The CRANAplus Undergraduate Remote Placement Scholarship – click here to visit the website.
Each year CRANAplus offers a number of scholarships, providing financial assistance of up to $1000 per successful applicant. The scholarship specifically targets undergraduate students studying in an Australian University who have a genuine interest in remote health. The purpose of the scholarships is to assist with travel costs, meals and accommodation incurred by a student undertaking a placement in a remote area of Australia and its external Territories.
Nursing & Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS)– click here to visit the SARRAH site.
Services for Australian Rural and Remote Allied Health (SARRAH) administers the allied health streams, while the Australian College of Nurses administers the nursing arm of the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme (NAHSSS). SARRAH manages five allied health scholarship streams under the NAHSSS. These are:
- Undergraduate (Entry-Level) Scholarship for students from remote and rural areas to study allied health.
- Clinical Placement Scholarship – value of up to $11,000, maximum 6 week placement.
- Postgraduate Scholarship for allied health professionals providing a clinical service to continue on to postgraduate study.
- Continuing Professional Development Scholarship for short courses and conferences.
- Clinical Psychology Scholarship supports students applying to commence or already enrolled in a clinical psychology postgraduate course in Australia.
Towards Allied Health Rural Placement Scholarships (TAHRPS)
TAHPRS is a scholarship scheme run by TROHPIQ and supported by SARRAH; it’s a $500 bursary intended to help with some of the costs associated with undertaking a rural placement. In exchange, TAHRPS scholars provide a reflection on their rural experience upon completion. Reflections will be published on the TROHPIQ website, where students considering a rural placement can access reflections from a particular discipline or location.
Date applications open TBA (watch for an announcement!)
Click here to find out more and to read reports from previous TAHRPS scholars.