answers to your questions about the application and selection process.
Who is eligible to apply?
I deferred my university studies for a year after finishing my HSC. Am I eligible to apply?
How do I know if the university studies I wish to complete will allow me to be employed as a teacher in NSW public schools?
How do I know which NSW public schools are considered rural or remote?
What's the maximum number of years I can study under the scholarship?
How do I apply?
What supporting documents will I need to provide as part of my application?
Why do I have to include a recommendation from my principal with my application?
How do I upload certified copies of my supporting documentation?
Can I apply for more than one scholarship?
When should I submit my application?
Will late applications be accepted?
How can I be sure my application has been submitted?
What does the selection process involve?
Will successful and unsuccessful applicants be notified of the outcome?
How many teach.Rural Scholarships are awarded each year?
If my application has been unsuccessful, can I be provided with information as to why?
If I accept an offer of scholarship, what will my commitment be to the department?
When do scholars receive their annual training allowance?
What are the taxation implications regarding scholarships?
When are scholars appointed to their permanent position?
Where can I find out more?
Are teach.Rural Scholars eligible to receive any incentives and/or benefits that are available to teachers in the rural or remote location where they've been appointed to?