Get back to the NSW BUSH with 2014 Rural Resident Medical Officer Cadetship, Applications close August 26th!

Are you from NSW and in 2nd year of your MBBS?
Love the Bush, and $15000/year?
Then this is for you:

The NSW Rural Doctors Network (RDN), on behalf of the NSW Department of Health, is offering 12 Cadetships to medical students interested in undertaking a medical career in rural NSW. Cadets receive up to $30,000 during their medical degree and in return work for two years in a rural NSW Base Hospital within the first three years following graduation.  The hospitals are: Wagga Wagga, Orange, Dubbo, Tamworth and Albury (all of them are awesome places to be!).


  • Be MBBS II in 2013, 
  • Completed Year 12 in NSW.
  • Cadets cannot already hold a RAMUS or MRBS. 

The Cadetship also offers additional benefits including a relocation grant when moving to a rural location, subsidised attendance at RDN conferences, subsidised attendance at the annual RDN cadet weekend at one of the locations for rural service and mentoring and support through RDN.

More details and application form can be found at the NSW Rural Doctors Network website: and go to the ‘RDN Scholarships’ web page in the ‘Students & Scholarships menu’.
Direct link

Hurry applications close Monday 26 August 2013.  

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