Tall Ships Australia and New Zealand Voyage Bursary
In 2017 Tall Ships Australia and New Zealand established a bursary to support the tall ship and sail training industry in Australia and New Zealand, and to provide opportunities for a diverse range of youth to benefit from the life-changing experience that is sail training voyages. Bursaries are available to:
- young people aged between 15 and 25 years, for the purpose of joining a development voyage aboard a member Tall Ship, and
- Tall Ship crew seeking to undertake professional development via a recognised course or cross decking opportunity.
Applications are open to Australian and New Zealand citizens or permanent residents and are considered on merit. The A maximum of AUD $1000 is awarded to each recipient.
Tall Ships Australia and New Zealand gratefully accepts funds for the purpose of offering bursaries each year. Please contact the Treasurer at email@example.com for more information.
Bursary applications are administered by the TANZ Foundation.
Sultanate of Oman Bursary
The Sultanate of Oman Bursary Scheme is available to young people aged between 15 and 25 years who are financially disadvantaged, regardless of background, nationality, creed, physical ability or sailing experience. The Scheme helps to fund young people from around the world to benefit from the life-changing experience gained from participation in races and regattas organised by Sail Training International. A maximum of €500 is awarded to each selected trainee.
The Royal Navy of Oman has funded the Sultanate of Oman Bursary Scheme every year since 2011.
The Scheme gives financial support to disadvantaged and disabled young people from around the world to allow them to benefit from the sail training experience at a Sail Training International event or other approved activity.
The intent is to foster international friendship and support the development of young people. Several Australian and New Zealand Tall ships are accredited for these bursaries.
For more information visit Sail Training International Bursaries.