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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.
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 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 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.
Generous donations to honour the contribution made by Cheryl Ann Keatley to aged care and continence education have enabled the establishment of the Cheryl Ann Keatley Scholarship.
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage postgraduate training in incontinence nursing by providing financial assistance to students undertaking the Graduate Certificate in Primary Health Care (Aged Care) or the Graduate Diploma in Nursing (Aged Care) or the Master of Nursing (Aged Care). Subject to the availability of funds, there will be one scholarship valued at $1,000 awarded annually.
The Flinders Business School recognises students with high academic performance and the potential to make a leading contribution to Flinders University and our growing community of international students worldwide. The Flinders Business School are offering eligible international students a 15% partial fee scholarship for the duration of their course at Flinders University.
The Australian-American Fulbright Commission is pleased to announce the Fulbright Future Scholarships – our most generous scholarship program ever. The new scholarship program seeks to improve the health, wellbeing, and prosperity of Australians by funding innovative, impact-focused projects. Fulbright Future Scholarships will fund projects that aim to advance cutting-edge applied science, kick start innovative business collaborations that foster the creation of new jobs, and further the development of impact-driven emergent technologies.
Flinders University administers the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships on behalf of the Australian Government. The purpose of the Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships is to provide financial assistance to suitably qualified indigenous students. Two types of scholarships are available: Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarship and Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarship. In 2012 the scholarship value will be $2,377 per annum. Indigenous Commonwealth Education Costs Scholarships are available for a maximum of 4 years. Enabling Indigenous Commonwealth Education Scholarships are available for a maximum of 1 year. Further details are available on the application form.
The Lesley Shorne Memorial Scholarship was established in 2011. The Scholarship will recognise and support a mature age woman commencing a Doctor of Medicine in a Commonwealth supported place at Flinders University. The Scholarship aims to support a woman who has a demonstrated commitment to improving the well-being of women through their involvement as a volunteer, through work or study in the areas of Health, Education Safety, Social Justice, Poverty or Advocacy. The successful Lesley Shorne Scholar will receive $1000 annually for up to 4 years.
Applicants for the Lillian de Lissa Scholarship are invited from permanent and contract (2 years minimum) employees of the Department of Education who are working with children aged (birth to 8 years). The scholarship is available to persons with a qualification in early childhood education (birth to 8 years) who wish to undertake postgraduate studies in early childhood. The Lillian de Lissa Full Scholarship is to a maximum of $36,000 (tax exempt). The purpose of the scholarship is to enable the applicant to take leave from employment to complete postgraduate research in early childhood education leading to a higher degree.