MANDELBAUM HOUSE SCHOLARSHIPS
Scholarships are awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit. In order to be eligible for a scholarship, you need to be a Mandelbaum House resident. New residents for 2023 are welcome to apply along with returning residents.
The number of scholarships offered vary from year to year, depending on donations received towards the fund. These currently range from 1/5 to 1/2 scholarships. Three scholarships were awarded in 2022.
A Mandelbaum Scholarship Committee is responsible for the allocation.
All scholarship applications need to include:
- A completed Mandelbaum House Scholarship Application form
- A personal Curriculum Vitae/Resume
- An official statement of recent academic results
2023 Key Dates
Friday 23 December 2022: Scholarship applications open
Friday 13 January 2023, 9am: Scholarship applications close
Wednesday 1 February 2023: Scholarship results announced
OTHER FUNDING OPPORTUNITIES
The University of Sydney offers many scholarships to both domestic and international students.
If you are an Australian citizen or permanent resident you may be eligible to apply for:
USYD GADIGAL RESIDENTIAL SCHOLARSHIPS
We are very excited to have five full scholarships for undergraduate Aboriginal and Torres Straight Islander students. This funding has generously been provided by the University of Sydney. We will have one or two scholarships available for 2023 and for further information please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
Mandelbaum House is a not-for-profit organisation and does not receive any government or institutional financial assistance. We therefore depend on donations and bequests from the Mandelbaum House community and friends to fund scholarships and other philanthropic projects and, most importantly, keep the college affordable for all potential residents.
We’re extremely grateful to our generous donors who provide ongoing support to the Mandelbaum House scholarship program. This includes Mrs Valmae Freilich and her late husband, Dr Herbert Freilich, who have contributed to our scholarship fund for 20+ years in the name of Dr Freilich’s late parents, Max and Sasha Freilich. We are also very grateful to the B'nai B'rith Syd Einfeld Unit who have generously contributed to our scholarship fund for 10+ years. In 2021, the B'nai B'rith Sydney Charitable Trust established a new scholarship in memory of Ella and Henry Krug which we also deeply appreciate.
Mandelbaum House residents have the opportunity to give all or part of their security bond ($1500) to the scholarship fund as a tax-deductible donation when they leave the college. Those who do so recognise that these donations will give future residents in need the opportunity to be part of the warm and supportive Mandelbaum community.
As a young and small college, we have limited numbers of alumni who are in a position to support future residents. If you are able to financially assist students to live at Mandelbaum House, please complete the Mandelbaum House Donation Form.
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