In their school's signed agreement, the Principal commits to spending QATSIF QCE Scholarship funds for the educational benefit of each individual scholarship recipient.

The Scholarship may only be applied towards:

  • Compulsory school fees

  • A maximum contribution of $300 toward either computer hire levies or the purchase of an IT Device. (# see notes below)

  • QCE subject and technology levies

  • QCE related excursions and camps

  • Industry visits

  • University and Careers expos.

  • Compulsory school uniforms

  • One Senior Jersey

  • School shoes

  • One Formal/Graduation ticket

  • TAFE VET placement

  • Stationery

  • Textbooks

Examples of items for which the QATSIF funding cannot be used

  • P&F fees

  • Capital building levies

  • Repairs or replacement of computers, laptops or similar devices

  • Staff wages

  • Tutoring

  • Travel to and from school

  • Co-curricular activities unrelated to QCE

  • Boarding fees

  • Weekend activity costs

  • Toiletries and personal items

  • Sporting representation

  • Tuckshop expenses


# Computer hire levy / IT device purchase

    Schools, QATSIF students and their parents / carers need to be aware that QATSIF:

  • is willing to contribute a maximum of $300 (across the entire 2 year QATSIF QCE Scholarship period) toward the costs of either a computer hire levy or the purchase of an IT device where the use of such a device is approved by the school and necessary to enable the student to complete curriculum activities.

  • will not fund repairs, damage or replacement of these IT devices and will not contribute to any costs associated with this.

  • directs that any IT devices hired or purchased are for the exclusive use of the individual QATSIF QCE Scholarship student and remain the property and responsibility of the hirer and /or student.

  • is not responsible for either the inappropriate or illegal use of these IT devices.

  • supports that all school rules, appropriate usage guidelines and school agreements apply to QATSIF students just as they do to all other students.