simpson Scholarship ($8,000): The Alfred Moxon Simpson Scholarship is awarded primarily on academic excellence to either an undergraduate or a post graduate student studying in a South Australian University scientific discipline. The discipline may include engineering, medicine, biotechnology or information technology. The value of the Scholarship is determined by the Council and payment in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Regional Scholarships ($7,000): The Playford Trust in partnership with Chartwells and St Ann’s College offers two residential scholarships for students residing at St Ann’s – one to a student continuing to reside at the college and the other to a student enrolling for the first time. The scholarships support promising students intending to study science, engineering, mathematics or technology subjects at one of the three South Australian universities and who need to overcome the practical and financial disadvantages associated with having their home base located in regional South Australia.
Aileen Thompson Scholarship ($7,000): This Scholarship is given annually to an outstanding post-graduate or senior student at the discretion of the Library and Education Committee. The Scholarship is a half-fees scholarship.
Jacqueline Adele Jamieson Scholarships ($5,000): These scholarships are for women, in particular University of Adelaide medical or science students from rural South Australia. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
The Doctors Moore Scholarship ($4,000): The Dr Elizabeth and Dr Peter Moore Scholarship is awarded to a new student from regional or rural Australia who is studying medicine, or in a medically related field, and living at St Ann’s. It is awarded based on previous academic performance including ATAR, character, extramural activities and financial need. It takes the form of a rebate on student’s fees and will continue for each year the student is studying medicine and living at St Ann’s.
The Constance Finlayson Scholarship ($2,500): This Scholarship rewards a first year student of outstanding academic merit, although aspects of character and outside interests are also taken into account. The Award is made primarily on the results of the Matriculation examination, but character and extramural interests are also taken into account. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
The Phyllis Crompton Scholarship ($2,500): The Phyllis Crompton Scholarship is given annually to a student showing outstanding academic merit. Leadership qualities, character, other interests and financial need are taken into account.
The Doris Simpson Scholarship ($2,500): The Doris Simpson Scholarship is awarded primarily on academic results but preference is given to a student who has demonstrable financial need. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Rosemary Hill-Ling Scholarship ($2,500): The Rosemary Hill-Ling Scholarship provides assistance towards the cost of residence at St Ann’s College. The recipient will be a student from rural/regional Australia who has attended a government high school, and who contributes to the community of which they are a part. Character and financial circumstances are taken into account. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Bob Hill-Ling Scholarship ($2,500): Mr Bob Hill-Ling AO established an Engineering Scholarship to provide assistance towards the cost of residence at St Ann’s College for a student of engineering, preferably mechanical or electrical although other fields are considered. Academic merit, character and financial circumstances are taken into account. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
The Kent Stockdale Scholarship ($2,000): The Scholarship is awarded to a high achiever in academic life and sport, and an enthusiastic participant in the social life of the College. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
The Thompson Virgo Scholarship ($2,000): The Scholarship is intended to provide assistance towards the cost of residence at St Ann’s College for a student from rural/regional Australia in financial hardship. The student must contribute to the community of which they are a part. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Rural Student Establishment Bursary ($1,000): This Bursary is awarded to a first-year student from rural South Australia who attended a local government school and has not received another Scholarship/Bursary.
Gemma Brunckhorst Scholarship ($1,000): The Scholarship is awarded to a student of arts or education who has a history of community service. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
The Phoebe Chapple Bursary ($1,000): This Bursary is awarded to a first year or continuing medical student enrolled at the University of Adelaide or the Flinders University of South Australia. An allied health student enrolled at any South Australian university may also be considered. This is a residential Bursary, taking the form of a partial rebate on fees at the College.
The PKF Kennedy Scholarship ($750): The Scholarship is awarded to a student of accounting or business. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
St Ann’s Collegians Association Award ($500): An association of past students of the College raises funds to give an annual gift of one or more Collegians Awards. It is awarded to any student of academic merit who is about to commence a degree or diploma course. The Selection Committee takes into account the applicant’s interest in community affairs and general interests, as well as the financial position of the Applicant. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Sixth Collegians Award – SVDK ($500): This Award is made on the same basis as the Collegians’ Awards (above).
Kathleen Cussen Award ($500): The Kathleen Cussen Award is open to returning University students and awarded primarily on academic merit. It is given in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Bank S.A. Bursaries ($500): Up to three Bank S.A. Bursaries are awarded annually to students from rural South Australia (including Broken Hill). They are awarded primarily on academic results but participation in College life is also taken into account. Payment is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
Edward Wojciechowski Scholarship ($250): The Scholarship is for a student from a farming background who has experienced some hardship in life and who understands the values of honesty, humility, giving and hard work. It is in the form of a rebate on College fees.
E.D.J. Symon And College Bursaries ($250): E.D.J. Symon Bursaries are for women students only and intended to assist students in financial difficulties.