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The aim of this Bursary is to assist women to undertake and complete higher degrees in Dentistry or some allied field, either via coursework or research.
The Aboriginal Health Scholarship Program, in partnership with Australian Rotary Health, aims to increase the number of professionally qualified Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people working in the South Australian health sector.
Each year, the Department for Health and Ageing awards scholarships to eligible Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people on behalf of the Minister for Health. The program supports students studying towards a health qualification at a degree level (or higher) in areas such as, but not limited to:
> MedicineRegistered Nursing
> Allied Health (Social Work, Psychology, Occupational Therapy, Physiotherapy, Podiatry)
> Health promotion
> Environmental health
Successful applicants will receive a scholarship of up to $5,000 per academic year (for full time study) paid in instalments and adjusted according to actual study load. Scholarship payments are made on the receipt of enrolment and results.
Study Grants are available for Australian Indigenous and Torres Strait Islander students of the University of South Australia and Flinders University who are enrolled full-time or part-time in a postgraduate or Medical degree and are permanent residents of South Australia. Recipients will be determined by the Selection Committee of the Aboriginal Advancement League based upon both grade point average and economic need of the student. The grants will be offered for the life of the recipient's program, for a maximum of two years for full-time students. The number of grants awarded each year is dependent on the income generated by the Aboriginal Advancement League Fund.
The Advanced Focus Scholarship in Engineering was established in 2015. The scholarship recognises and supports rural and remote students enrolled in Engineering at Flinders University. Recipients of the scholarship will receive $1250 annually for up to 2 years.
Source of funds
The scholarship has been established through the generous support of Advanced Focus, a leading Australian-owned process solutions specialist that provides consulting, training and engineering services that deliver 'game-changing' results for its customers. Advanced Focus is committed to the industry and offer scholarship recipients networking opportunities to broaden their professional knowledge and experience.
The CSIRO's Undergraduate Vacation scholarships scheme is run over the summer holidays and offers promising, advanced undergraduate students the opportunity of collaborating with leading CSIRO scientists using world class facilities.
The AJ and IM Naylon Honours Scholarship provides financial assistance to undergraduate students enrolled in an honours program offered by Flinders University and undertaking a research project relevant to Australian agriculture, particularly in the areas of biodiversity and conservation, biotechnology, environmental health, environmental protection and inland aquaculture. Six scholarships valued at $7,000 each will be awarded annually. The scholarship is available for the normal duration of the Honours year (one year full-time or two years part-time).
The Amy Forwood Travelling Award is valued at $400. This award is available only to the holder of a Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship to provide, in addition to the return economy class air fare provided by the fellowship, an allowance for living expenses. No more than two awards will be made in any one year. An application for the Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship will constitute an application for this award. More information and application forms can be obtained from the Higher Degree Administration and Scholarships Office, or the scholarships website.
The Austin Taylor Indigenous NT Medical Program Scholarship has been established to support the retention and successful graduation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students as health professionals. Subject to the availability of funds, a minimum of one scholarship with a minimum value of $750 may be awarded each year.
The purpose of this scholarship is to support high achieving students commencing a Bachelor of Engineering (Maritime) (Honours) degree. The scholarship is funded by a donation from EJC Carr & Associates.
Number of scholarships
One scholarship will be available per annum, subject to funding.
Each scholarship will have a value of $2000.
Applications will be accepted from part-time students who have extenuating circumstances that prevent them from studying full-time (e.g. disabilities, carer responsibilities). Part-time recipients will be paid pro-rata for a maximum of 2 years.
The scholarship will be awarded on the basis of academic merit. Selection will be made in accordance with procedures approved by the Director, Student Administration.
The scholarship will be valid for one year.
Leave from the scholarship can be taken concurrently with leave from study for a maximum of one semester.
Applications should be submitted online through the Flinders University Student Information System by the specified closing date.
Applications should be submitted online through the Flinders University Student System by the specified closing date.
The BankSA Travelling Award is valued at $625. This award is available only to the holder of a Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship to provide, with the intention of providing assistance with living expenses for recipients of the Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship. An application for the Flinders University Overseas Travelling Fellowship will constitute an application for this award. More information and application forms can be obtained from the Higher Degree Administration and Scholarships Office, or the scholarships website.
These bursaries are funded by a donation by Mr Basil Taliangis AM, a Companion of the University and have been established to encourage financially disadvantaged students attending secondary schools in the Adelaide metropolitan area or outer suburbs to undertake a higher education course. Subject to the availability of funds, two bursaries will be awarded annually. The value of each bursary will be $500.
The Catherine Bonnes AM Scholarship has been established by the Broken Hill & District Hearing Resource Centre Inc., with the view of assisting Deaf and hard of hearing people to further their education by undertaking post-secondary studies.
The Charlie Perkins Scholarship Trust offers two annual scholarships to talented Indigenous Australians for postgraduate study at either the University of Oxford or University of Cambridge in the United Kingdom. The scholarships cover full tuition, travel and living expenses. The scholarships are directed at Indigenous Australians who have the potential to become leaders in their chosen fields and in their communities. The value of each Perkins Scholarship will vary, depending on the scholarship-holder's course of study, for up to three years. It will cover full university and college fees, travel costs and an annual stipend to cover living expenses.