At Melbourne Girls Grammar, we encourage academic excellence in a supportive environment where young women can make the most of every opportunity. To support those who share our Grammarians’ passion for learning and drive to succeed, we award a number of academic, boarding, music and indigenous scholarships annually.

2023 Scholarship REGISTRATIONs are now OPEN!

Melbourne Girls Grammar has been a leading educator of young women for over 128 years. It is a school founded by women, led by women, and that encourages future women leaders, innovators and creators. As a community, we encourage academic excellence, independence, and diversity of opinion, thought and culture.

Our school encourages challenge and choice to provide opportunities for students to define their own path and pursue individual passions and interests. This empowering environment enables our Grammarians to be bold, courageous and dynamic, ready to meet the future head on.

The Melbourne Girls Grammar community is supportive and boasts graduates with journeys as diverse as the choices that paved the way for them to choose their future, whatever that may be. Our scholarship program provides opportunities for girls who have potential and who can demonstrate how access to an education at the School can advance their academic study, passion for learning and alignment to the values of the School.

Key Dates for 2023 Scholarships:

  • Registrations Open: Monday 15 November 2021
  • Registrations Close: Friday 4 February 2022
  • Scholarship Exam: Saturday 12 February 2022


To apply, please provide your details below and you will receive an email with a link to the online application portal. 

Frequently Asked Questions

Dana Ma who graduated in 2009 attended Melbourne Girls Grammar on a scholarship, and to this day recalls the excitement of learning that she would be attending the school. She praises her teachers, who opened her eyes to new concepts and study areas, and helped her find her passion.

Learn more about scholarships at Melbourne Girls Grammar