2025 Scholarships.

Applications for 2025 Scholarships have now closed.

Ƶ is dedicated to making world-class education accessible. We offer a range of distinct scholarship types to help students from all backgrounds achieve their full potential:

Combined Academic and Music Scholarship: Awarded to a student who excels in both academic testing and their music audition.

Academic Scholarships: These scholarships recognise and reward students who have demonstrated outstanding academic performance.

Council Entrance Scholarships: Introduced in 1954 and awarded each year to the top three academic students.

General Excellence Scholarships: Acknowledgement for students who mirror the College’s core values of Respect, Compassion, Integrity, and Courage.

Music Scholarships: Celebrating artistic talent, these scholarships provide a nurturing environment for musically gifted students to flourish.

Rural Scholarships: Offer the opportunity for students living in regional Western Australia to be part of our supportive and inclusive community.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships: Financial awards aimed at supporting Indigenous Australians in their pursuit of higher education. To apply for an Indigenous Scholarship,please click here.


Successful applicants must demonstrate a commitment to their academic studies and a willingness to engage in the full life of the College. Scholarship candidates will be reviewed through a mix of application letters, recent school reports, testing, interviews, and music auditions.

Please note, to be eligible for a scholarship, applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents.

Explore the opportunities below.


Key Dates

Applications Close for students sitting examinations remotely Friday 9 February 2024
Applications Close for Year 7 to 10 Scholarships Wednesday 14 February 2024
Scholarship Examination Day Friday 23 February 2024
Music Auditions Monday 19 - Thursday 22 February 2024
Applications close for the OWCA Presidents' Award Thursday 28 March 2024
Applications close for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Scholarships Friday 31 May 2024

Scholarship Guide

Students performing at Perth Concert Hall
Sport is a key part of life at Wesley
Students learn practical skills as well as academic skills
Academic excellence is a given at Wesley
Repairing bikes for children in need
Teachers are invested in high-quality education
The boarding facilities at Wesley are award-winning
Music and the Arts are essential elements of Wesley life
We team up with our sister school for Drama productions
A focus on service for others makes Wesley special
Wesley competes in international events such as F1 in Schools
Wesley's unique Katitjin program takes Year 8 students off-campus for a term
We celebrate our Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students

Howard Bantock Memorial Trust Bursary

This named bursary is given to a student who demonstrates an ’empathy for religious thinking and who is demonstrating qualities of Christian stewardship’. It is a needs-based award and the value varies according to need, and the availability of funds. Where applicable, the rebate is additionally applied to the boarding fee.

To Apply

The bursary application should include:

For information about the Howard Bantock Bursary at Ƶ, please contact the Enrolments Office on (+61) 8 9368 8032 or at enrol@wesley.wa.edu.au



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