Scholarships and Bursaries
Brisbane Grammar School has a long tradition of offering scholarships and bursaries to students who have demonstrated they have the potential to derive benefit from a BGS education.
2022 ACER Cooperative Scholarship Testing Program (CSTP) – Trustees' Scholarship
Online registration is now CLOSED for the 2022 ACER Cooperative Scholarship Testing Program (CSTP) (Year 7 2023 and Year 10 2023 entry).
What is the difference between a scholarship and a bursary?
The purpose of a scholarship is to attract talented students who will enhance Brisbane Grammar School’s education programs and positively contribute to the School's culture. There are three (3) types of scholarships: Academic Scholarships, Sports Scholarships and Cultural
Scholarships. Scholarships are funded by the School.
The purpose of a bursary is to provide financial support to a student whose family would not otherwise have the financial means to afford a BGS education for their son and who can positively contribute to the School. Only those students who meet the strict needs-based requirements are eligible for a bursary. Bursaries are funded by the BGS Bursary Fund.
Key dates for 2022
- Saturday 26 February 2022 – ACER Scholarship Exam (Academic Scholarships)
- Friday 17 June 2022 – BGS Scholarship and Bursary applications for 2023 entry
Applications for scholarships and bursaries take six (6) weeks to assess, at which point families will be notified of the outcome of their son’s application, in writing, by the Headmaster’s Office.
Submission of Application Forms
Completed applications are to be sent to the Enrolments Office at Brisbane Grammar School by mail or email.