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Division of Health Sciences undergraduate scholarships and grants

Scholarships for continuing studentsContinuing Students Scholarships for new studentsNew Students Scholarships for indigenous studentsIndigenous Students
Scholarships for rural students Rural Students Scholarships for economically disadvantaged students Economically Disadvantaged Students Scholarships for international studentsInternational Students

Scholarship name Discipline area Value Contact Who can apply
Advanced Community Care Association Honours Scholarship Health Science $7,000 Dr Kate Gridley  
Bupa Nursing Experiential Learning Grant Nursing $1,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery Continuing StudentsEconomically disadvantaged students
Conference Scholarship for Students Health Science $1,000 Associate Head of School  
Cowan Travel Grants Applied Science (Occupational Therapy) $2,000 Chris Crabbe  
Division of Health Sciences Honours Scholarship Scheme Health Science, Applied Science, Medical & Pharmaceutical Sciences $7,000 Dr Kate Gridley Continuing StudentsInternational students
Division of Health Sciences Research Training Scholarship Health Science $1,000 to $15,000 Charlotte Ferrier  
Gladys Elphick Memorial Scholarship Health Science $5,000 Raewyn Todd Continuing StudentsIndigenous Students
International Undergraduate Scholarships Laboratory Medicine, Medical Science, Nutrition and Food Science, Pharmaceutical Science, Pharmacy 25% of the total Program tuition fees for the duration of the original program that the student has enrolled in to School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences International studentsNew Students
Margaret E Pank First Year Nursing Grant Nursing $1,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery New Students
Margaret E Pank Nursing Scholarship  Nursing $4,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery Continuing StudentsEconomically disadvantaged students
Mary Potter Foundation Palliative Care Grant Nursing $1,000 Scholarships and Prizes Officer Continuing Students
Nursing Year 12 Undergraduate Scholarship Nursing Upfront student contribution amounts over the three years of the Bachelor of Nursing program Program Support Officer New Students
Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Indigenous Nursing Scholarship Nursing Maximum $10,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery Continuing Students
Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Third Year Nursing Grant Nursing $5,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery Continuing Students
Rural Reconnect Grant Education, Health Sciences,
Nursing and Midwifery
$1,000 Chris Crabbe Rural students
Rural Vacation Research Bursary Program Health, and Social Work Travel subsidy of up to $150 for bus fare or own vehicle fuel. Furnished accommodation provided for the entire stay at no cost to students. Living allowance of $350.00 per week for the duration of the placement. Chris Thompson Continuing Students
SA Pathology Regional Scholarship  Laboratory Medicine $5,000 School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Continuing Students
Sansom Institute Vacation Grants Health Science $2,500 Kellie La Fontaine Continuing Students
St Andrew's Hospital Nursing Experiential Learning Grant Nursing $1,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery Continuing Students
SHPA Student Research and Development Grant Pharmacy $500 School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences Continuing Students
Spencer Gulf Rural Health School (SGRHS) Honours Research Bursaries  Health Science $4,000 for the year plus assistance with travel, accommodation and project costs. Dr Gillian Laven Continuing Students
UniSA-ANU Joint Bachelor of Medical Science GrantMedical Science

Up to $10,000 to cover the cost of accommodation in a residential college at ANU and a return airline ticket between Adelaide and Canberra.

Senior Academic Services Officer Continuing Students
University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) Honours Research Scholarship Health Sciences $4,000 Dr Gary Misan Continuing Students


Please note: Scholarships and Grants are subject to change and are awarded based on conditions current at the time of award.



Advanced Community Care Association Honours Scholarship

The Advanced Community Care Association (ACCA) was formed to promote and implement safe alternatives to unnecessary hospitalisation. Working with non-government organisations providing aged care and other community services, the ACCA wished to achieve the following objectives:

ACCA is offering up to 3 competitive Honours scholarships which are aimed at providing financial support to high-achieving students undertaking a Bachelor of Health Science (Honours) (IHHS). Applicants must have completed an undergraduate degree in an appropriate discipline and may be full-time or part-time students. Part-time students must complete their program in no more than two calendar years.

Applicants must have as their principal project supervisor a staff member of the Division of Health Sciences who is a member of the University's Research Register, and who is aligned with an existing or developing research concentration.

The applicant's project must be aligned to the values of Advanced Community Care Association and aimed at the further understanding of the practical clinical, organisational and financial implications of home-based alternatives to hospital care.

The focus of any projects can include, but should not be restricted to, research that is more applied than theoretical, aiming to further understandings of the practical clinical, organisational and financial implications of home-based alternatives to hospital care. This could include (among others) such diverse fields as clinical issues in home care, palliative care, community management of mental illness, health system change management, relevant ICT and informatics, and the economics of the increasing shift to home care.

Value: $7,000. The scholarship payment will be subject to satisfactory academic progress and will be paid in two equal instalments. (Pro-rata for part-time students).

For more information please contact:
Dr Kate Gridley
Research Coordinator
Division of Health Sciences
Tel: (08) 8302 1677
Email: kate.gridley@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for economically disadvantaged studentsBupa Nursing Experiential Learning Grant

Ten grants valued at $1,000 each are available to 3rd year Bachelor of Nursing students who are studying full time and undertaking 2 x 8 week field placements. Recipients will be selected on academic merit and financial disadvantage. Applicants must provide a personal written statement demonstrating how undertaking the field placements will result in financial disadvantage.

Value: $1,000

For more information contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Conference Scholarship for Students

The School of Health Sciences Conference Scholarship provides financial support for students to present papers or posters at local or international conferences with the aim to facilitate student dissemination of new knowledge and provide student networking opportunities.

Application Form and Information (DOC 68KB)

Value: $1,000

Closing date: First round of applications close 15 March. Second round of applications close 15 October.

For more information contact:
Dr. Kerry Thoirs
School of Health Science
Tel: (08) 8302 2903
Email: kerry.thoirs@unisa.edu.au 

Forward completed applications to:
Gillian Carr
School of Health Science
Tel: (08) 8302 2308
Email: Gillian.Carr@unisa.edu.au 

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Cowan Travel Grants

The KPF Cambodia Project aims to build local capacity in Cambodia with a focus on community based rehabilitation. The Cowan Travel Grants were established through the generosity of Cowan Grant Pty Ltd and will assist Occupational Therapy students with the expenses associated with undertaking a placement in Cambodia as part of the KPF Cambodia Project.

Applicants for the grant must be Australian citizens or Permanent Residents, be financially disadvantaged, enrolled full-time and provide a statement (max 500 words) detailing the expected weekly expenses to be incurred while they are on placement and if applicable the expected loss of income during that time.

Please note that the grants will not be awarded retrospectively. Applicants must not have completed their placement prior to the application closing date.

Recipients will be selected on the basis of financial disadvantage; academic merit measured by Grade Point Average (GPA); and a personal written statement.

Value: $2,000. Payment will be made in one instalment prior to the recipient's intended travel date.

For more information contact:
Chris Crabbe
Development Officer (Corporate and Named Scholarships)
Advancement Services Unit
Telephone: (08) 8302 7634
Email: chris.crabbe@unisa.edu.au

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Division of Health Sciences Honours Scholarship Scheme

The Division of Health Sciences is offering up to 40 competitive Honours scholarships to students undertaking a full-year Honours research program.

The scholarships are aimed at providing financial support to high-achieving students and to raise the profile of developing and established research concentrations in health sciences to undergraduate students.

Please note that this scholarship may not be available every year.

Value: $7,000

For more information contact:
Dr Kate Gridley
Research Coordinator
Division of Health Sciences
Phone: 8302 1677
Email: kate.gridley@unisa.edu.au
Web: http://www.unisa.edu.au/health-sciences/research/scholarships/honours-scholarships/ 

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Division of Health Sciences Research Training Scholarship

The Division of Health Sciences is offering up to 10 scholarships to students who are undertaking a full-year Honours research program and who are in receipt of a Division of Health Science Honours Scholarship.

The Scholarship will provide extra financial support to Honours students who have the potential to go on to a PhD in their area of research, with competitive scholarship support.

Value: Minimum $1,000 per recipient, maximum $15,000 per recipient.

For more information contact:
Ms Charlotte Ferrier
Research Coordinator, Division of Health Sciences
Tel: (08) 8302 1101
Email: charlotte.ferrier@unisa.edu.au
Web: www.unisa.edu.au/health

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Scholarship for indigenous studentsScholarship for continuing studentsGladys Elphick Memorial Scholarship

Gladys Elphick MBE was a highly respected member of the local Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community of South Australia. She was particularly active in the development of services in the areas of lobbying which culminated in the establishment of the first Aboriginal community controlled health service in the Adelaide region, which continues on today in the form of Nunkuwarrin Yunti of SA Inc. An anonymous donor has provided a bequest to the University of South Australia, School of Health Sciences, to allow a scholarship to be awarded in memory of Gladys Elphick. This bequest has been used to fund a scholarship in support of an Indigenous student undertaking studies within the school, to a total value of $5000.

Value: $5,000 for the year (once-off payment)

For extended criteria and application details, please contact:
Ms Raewyn Todd
School Manager
School of Health Sciences
Tel: (08) 8302 2484
Fax: (08) 8302 2114
Email: raewyn.todd@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for new studentsScholarship for international studentsInternational Undergraduate Scholarships

The School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences will award a maximum of two International Undergraduate Scholarships in each Undergraduate Program each year, to commencing Fee Paying Overseas Students.

Students must be enrolled in one of the following Undergraduate Degree Programs to gain one of the scholarships as listed:

Bachelor of Pharmacy
Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine
Bachelor of Nutrition and Food Sciences
Bachelor of Pharmaceutical Sciences
Bachelor of Medical Sciences

Scholarships will be awarded on the basis of academic excellence to outstanding students. Applicants must have attained the necessary entry requirements as outlined in the current University 'Programs, Fees and Entry Requirements for International Students' booklet.

Scholarships are valued at 25% of the total program tuition fees.

Students will be selected on merit and are expected to maintain satisfactory performance throughout the duration of their degree program, including, where appropriate, honours (as defined in University policy).

Additional application information and key dates

Value: 25% of the total Program tuition fees for the duration of the original program that the student has enrolled in to.

Closing date: second Friday in February each year (Please note: This scholarship may not be offered every year).

For more information contact:
Senior Academic Services Officer
School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
Level 4 Playford Building
City East Campus
Email: pharmacy.medicalsciences@unisa.edu.au

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Margaret E Pank First Year Nursing Grant

The Margaret E Pank First Year Nursing Grant has been established through a gift from the Pank family. The grant will be offered to commencing students enrolled full time in the first year of the Bachelor of Nursing program (IBNU), and will enable the recipients to fund a Senior First Aid Course and purchase appropriate professional attire (uniform and shoes) and text books.

Applicants must reside in South Australia and be Australian citizens or permanent residents. They must also provide evidence of financial disadvantage and a written statement (max. 500 words) with their application outlining their career goals and future plans and how the grant will help them achieve their ambitions. Details of financial disadvantage should also be included in the written statement.

The grant will be awarded on the basis of financial hardship, academic merit (ATAR), a written statement, and an interview.

Students in receipt of another Pank family scholarship, grant or prize are not eligible to apply for this grant.

Value: The total value of the grant is $1,000. Payment will be made after the Study Period 2 census date.

For more information please contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for economically disadvantaged studentsScholarship for continuing studentsMargaret E Pank Nursing Scholarship

The Margaret E Pank Nursing Scholarship will be offered for a two year period to South Australian students enrolled full time in the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing program (IBNU).

Applicants must provide evidence of financial disadvantage and a supporting statement with their application outlining their career and personal aspirations and how the scholarship will assist them in achieving their goals. Details of financial disadvantage should also be included in the written statement.

The recipient must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia.

Applicants who are in receipt of another Pank family scholarship, grant or prize are not eligible to apply for this scholarship.

Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview conducted by the Selection Panel. In exceptional circumstances, applicants may be interviewed via a teleconference.

The scholarships will be awarded on the basis of financial hardship, academic merit, a supporting statement and an interview.

Value: Up to $4,000. Recipients will receive an annual payment of $2,000 made in two instalments of $1,000 after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates provided they continue to meet the scholarship criteria and maintain satisfactory academic performance.

For more information contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Mary Potter Foundation Palliative Care Grant

The Mary Potter Foundation supports specialised palliative and end of life care, unique support programs, education and research for people with life limiting illnesses and their families.

The Mary Potter Foundation Palliative Care Grant aims to introduce students to holistic approaches to their practice of care, enabling them to provide culturally sensitive and high quality coordinated care to seriously ill and dying patients and their families in a variety of settings (be it in-hospital or ambulatory; rural or urban). The Grant will create opportunities for career development for students in palliative care nursing.

One grant valued at $1,000 is available to full-time students who are undertaking their second year of the Bachelor of Nursing (IBNU) program and eligible to enroll in Nursing Context of Practice (NURS3045) in the third year of their program.

Applicants must demonstrate an interest in palliative care as a career and, in their studies, must choose the Palliative Care Specialisation when they undertake Nursing Contexts of Practice (NURS 3045) in the third year of their program. Applicants must also be willing to undertake a placement at the Mary Potter Hospice during their 8 week Experiential Learning Activity: Extension to Practice Practicum 4 (NURS 3042)and, if the opportunity arises, be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work that nurses do in palliative care.

Applicants will be asked to provide a written statement of 500 words detailing their career objectives, their interest in palliative care and how the grant will assist them in achieving their goals.
Selection will be based on academic merit and a written statement.

Value: $1,000. Payment will be made in two instalments of $500 after the Study Period 2 and Study Period 5 census dates provided the recipient continues to meet the grant criteria and maintains satisfactory academic progress.

For more information please contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for new studentsNursing Year 12 Undergraduate Scholarship

Awarded to the highest ranked Year 12 student choosing the Bachelor of Nursing, program offered by the Division of Health Sciences at City East, as their first SATAC preference in the January admission period, based on their Australian Tertiary Admissions Rank (ATAR).

The scholarship will cover the upfront HECS liability over the three years of the Bachelor of Nursing program, provided the recipient maintains satisfactory progress. The scholarship would be extended to cover the HECS liability for scholarship holders electing to continue immediately to the Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) after the completion of their initial Bachelor of Nursing.

Value: Upfront HECS liability over the three years of the Bachelor of Nursing program.

For more information contact:
Program Support Officer
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au 

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Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Indigenous Nursing Scholarship

The Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Indigenous Nursing Scholarship is available to full-time Indigenous students who are undertaking their second year of the Bachelor of Nursing program. Applicants must have a genuine interest in aged care as a career and in their studies within the context of the needs of services for older Indigenous people; and be prepared to undertake a placement at Resthaven or an Indigenous specific service established for older Indigenous people during their program. Applicants must choose the Aged Care Specialisation when they undertake Experiential Learning Activity - Practicum 3 in the third year of their program. Applicants must also be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work that nurses do in aged care. Applicants will be asked to provide evidence of financial disadvantage and a written statement detailing their career objectives, their interest in aged care and how the scholarship will assist them in achieving their goals. Recipients will be selected on the basis of financial disadvantage, academic merit (minimum GPA 4.5), a personal written statement and performance at an interview.

Value: Up to $10,000. $5,000 per annum will be paid in two instalments of $2,500, after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates, over a period of two years. Payments are subject to satisfactory academic performance.

For more information contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Third Year Nursing Grant

The Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Third Year Nursing Grants are available to full-time students who are undertaking their third year of the Bachelor of Nursing program. Applicants must demonstrate an interest in aged care as a career and in their studies and must choose the Aged Care Specialisation when they undertake Experiential Learning Activity - Practicum 3 during their program. Applicants must also be willing to undertake a placement at Resthaven during their program if the opportunity arises and be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work that nurses do in aged care. Applicants will be asked to provide a written statement detailing their career objectives, their interest in aged care and how the grant will assist them in achieving their goals. Preference may be given to students who are studying nursing at a regional campus and they are encouraged to apply. Recipients will be selected on the basis of academic merit (minimum GPA 4.5), a personal written statement and performance at an interview.

Value: $5,000 paid in two instalments of $2,500 after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates. Payment is subject to satisfactory academic progress.

For more information contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2152
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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Rural Reconnect Grant

These grants are available to students from a rural or isolated area who have relocated to Adelaide to study full-time and are undertaking a professional experience placement in one the following disciplines: Education, Health Sciences, Nursing or Midwifery.

Applicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be financially disadvantaged and have lived in a rural or isolated area for at least four years prior to commencing university. Applicants must be undertaking their placement in a rural area in the year that they apply for the grant.

Please note that the grants will not be awarded retrospectively. Applicants must not have completed their placement prior to the application closing date.

Applicants must provide a personal written statement detailing the location and duration of their rural placement and their future career goals. Preference may be given to applicants who are undertaking a rural placement greater than four consecutive weeks. Applicants who are receiving financial assistance from the University Department of Rural Health are not eligible to apply. Applicants who have previously been in receipt of a Rural Reconnect Grant are not eligible to apply.

Recipients will be selected on the basis of demonstrated financial disadvantage, academic merit (GPA) and a personal written statement. Recipients will also be invited to participate in research and evaluation.

Value: $1,000

For more information contact:
Chris Crabbe
Marketing and Development Unit
Tel: (08) 8302 7634
Email: chris.crabbe@unisa.edu.au 

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Rural Vacation Research Bursary Program

The Centre for Rural Health and Community Development (CRHaCD) is a UniSA funded research centre and a joint venture between the UniSA Centre for Regional Engagement (CRE) and the Spencer Gulf Rural Health School (SGRHS). It is offering up to four bursaries to encourage students to gain some research experience working with established researchers at the Whyalla campus of UniSA during the summer vacation.

The bursaries provide an opportunity for students of health and related disciplines (e.g. Social Work) to live and work in the country for an extended period during the summer vacation. Students will work as part of research teams on existing research projects underway at the Whyalla campus. CRHaCD areas of interest include population and public health, Aboriginal health, health program evaluation, community development (health) social care and palliative care. Bursaries will be offered for a minimum of four weeks between November and February. Undergraduate students or students in Graduate Entry programs offered by the UniSA division of Health Sciences or studying nursing in Whyalla are eligible to apply.

Conditions and Criteria:

Value: The bursary provides a travel subsidy of up to $150 for bus fare or own vehicle fuel. Furnished accommodation will be provided for the entire stay at no cost to students. Students will also receive a living allowance of $350.00 per week for the duration of the placement.

The SGRHS will meet all costs associated with the specific project including project travel expenses and costs associated with other directed activities (e.g. cultural awareness field trips).

Closing date: 30 September each year

For more information contact:
Mr Chris Thompson
Lecturer: Rural pharmacy
Spencer Gulf Rural Health School
Tel: (08) 8647 8103
Fax: (08) 8644 3199
Email: christopher.thompson@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for continuing studentsSA Pathology Regional Scholarship

SA Pathology will fund two scholarships to students in the fourth year of Bachelor of Laboratory Medicine.

To be eligible:

Scholarship recipients will be required to take take up to12 months appointment in a regional SA Pathology laboratory as negotiated with the Head Regional Services (SA Pathology).

Value: $5,000

Application Form (PDF 145 KB)

Closing date: refer to Application Form

For more information contact:
Senior Academic Services Officer
School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
Level 4 Playford Building
City East Campus
Tel: (08) 8302 2391
Fax: (08) 8302 2389
Email: pharmacy.medicalsciences@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for continuing studentsSansom Institute Vacation Grants

This grant is intended to encourage students to gain experience in research and to form links with staff within the Sansom Institute, adjunct appointments and with collaborating institutions.

Each grant will support a student to undertake a 6 week project involving health or medical based research. Students may be placed in any research grouping of the Sansom Institute or at a collaborating institution.

The grant is open to students who have successfully completed a minimum of the second year of any undergraduate program offered within the Division of Health Sciences or the Bachelor of Science program at UniSA.

Application Form (WORD 48KB)

Value: up to $2,500

For more information contact:
Kellie La Fontaine 
Sansom Institute Manager
Division of Health Sciences
Tel: (08) 8302 1225
Email: kellie.lafontaine@unisa.edu.au

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St Andrew's Hospital Nursing Experiential Learning Grant

Five grants valued at $1,000 each are available to 3rd year Bachelor of Nursing students who are studying full time and undertaking 2 x 8 week field placements.

Recipients will be selected on financial disadvantage, academic merit and a personal written statement. Applicants must provide a written statement (max 500 words) demonstrating their passion for nursing, career goals, and how undertaking the field placements will result in financial disadvantage. Recipients must be willing to undertake a field placement at St Andrew's Hospital. 

Value: $1,000 paid in two instalments of $500 after the Study Period 2 and 5 census dates provided the recipient continues to meet the scholarship conditions and maintains satisfactory academic progress.

For more information contact:
Scholarships and Prizes Officer
School of Nursing and Midwifery
Tel: (08) 8302 2756
Email: NursingScholarships.enquiries@unisa.edu.au

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SHPA Student Research and Development Grant

The grant will be awarded to encourage student participation in pharmacy practice research. Open to 4th year Pharmacy students who are currently (or previously) undertaking a research project in an area relevant to pharmacy practice. This will not be restricted to Pharmacy Honours students.

Information and Application Form (DOC 32KB)

Value: $500

For more information contact:
Senior Academic Services Officer
School of Pharmacy and Medical Science
Tel: (08) 8302 2391
Email: pharmacy.medicalsciences@unisa.edu.au

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Scholarship for continuing studentsSpencer Gulf Rural Health School (SGRHS) Honours Research Bursaries

SGRHS is offering four honours Bursaries to encourage research on topics related to rural, regional or remote health or Aboriginal health.

To be eligible to apply for the scholarships, students must:

Applicants will be assessed on academic merit. Bursary will not be offered if there are no suitable applicants.

Each scholarship will provide:

Recipients are required to:

Value: $4,000 for the year plus assistance with travel, accommodation and project costs

Closing date: 30 November each year

For more information contact:
Dr Gillian Laven
Research Fellow
Spencer Gulf Rural Health School (SGRHS)
Tel: (08) 8303 6484
Fax: (08) 8303 3511
Email: gillian.laven@adelaide.edu.au

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UniSA-ANU Joint Bachelor of Medical Science Grant

Up to fifteen (15) Grants will be awarded to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Science program to assist in undertaking either the 2nd or 3rd year of study of the Bachelor of Medical Science at the Australian National University (ANU) in order to obtain the joint UniSA-ANU Bachelor of Medical Science degree. 

Value: Grants are up to the value of $10,000 to cover the cost of accommodation in a residential college at ANU and a return airline ticket between Adelaide and Canberra.

Application Form is available here.

For more information contact:
Senior Academic Services Officer
School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences
Email: pharmacy.medicalsciences@unisa.edu.au
Web: School of Pharmacy and Medical Sciences

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University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) Honours Research Scholarship

University Department of Rural Health (UDRH) Honours Research Scholarship
UDRH is offering four Honours Scholarships to encourage research on topics related to rural, regional or remote health or Aboriginal health.

To be eligible to apply for the scholarships, students must:

Each scholarship will provide:

Recipients are required to:

UDRH Honours Research Scholarship Information (303KB PDF)
UDRH Honours Research Scholarship Application Form (76.5KB DOC)

Value: $4,000 for the year plus assistance with travel, accommodation and project costs

Closing date: 30 November each year

Applicants will be assessed on academic merit. Scholarship will not be offered if there are no suitable applicants.

For more information contact:
Dr Gary Misan
Associate Research Professor, Centre for Rural Health and Community Development (UniSA) and Acting Executive Manager of UDRH University Department of Rural Health
Tel: (08) 8647 6011
Fax: (08) 8647 8156
Email: gary.misan@unisa.edu.au 

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