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Karnkanthi Indigenous Education Program


Kaplan Higher Education and Kaplan Business School recently signed an agreement with the University of Adelaide’s Wirltu Yarlu Aboriginal Education unit to offer scholarships to Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students across Australia in the Karnkanthi Indigenous Education program.

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The Kaplan scholarships will provide students entering a Kaplan course with $10,000 to go towards their program fees and $5,000 for any other education provider. The total Karnkanthi scholarship funds contributed by Kaplan in 2019 was $100,000.

The University of Adelaide’s Karnkanthi program nurtures the success of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, in Years 10, 11 and 12/13 as they transition from their senior years into higher education.

Karnkanthi offers a high support approach to student learning through building a reciprocal relationship of trust through a tailored program of guidance and the support takes into account the individual‘s needs and strengths. The program gives them access to:

  • Private tutoring for school studies
  • Opportunities to participate in academic, personal, cultural and career development activities
  • Financial support for travel and accommodation

Watch the video to find out how this program is helping students achieve their education goals and you can also read more about Karnkanthi Indigenous Education program here