Bonus ATAR Points through Elite Athlete & Performer Scheme (EAPS)

 

 

Student must meet ONE (1) of the below to qualify:

 

1. Shoot three minimum scores of at least:

20 & Under Male Recurve: 567 in a WA 70/720 round

20 & Under Female Recurve: 539 in a WA 70/720 round

Cadet Male Recurve: 551 in a WA 60/720 round

Cadet Female Recurve: 520 in a WA 60/720 round

20 & Under Male Compound: 611 in a WA 50/720 round

20 & Under Female Compound: 590 in a WA 50/720 round

Cadet Male Compound: 565 in a WA 50/720 round

Cadet Female Compound: 537 in a WA 50/720 round

 

These scores must be shot in the applicant’s final year of study.

The minimum scores can only be obtained from Archery Australia or World Archery Registered Tournament or Qualifying & Ranking Event. Results must be recorded “arrow by Arrow” in Archers Diary.

 

2. Be selected for their State Team and represent their state at Youth Nationals in their final year of study. (State Indoor Team not included)

 

3. Be selected for the national team and represent Australia at an international tournament in the applicant’s final year of study such as (but not limited to):

  • World Archery Youth Championships

  • Trans Tasman

  • any of the World Cup stages

  • World Championships

  • any of the Asia Cup stages

*Open entry events such as any Indoor World Series event are not included.

 

4. In their final year of study, attended all of the following events (in their respective states where applicable):

  • State Short Course Championships

  • State/National Indoor Championships

  • State Target Championships

  • State Field Championships

  • National Youth Matchplay

  • The following events are Youth National Archery Championships:

    • Short Distance Event (WA 60/900 round)

    • Target Event (WA 1440 rounds)

    • Field Event (24 target, marked field)

Scholarship & Elite Athlete Program

Glossary Of Terms

 

AA – Archery Australia

WA – World Archery

SUAC – Sydney Uni Archery Club

NHPP - National High Performance Program

AARTIP - AA Regional Talent Identification Program

RDP – Regional Development Program

HPC - High Performance Committee

QRE - Qualifying and Ranking Event

 

Scholarship Criteria

 

Grade 1

Applicant must meet one of the following requirements:

 

- Is current participating in:

  • AA National High Performance Program (see Appendix 1)

 

Grade 2

Applicant must meet one of the following requirements:

 

- Is current participating in:

  • AA Regional Talent Identification Program (AARTIP or Regional Development Program)

- Obtain three scores (within the last 6 months) of at least:

  • 600 in a WA 70/720 round for male recurve archers

  • 580 in a WA 70/720 round for female recurve archers

  • 680 in a WA 50/720 round for male compound archers

  • 670 in a WA 50/720 round for female compound archers

These scores must be obtained only from a WA-Registered Event or QRE.

 

Grade 3

Applicant must meet one of the following requirements:

- Obtain three scores (within the last 6 months) of at least:

  • 565 in a WA 70/720 round for male recurve archers

  • 545 in a WA 70/720 round for female recurve archers

  • 660 in a WA 50/720 round for male compound archers

  • 650 in a WA 50/720 round for female compound archers

These scores must be obtained only from a WA-Registered Event or QRE.

 

Requirements for Maintaining Scholarship

 

Scholarship holders must comply with all of the following:

  • Wear USYD Uniform at all events (except in international events where the Australian Uniform is required).

  • Where the archer’s primary club is not SUAC due to his/her coach residing at another club, he/she must train at SUAC at least once every two weeks.

  • Required to compete in following:

    • All events at the National Championships (not including clout).

    • National/State Indoor Championships.

    • NSW State Target Championships.

    • NSW State Field Championships.

    • NSW State Short Course Championships.

 

plus in their respective grades:

 

Grade 1

  • Remain within the NHPP (Confirmation required every 6 months).

  • Required to also compete in following:

    • Australian Open.

    • NSW Leg of the National Matchplay Series + a least 3 other states.

    • Plus an additional of five WA-Registered Events or QREs every 6 months (not including any of the events listed above).

Grade 2

  • Remain within the AARTIP or RDP (Confirmation required every 6 months).

  • Required to also compete in following:

    • Australian Open.

    • NSW Leg of the National Matchplay Series + a least 2 other states.

    • Plus an additional of three WA-Registered Events or QREs every 6 months (not including any of the events listed above).

Grade 3

  • Required to compete also in following:

    • NSW Leg of the National Matchplay Series + a least 1 other state.

 

*Archers classified as “Cadet” or “20 & Under” division can enter the Opens Division if they wish to do so.

 

 

 

Level of Scholarship Grants

 

Grade 1

Medium-level financial support + Facilities & Services

 

High-level financial support, if the individual was selected to compete internationally (ie. Olympics, World Cup, World Championships, etc.) within the last 12 months (not including open entry events such as Indoor World Series).

Grade 2

Basic-level financial support + Facilities & Services

Grade 3

Facilities & Services Only

 

 

These values are indicative only. Actual sponsorship amounts will vary depending on the applicant's situation. Decisions are made by SUSF, not the club.

Additional Notes

 

 

 

 

 

Appendix 1:

 

(Current as of 10 September 2018)

Archery Australia’s National High Performance Program consists of the following:

 

World Class – Tier 1

Athletes who in the opinion of the HPC have demonstrated their ability to challenge or have actually achieved a recent podium position in top International Competition.

International – Tier 2

Athletes who in the opinion of the HPC are competitive in international competition and have the potential to progress to World Class within the next two years.

National – Tier 3

Athletes who in the opinion of the HPC are competitive at the National Level and are ready for international exposure under direction of the High Performance Unit.

Development – Tier 4

Athletes who in the opinion of the HPC are considered to be emerging and have the potential to progress through the tiers in the coming years due to demonstrated commitment.