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The Rural Australia Medical Undergraduate Scholarship (RAMUS) Scheme, funded by the Australian Government is designed to offset some of the additional costs borne by medical students from rural, regional or remote Australia. Successful applicants will receive un-bonded scholarships worth $10,000 a year while completing a standard medical degree at their chosen university. RAMUS scholarship holders have opportunities to gain experience of rural medical practice through a mentorship program which pairs them with experienced rural doctors.
The Bendigo and Adelaide Bank Scholarship aims to assist outstanding but disadvantaged students, from a rural or regional area, that have been offered a full time place at an Australian university or college for the first time. Award value is approx. $5000 per annum and may be continued depending on academic performance.
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A donation from the Department Education in conjunction with Flinders University has enabled the establishment of the Sir Eric Neal Scholarship. The aim of the scholarship is to provide financial assistance to regional and rural undergraduate students undertaking an engineering degree at Flinders University. The value of this scholarship awarded is $2,500 per year for up to four years. There will be one scholarship awarded annually.
Snooze proudly supports young students to become tomorrow's leaders and pave the way forward in industry and the community. For many, a higher education can redefine one’s future and help in reaching their full potential and seeing themselves and family prosper in a highly dynamic and changing Australian industry.
The Snooze Scholarship will award one deserving individual a $3,000 AUD voucher, or multiple vouchers equalling to $3,000 AUD total, to put towards university related expenses. The lucky winner will be able to submit their preference for voucher supplier.
A generous donation from the Sophia Fund, has enabled the establishment of the Sophia Fund Indigenous Bursaries. Subject to the availability of funds, two bursaries will be awarded annually and will be valued at $500 each. They have been established to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake a higher education course.
The Study Overseas Short Term Mobility Program subsidy is funded by the Department of Education and Training to encourage participation in nominated short term mobility programs. The subsidy will contribute towards the cost of economy class international airfares and domestic travel with the nominated program, and additional living expenses while in-country including accommodation and meals associated. Subject to the availability of funding, one or more subsidies valued at up to $2,000 each may be awarded each year.
The scholarship will provide financial assistance to penultimate year students in engineering or technical disciplines with an interest in sugar processing. Successful recipients will undertake three periods of full-time paid work placement in an Australian sugar mill over 18 months (12 weeks total).
This scholarship is a memorial to Terry Roberts’s great compassion, empathy and commitment for Aboriginal people. The scholarship is intended to assist Aboriginal people to undertake full time undergraduate study at a South Australian university by providing financial assistance towards meeting living and study-related costs. The value of the scholarship is $2,000 per annum. The scholarship is available for a period up to four years (a maximum of $8,000).
The Carmel Baulderstone Memorial Scholarship will be established from 2014. The scholarship is designed to provide assistance to undergraduate nursing students admitted to the Bachelor of Nursing at Flinders University and enrolled in the second or third year of the course to undertake a Professional Experience Placement at a School of Nursing & Midwifery-approved clinical education facility in a rural or remote setting.
The scholarships will provide a contribution towards a living allowance and travel costs, and will be offered to three students annually to the value of $2000 each.
Wimdu are excited to award a scholarship fund of $2000 to a promising student, who has a keen interest in taking up a career in the travel industry. The Wimdu Scholarship was created in order to recognise and develop the sort of skills that are fundamental to succeeding in the travel and business sectors.
Since its launch in March 2011, Wimdu has grown exponentially to become a leading online platform in the travel industry, providing private accommodation around the world to suit every taste and budget. We are an international team of professionals with a wide-range of talents and experience, all sharing the same passion for business excellence and travel.
Flinders Living has established the University Hall Rural Scholarship for Continuing Students. The scholarship is available to students continuing to reside in University Hall. Subject to the availability of funds there will be one annual scholarship valued at $1,000 which will be credited to the recipient's Accommodation Fee account at Flinders Living.
A generous donation by Dr Vic Beasley has enabled the establishment of the Vic Beasley Bursary. The bursary has been established to encourage financially disadvantaged students who have participated in the Flinders University Foundation Course to undertake higher education. Subject to the availability of funds, the bursary will be awarded annually and will be valued at $500.
Wyndham Richardson Scholarship Fund (WRSF) is able to to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students residing in University Hall or the Deirdre Jordan Village.