The Old Collegians’ Association and its members provide a number of scholarship and bursary opportunities to support Old Boy families who wouldn’t otherwise be able to afford a Brisbane Boys’ College education for their son, as well as provide opportunities to graduating boys of the College to further their education.
If you’re an Old Collegian looking to speak to someone at the College about establishing a scholarship or bursary in your name, please contact the Development Office for a confidential discussion.
Phone – +61 (07) 3309 3500
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The OCA Bursary provides financial assistance to Old Collegians so they may have the opportunity to continue the rich tradition of sending their sons to Brisbane Boys’ College.
For more information or to enquire about the OCA bursary, please email the Alumni Office at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Graham Thomson Scholarship
Offers a past student of Brisbane Boys’ College the opportunity of studying at The University of Queensland while in residence at Emmanuel College, who may not otherwise have the means to live away from home. The scholarship was established in 2017 by BBC Old Boys John Wylie AM and Michael Wood to acknowledge Graham Thomson’s longstanding service to education and the community, and pays tribute to his significant leadership, student mentoring and personal generosity.
The Graham Thomson Scholarship will be awarded to a BBC student who is a new applicant to Emmanuel, or a former BBC student who is an existing resident of Emmanuel, who demonstrates strong academic ability and performance, exhibits leadership qualities and positive peer support, has a keen interest in sport and/or cultural activities, and has made a contribution to the community. The scholarship offers part relief of residential fees up to $5,000, and closes 30 November each year.
For more information and to submit an application, visit the Emmanuel College website.
Visit Emmanuel College Website
Download the Graham Thomson Scholarship Application Form
PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship 2020
The Presbyterian and Methodist Schools Association (PMSA) each year offers a limited number of Teacher Education Scholarships each worth $2,000 per annum for up to four years of study to suitable current and past students of PMSA schools students entering an undergraduate teacher education degree.
Applications for the PMSA Teacher Education Scholarship 2020 are now open, and will close on Friday 18 October.
To be eligible, an applicant must:
- be either a current Year 12 student of a PMSA school, or have attended a PMSA school in past last two years (for at least two years);
- be a permanent Australian resident; and
- be accepted, or will be accepted, to commence a full-time undergraduate teacher education degree in the next calendar year or be currently enrolled in such a course.
The scholarships aim to foster a respect for the importance of teaching as a profession; foster Christian faith and values in schools and encourage future teachers who hold Christian beliefs and values; and assist aspiring teachers of Christian conviction to complete an approved teacher education program to enable them to make a difference in the schools they serve.
For more information and to apply, please download the below booklet or visit the PMSA website.