Accepting and declining scholarships
Congratulations on your scholarship or award from the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
Unless advised otherwise, you have four weeks from the date on the offer letter to accept your award. If you have completed the process to accept your award and have not been paid within a month, contact the Scholarships Office.
Accepting your scholarship
There are three steps to accepting your scholarship. Before you begin, make sure you compile the documents requested by the Dean in your scholarship offer letter.
Step one: payment information
Use the payment method outlined in your offer letter. If there are any problems regarding your banking details or payment, you will be emailed by University Services.
Alumni and external parties will need to complete a New Supplier Request Form, which will be sent by email from University Services.
If you are due to receive a reimbursement, complete a Student Supplier Reimbursement Form F05/F06.
Scholarship payments for part-time students are not exempt from income tax. You’ll need to provide a Tax File Number (TFN) Declaration form. TFN forms can be obtained from the Stop One on the corner of Swanston and Grattan Streets, most newsagents, or ordered online.
If required, scanned copies of the Student Supplier Reimbursement Form and TFN Declaration forms should be uploaded during Step Three.
Step two: thank you letter and bio
Your scholarship offer letter will tell you whether you need to do this. Once written, upload your letter during Step Three.
Read How to write a thank you letter (PDF 86 KB)
Step three: accept your scholarship
Please read the Fine Arts and Music Scholarship Terms and Conditions
Next, select this link to accept your scholarship and upload your documents.
Select this link if you don’t want to accept: Decline your Fine Arts and Music scholarship