NAS First Peoples Scholarship
The NAS First Peoples Scholarship covers the full tuition fees for students entering the BFA program. Two full-tuition scholarships are offered each calendar year for the duration of the degree.
Ernest Heine Family Foundation BFA Scholarship Program
This scholarship program covers the full tuition fees and a stipend for students entering the BFA program. Two scholarships valued at $105,000 each are awarded each calendar year for the duration of the degree.
The Ernest Heine Family Foundation Equity Scholarship is awarded in accordance with specified equity eligibility
The Ernest Heine Family Foundation NSW Regional/Rural Scholarship is awarded as an equity Scholarship to an applicant residing in regional/rural NSW.
– Kyiesha Booth, 2023 First Peoples Scholarship Recipient
Key Dates for 2024 admissions
Tuition Fee components of the scholarship cannot be utilised for purposes other than tuition fees.
Disbursements for non-tuition fee components of the scholarship such as stipends and materials will be made only by Electronic Funds Transfer in accordance with the payment schedule and cannot be varied in any way.
The continuation of the scholarship throughout the three years of the BFA requires:
East Sydney Doctors Scholarship
The East Sydney Doctors Scholarship is a generous opportunity funded by East Sydney Doctors, providing $5,000 to a student completing the first year of the Master of Fine Art degree and going into the second year of the program at the National Art School.
Clitheroe Foundation and the Bird Holcomb Foundation Scholarships
The National Art School is proud to have two generous scholarships of $20,000 each to support students studying in the Master of Fine Art Program. Funded by the Clitheroe Foundation and the Bird Holcomb Foundation, these scholarships are open to current Bachelor of Fine Art Students who are immediately applying to continue study at the School in the Master of Fine Art program.
Standish & Co Scholarship
The Standish & Co Scholarship, a newly established opportunity generously funded by Standish & Co, provides $10,000 to a student continuing from the Bachelor of Fine Art Program into the Master of Fine Art program and majoring in Photomedia.