ABSTUDY resources for community groups

Resources to help you share information about ABSTUDY.

ABSTUDY helps Indigenous Australians with the cost of studying or doing an Australian Apprenticeship. It helps with school fees, boarding, travel and other school related items.

Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students can get this from the start of high school right through to postgraduate studies.

We know community groups play a big role in supporting students and their families. So, we’ve created an ABSTUDY eKit to help you. Please use it to promote ABSTUDY in your community.

Download the ABSTUDY eKit

By using the eKit, you agree to reproduce content in the exact form provided by us. Please don’t change the designs in any way.

In the eKit

You’ll find a number of useful resources for your staff to use, and to share with ABSTUDY families and students.

Resources How they can help
Guide to eKit Read this guide before you start using the resources. You’ll find links to ABSTUDY videos and useful webpages.
ABSTUDY mini mag The mini mag explains ABSTUDY payments and eligibility.
Payment matrix See what ABSTUDY payments someone can get depending on their circumstances.
Newsletter article You can publish this article in your newsletter or local newspaper. We suggest using it at the end of the year to promote early claiming for next year.
Posters You can print them and display them in your local area. Place them in schools, workplaces or as ads in a local newsletter.
ABSTUDY Reference Guide Share this information about what students and apprentices of different ages can get under ABSTUDY.
ABSTUDY useful links Use and share these links for more detailed information about ABSTUDY.
Contact channels for third parties Use this contact information to know when and how to contact us.
Factsheet on careers in the APS Print and share this with ABSTUDY students in Year 12 or in tertiary study.
Radio ad Share this ad on local radio or social media. We suggest using this at the end of the year to promote early claiming for next year.
Social media posts Share these on your Facebook or Twitter accounts to promote ABSTUDY and early claiming to your networks.
Factsheet on the Tertiary Access Payment Print and share this with regional, rural or remote students in Year 12 who are moving for tertiary study.

We also have ABSTUDY videos on YouTube. You can share links to our videos on social media, in online newsletters and at presentations.

If you use assistive technology and can’t access the eKit, you can find out about ABSTUDY or call the ABSTUDY line.

More information

If you’re in a rural, regional or remote area, Agents and Access Points can help you.

If you want to host an Agent or Access Point, read information for Agents and Access Points host organisations.

Page last updated: 3 March 2022