Scholarships, Bursaries and Fee Assistance

The dream of the founders of 人兽性交 was to have a school where all Jewish children could attend, regardless of means, to learn of their heritage, to be proud Jews and dedicated supporters of Israel whilst understanding their role in Australian society.  

From our earliest days, 人兽性交 has developed a well earned reputation as one of the top academic schools in Victoria. That reputation continues today however we bursary funds are distributed on a strictly needs-based measure, irrespective of the academic ability. By increasing our funds available for fee assistance in this way, we believe that our practice will reflect the value we place on all children, regardless of academic ability, target the financial help where it is most needed and help even more children to enjoy the benefits of a Scopus education.

Bursaries and needs based grants

人兽性交 Memorial College offers needs-based assistance to provide a Scopus education to Jewish students who otherwise would not be able to attend.

A range of financial bursaries and grants are available to assist students in all year levels from Prep to Year 12 to help defray the cost of tuition fees. A determination is made based on each family’s individual circumstances based on their financial and other information. Applications can be made at any time by new or current families.

Two specific programs are detailed below, but for further information about the College or place availability contact Enrolments on 9834 0070, or to enquire about fee assistance call 9834 0093.

Further information about the process is available on the Fee Assistance FAQs page.


Prep entry bursaries Gesher (Prep to Year 6) and Grow with Scopus (Prep to Year 3 and Prep to Year 6) 

At Scopus, we want to help Jewish children access a world-class Jewish education who would not be able to do so without assistance. That's why we offer a number of bursaries from Prep, to give your child the chance to experience all that Scopus has to offer. If you would like to see our teaching and learning in action, please click here to register for one of our upcoming Open Mornings at Gandel Besen House.


Our new Gesher Bursaries aim to support families by bridging the gap between the Child Care Subsidy received in Kinder, and school tuition fees from Prep to Year 6.  Gesher will help a broader range of families moving forward, which benefits both the families involved and the entire Scopus community. 

Gesher applications for 2025 entry into Prep close Friday 31 May this year.

So if you have been assessed to receive the CCS for kinder and hadn't previously felt eligible for assistance then for a confidential chat about how we might be able to help you, call 9834 0093 or or click here to fill in an enquiry form and we’ll contact you. 

Grow with Scopus

Open to current or new students entering into Prep, these grants of up to $44,000 fee relief for Prep to Year 3 or $75,000 for Prep to Year 6 enable you to provide your child with the opportunity to learn in an immersive Jewish environment during their formative years.

Applications for entry in 2025 will open in February 2024 and close Friday 31 May, 2024. You can email Laurent Schonker in Finance, or phone on 9834 0027 for a confidential chat and further information on these and other bursaries available for entry into Prep. 

Ruben Fried Scholarship (Year 7 entry)

This scholarship is available to students attending a government or other non-Jewish school and entering into Year 7. It is open to students who would be unable to attend without a significant bursary.

Co-funded by the Spotlight Foundation and 人兽性交, this scholarship will provide an immersive Jewish and general education for a family contribution of $5000 per year (some optional activities and electives may incur additional charges), as well as a significant contribution towards the cost of the Year 10 Ulpan program in Israel.

Applications for entry in 2025 have now closed. Please contact the Finance Manager, Laurent Schonker, on 9834 0027 for a confidential discussion on fee assisntance for entry into Secondary School.

Music Tuition Scholarships - Years 7 to 12

A range of scholarships for instrumental tuition are available for both current and new students entering into Year 7 or above. These scholarships provide full or partial awards for instrumental or vocal tuition fees for students demonstrating potential or excellence in their chosen instrument, including voice.

Students must be currently learning an instrument and be committed to the advancement of musical excellence at the College. All students need to have completed or be able to perform at Second Grade A.M.E.B. standard to qualify for an audition. Students that have sat an A.M.E.B exam are requested to submit a photocopy of their last exam report with their application.

Applications open around mid-year and auditions will be held on a Sunday in Term 3. For further information current families should contact Mr Joel Norman-Hade, Music Administrator on or 9834 0000 and new families should contact Enrolments