Scholarships - Medicine
The Thomas Davis Medical Research Scholarship
Applications close: Friday, 21st March 2014
The Scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the School of Medicine, Fremantle undertaking medical research qualifications, such as the honours project in final year or postgraduate studies, and who have demonstrated excellence in academic achievement. The Scholarship aims to encourage and support medical research training and provide financial support to students with exceptional research promise to pursue a career in medical research.
ASIA BOUND GRANTS PROGRAM APPLICATION SCHOOL OF MEDICINE FINAL YEAR ELECTIVE
Four week placement 27 October-21 November 2014
Applications close at 4.00pm on 04 March 2014.
The Australian Government has approved ten scholarships under the Asia Bound Grants Program for students who plan to undertake a final year medical elective clinical placement in Asia in 2014.
Please follow the link below to access all the information regarding Asia Bound Grants Program
The Kununoppin Hospital Medical Scholarship
Value: Up to $25,000 per annum for 3 years
Applications are now closed for 2014.
The Kununoppin Hospital Medical Scholarship is the North Eastern Wheatbelt Regional Organisation of Councils and for the purposes of this Scholarship includes the Shires of Trayning, Mukinbudin, Nungarin and Mt Marshall (the Consortium).
The Scholarship is awarded as part of a long term strategy to increase the number of suitably qualified, Australian trained, medical practitioners with qualifications to General Practice Fellowship level, in the North Eastern Wheatbelt area of Western Australia. The Scholarship will support a medical student in the final three years of their MBBS Course in return for the recipient agreeing with the Consortium by separate agreement to undertake a period of General Practice in the rural community associated with the Consortium.
John Flynn Placement Program (JFPP)
Applications are now closed for 2013
The objectives of the JFPP program are to create opportunities for medical students to develop a long-term relationship with a rural or remote doctor and community, experience the daily practice of medicine in that community and benefit from professional opportunities to network in the broader medical community.
The John Flynn Placement Program is an initiative of the Australian Government, and managed nationally by the Australian College of Rural and Remote Medicine (ACRRM).
Please register prior to application day.
For further information please visit the ACRRM website
MADAL Scholarships in Medicine
Value: Up to $6,000
Applications close: Friday, 14th February 2014
The MADAL Scholarships in Medicine are to assist first year medical students in financial need with their educational related expenses. To be eligible for a Scholarship, applicants must be enrolled as a first year student in the graduate entry degree of the Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS), in the School of Medicine, Fremantle, be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, be from Western Australia, and be able to demonstrate financial need.
MADAL Scholarship Conditions
MADAL Scholarship Application Form
Woss Family Scholarships in Medicine
Applications Close: Friday, 7th February 2014
The Woss Family established scholarships to assist and encourage meritorious mature age students in Medicine for whom educational opportunities are difficult, for example, because of financial need, distance, or responsibility for the care of the ill, or the elderly. These students will have demonstrated drive and commitment to achieve academically, despite financial hardship or other personal difficulty, in order to commence or continue medical studies at the Fremantle Campus of The University of Notre Dame Australia.
Who is eligible?
Students must be a minimum of 22 years of age on or after 1st December in the year in which they apply; be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia; enrolled full-time in the MBBS course at The School of Medicine, Fremantle. Up to six scholarships may be awarded at the discretion of the Selection Committee. Each Woss Family Scholarship in Medicine is valued up to $6,000 per annum.
Woss Family Application Form
Woss Family Scholarship Conditions
Australian Defence Force – Graduate Medical Sponsorship
The Australian Defence Force (ADF) offers the Graduate Medical Sponsorship to selected applicants whilst studying with a salary of $55,564-$61,704, increasing to $66,048 in your internship year, including payment of your remaining HECS/HELP (or equivalent for full fee paying students), textbooks, rental assistance and free medical and dental. Get paid to study at the university of your choice and qualify as a medical practitioner leading to a guaranteed job in the Australian Defence Force as a Medical Officer for the period of sponsorship plus one year.
Successful applicants undertake a four year degree course at one of the Australian universities offering the graduate medical program. This is followed by two years residency (internship and RMO1 year) to be completed at a teaching hospital. You can apply from the commencement of your degree, once you have your university offer.
For further details please contact: firstname.lastname@example.org or please go directly to Army Doctor, Navy Doctor or Air Force Doctor or visit http://www.defencejobs.gov.au/education/universitysponsorship/
AFPHM John Snow Scholarship
Kick Start Your Career with AFPHM John Snow Scholarship
Win one of eight scholarships to present your work at the Royal Australasian College of Physicians Congress, May 2014
Scholarship includes full conference registration (AUD$600) and travel assistance (up to AUD$400)
- Visit www.racp.edu.au/page/johnsnow for more information
- OR go to http://www.racp.edu.au to watch the video
Closing date for applications – Monday 4st October 2013 Medical students of Australian and New Zealand medical schools are eligible to apply.
The WA winners in 2011 and 2012 were Notre Dame students
The Australian Pain Society
Australian Pain Relief Association - PhD Scholarship
Award: Stipend $23,000 p.a. and financial support to attend the Society's Annual Scientific Meeting.
The Catholic Women's League of Western Australia (Inc.) Scholarship
The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist and encourage meritorious female students for whom educational opportunities are limited because of financial need.
These students will have demonstrated drive and commitment to the principles of the Catholic Women's League, with special consideration to applicants with a permanent home address of 160 kilometres or more from the Perth CBD.
Applications are now open for 2014
For further information, please email email@example.com or call the Development Officer on (08) 9433 0692.
A range of scholarships and project funding opportunities are available through this site.
The John D’Orazio Memorial Scholarship
Value - $5,000 per annum (up to 2 years dependant on academic performance)
Applications open 2 December 2013 and close 24 January 2014
Bayswater and Noranda Community Bank® branches prides itself in giving back to their local community. For the third year running, they are offering a $5,000 scholarship to a local student or resident who wishes to pursue tertiary study.
This scholarship aims to assist high achieving and highly motivated local students who have been offered a full-time place at an Australian university or college for the first time but may be experiencing financial and/or social challenges that may affect or hamper them from attending.
For the application form please visit www.bendigoadelaide.com.au/scholarships
Medical Rural Bonded (MRB) Scholarships
As part of the 2000/01 Budget, the Federal Government announced details of a new Regional Health Strategy, which includes an integrated range of initiatives to deliver more doctors and better services to rural and regional communities.
Medical Rural Bonded Scholarships are one of these initiatives.
The St John of God Health Care - Dr Michael Quinlan Medical Elective Scholarship
Value: A total of $10,000 is available annually to be distributed:
- Up to two Scholarships for students undertaking an overseas placement scholarship to the value of $5,000;
- One Scholarship to the value of $5,000 for a student undertaking a placement in a disadvantaged community; and
- Two Scholarships to the value of $2,500 each for two students undertaking placements.
Applications are now closed for 2013
St John of God Health Care has established scholarships to be awarded each year to students enrolled in the MED 400 elective in the School of Medicine at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle (the University) who fulfil the criteria set out in the Conditions. The Scholarship has been established in recognition of Dr Michael Quinlan and his significant contribution to medical education, clinical services and the Catholic Church. The purpose of the Scholarships is to support the costs of travel, board, accommodation and administration fees for overseas or national elective placements undertaken by final year medical students of The University of Notre Dame Australia’s Fremantle campus.
Royal College of Pathologists of Australia (RCPA) Scholarships in Pathology for Medical Schools
Available for medical students undertaking the Bachelor of Medicine or equivalent at Australian and New Zealand universities (one per main campus), two scholarships for Papua New Guinea and one each for Fiji, Hong Kong, Singapore and Malaysia.
Royal Australian Air Force Women's Association
Each year financial grants are made to students on application to assist with the costs of education.
Eligibility is restricted to 'RAAF families', being those where the students parents or grandparents (living or dead), or other close relatives, serving, or have served, in the RAAF.
There is no specific income limit. Grants are decided on actual circumstances and are limited to those families most in need.
For more information please contact:
RAAFWA Educational Patriotic Fund Inc.
PO Box 117
Jamison ACT 2614
Or phone: (02) 6251 1994
Rural Australia Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS) Scheme
Scholarships for rural students studying medicine
Applications for 2014 will open on 6 November 2013 and close on 13 January 2014
The RAMUS Scheme assists selected students with a rural background to study medicine at university. In addition to their rural background, RAMUS scholarship holders are selected on the basis of financial need and demonstrated commitment to working in rural Australia in the future.
The RAMUS Scheme currently supports a total of 587 scholarship holders. Each year approximately 120 new scholarships are awarded through a competitive application process.
RAMUS scholarship holders receive $10,000 a year during the completion of a standard medical degree at their chosen university. This financial support assists scholarship holders to overcome the financial barriers to studying medicine at university, particularly the costs of moving and living away from their family support structures.
Further information about the scholarship is available online at ramus.ruralhealth.org.au/
Scholarships for a Competitive Future
Zonta Club of Perth Inc
Zonta Club of Perth Incorporated offers an award for undergraduates who have completed their first year at a Western Australian University and are enrolled for the 2013 Academic Year. The aim of the Award is to encourage a woman aged 25 years or over to complete her first University degree.
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Zonta Club of Peel Inc
The Zonta Club of Peel Inc offers an award for Tertiary Studies at a Western Australian University. The aim of this award is to encourage a woman to complete her first degree.
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Applications are now open for 2014.
Zonta Club of Dunsborough Inc
The Zonta Club of Dunsborough Inc offers an award for Tertiary Studies at a Western Australian University. The aim of this award is to encourage a woman to complete her first degree.
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