Nursing Scholarships in Australia
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Choosing to study a university degree can be one of, if not the most significant financial investment you will make. It will often determine who you will be, and the career pathway you will take. Making this decision is hard enough, than having to worry about how you will finance your nursing education. The government offers a number of ways for you to support your studies, the most common of which is a student loan. However, accumulating a massive debt, doesn’t need to be the only option. Numerous institutions from around Australia offer a range of different nursing scholarships that can help you pay your tuition fees.

With over 100 scholarships to choose from, we have have collated the most comprehensive list nursing and health scholarships. Spanning each education level, you find everything from full scholarships, to supplementary allowances. Some even ward up to 90 different people with the same scholarship!

Don’t pay for your education if your don’t have to. If you’re thinking about studying a nursing course, apply to these scholarships below and put yourself in a better financial position when you graduate.

NameEligibilityAmountQuantityLevelYearsWhereAbout
Dora Lush Biomedical Postgraduate Research ScholarshipApplicants must have achieved their most recent qualification in the last 5 years, and be proposing to undertake study in the biomedical field. For full eligibility see the Funding Rules, Section 6.$ 2628897Masters or higher3AUSThese scholarships are designed to actively encourage applicants from graduates of outstanding ability whose pathway to PhD studies has been subject to significant interruption or delay. Applicants in this category will need to demonstrate that they have achieved their most recent academic qualification at least 5 years and that during that 5 year period, their pathway to biomedical PhD studies has been interrupted or delayed.
Clinical Research Postgraduate ScholarshipApplicants can be Australian citizens who are medical or dental graduates currently registered to practice within Australia (medical graduates can also apply during their intern year and Dental Scholarships may be awarded prior to graduation provided that evidence of high quality work is shown), or medical or dental graduates from overseas who are Australian permanent residents registered to practise in Australia. Those ineligible to apply are applicants in the final year of an honours degree, and applicants already in receipt of an Australian Postgraduate Award or equivalent Australian government-funded scholarship. Recent graduates, as well as those who are undergoing further clinical training, are encouraged to apply. Applications will be considered in all relevant health-related disciplines including social and behavioural sciences. Renewal is dependent on satisfactory progress.Dependant60Masters or higher3AUSClinical Research Postgraduate Scholarships are designed to encourage research training for medical and dental graduates.
Public Health and Health Services Research Postgraduate ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens who have already completed a degree within the area of public health, or graduates in related areas who are from overseas and have permanent resident status and are currently residing in Australia. Tenure is dependent on satisfactory progress.Dependant35Masters or higher3AUSPublic Health and Health Services Research Postgraduate Scholarships are for graduates to obtain formal training in public health and health services research through an approved tertiary institution.
George Alexander Foundation BursariesApplicants must be undertaking a Education or Nursing course, and be studying at the Ballarat campus. Students must be undertaking a placement.$ 250010Bachelors or higherxVIC , ACTEstablished in 2007 by the George Alexander Foundation, founded by the late industrialist and philanthropist George Alexander AM, for the purpose of assisting students with expenses relating to the professional experience component of their course.
TQEH Research Foundation Scholarship: HonoursApplicants must be eligible to enrol in an Honours Degree with any University in South Australia. A student can only hold a TQEH Research Foundation Honours Research Scholarship if they do not simultaneously hold another Honours Scholarship. International applicants must hold a valid student visa.$ 40008Bachelor Degree (Honours)1SAThe Basil Hetzel Institute (BHI) is committed to expanding the pool of research scholars at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital (TQEH). As an incentive to attracting students, the BHI offers a number of scholarships funded by TQEH Research Foundation.
Hail Creek Mine CQUniversity ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be continuously enrolled as a full-time student in both the first and second year of a Bachelor or Associate Degree qualification within the disciplines of Science, Engineering, Business, Nursing or Information Technology at the University's Mackay campus, have their primary residence in the Mackay Whitsunday region in the year prior to application, currently reside within the Mackay Whitsunday region and be residing in that region during the duration of the scholarship unless enrolled in a program that requires the second year of study to be undertaken at the University's Rockhampton Campus, and not hold another scholarship of equivalent or more substantial benefit. Continuing eligibility will be dependent upon successful achievement of a GPA of 5 or above. Selection is based on the ability to succeed, including academic history and work experience, relevant interests and career aspirations on graduation.$ 40007Bachelor Degree2QLDHail Creek Mine CQUniversity Scholarship Program is a strategic partnership between CQUniversity Mackay and Hail Creek Mine designed to help counter the skills shortage in the Mackay area.
TQEH Research Foundation Postgraduate Research ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, or overseas students holding a valid student visa, be medical or dental graduates eligible for registration in South Australia, or an appropriately qualified science graduates or health professionals eligible for enrolment in a university higher degree, be undertaking a master or doctoral degree as full-time students, and negotiate a research training place and an appropriate supervisor within a TQEH Department. Applicants are ineligible if they have completed a degree at the same, or higher, level, are receiving another equivalent award, scholarship or salary to undertake the proposed study (i.e. greater than 75 per cent of the base TQEH Research Foundation Postgraduate Research Scholarship stipend rate).$ 262887Masters or higher3SAThe scholarship scheme is an application-based, competitive program that enables postgraduate students with research promise to undertake a higher degree at an institution of higher education. It is made possible through the valuable and continuing support of The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Research Foundation.
Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences Honours ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be currently completing (or have completed) an appropriate undergraduate qualification, or be currently competing (or have completed) 108 units of the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours), be commencing an honours program or the fourth year of the Bachelor of Biotechnology (Honours) offered by Flinders University within the Faculty of Health Sciences, in either semester 1 or semester 2 of the year of the award, and have as their principal supervisor a staff member of, or a holder of full academic status in, the School of Medicine, School of Nursing and Midwifery, or the School of Health Sciences.$ 25005Bachelor Degree (Honours)1SAThe Faculty of Health Sciences has established these scholarships to provide financial assistance to undergraduate students undertaking an honours research project in the School of Medicine or the School of Nursing and Midwifery, or the School of Health Sciences, Faculty of Medicine, Nursing and Health Sciences, at Flinders University.
Casella Wines Health Science ScholarshipApplicants must be commencing first year in Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (major Medical Imaging), Bachelor of Medical Radiation Science (major Nuclear Medicine) or Bachelor of Nursing at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga campus, and have completed the majority of their high school education within the Riverina region, possess a sound academic achievement.Dependant5Bachelor Degree3NSW
George Alexander Foundation ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, be studying at the Ballarat campus, be from a rural/regional Victoria, be first year undergraduate students, and have attained a minimum ATAR ranking of 75 or equivalent.Dependant5Bachelor Degree4VICEstablished in 2007 by the George Alexander Foundation (GAF), founded by the late industrialist and philanthropist George Alexander AM, for the purpose of assisting outstanding rural students especially those demonstrating exceptional leadership potential and community participation, to achieve their undergraduate educational goals at the Ballarat Campus successfully.
St Andrew's Hospital Nursing Experiential Learning GrantApplicants must be enrolled full-time in the third year of the Bachelor of Nursing at UniSA, be undertaking 2 x 8-week field placements, and be willing to undertake a field placement at St Andrew's Hospital. Selection is based on financial disadvantage, academic merit and a personal written statement.$ 10005Bachelor Degree1SAThe grants are provided to assist nursing students with the costs of undertaking field placements.
BMA Indigenous Scholarship ProgramApplicants must be entering their first year or second year of study at CQUniversity in a bachelor degree that will contribute towards alleviating the skills shortages in the specified region (excluding engineering and mining related areas), be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled at CQUniversity, be studying a full-time course load (18 credit points or more) each term (Term 1 & 2), not be receiving another Donor Funded Scholarship, provide evidence that they belong to one of the recognised Indigenous Traditional Owner groups in BMA's footprint or identify as Indigenous, provide evidence that they or their parents reside permanently in either Moranbah, Emerald, Capella, Dysart, Blackwater, Sarina, Hay Point, or Gladstone, following the specific postcodes 4680, 4717, 4720, 4723, 4737, 4740, 4744, 4745.$ 50005Bachelor Degree4QLDThe BMA Community Scholarship Program and BMA Indigenous Scholarship Program, provided by BHP Billiton Mitsubishi Alliance (BMA), aim to encourage participation in tertiary education at CQUniversity Australia, particularly in programs which will increase vital skills, knowledge and community development in the communities where BMA operates including Moranbah, Emerald, Capella, Dysart and Blackwater. These scholarships were developed in partnership between CQUniversity and BMA to address skills shortages in the Bowen Basin region, helping to develop skilled professionals who study, live and work in the region and ultimately contribute to their communities. While the key study areas for this scholarship include medical science and nursing, allied health, business and education, applications are encouraged from prospective students wishing to study in any area which is not mining or engineering related. Successful applicants for the BMA Community Scholarship Program and BMA Indigenous Scholarship Program will be able to demonstrate community involvement and a future desire to contribute to the communities where BMA operates. Selection is not based on academic merit.
Calvary John James Hospital Excellence in Nursing/Paramedicine ScholarshipsApplicants must be domestic students, be studying at the Canberra campus, be enrolled full-time in the first year of Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedicine.$ 25004Bachelor Degree1ACTCalvary John James Hospital is the largest private hospital in the ACT, located in the prestigious suburb of Deakin. The hospital comprises acute and medical services to a regional population of 518,000. Calvary John James provides the only private maternity unit on the south side of Canberra with a special care nursery. The Scholarship was established in 2015 by Calvary with a vision to encourage students to pursue their passion in Health Care. The Scholarship will support fresh school leavers to study Nursing/Paramedicine at ACU's Canberra campus.
Henzell Rural and Remote Nursing BursaryApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders, be full-time or part-time students enrolled in the third year of a Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery, and be undertaking a clinical placement in a rural or remote location. Selection is based on academic merit.$ 12504Bachelor Degree1QLDEstablished in 2014, the Henzell Rural and Remote Nursing Bursaries will be awarded to students who are in their third year of undergraduate study in either a Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery degree to support the undertaking of a rural and remote Nursing placement.
Coal and Allied Community Development Fund ScholarshipApplicants must be enrolled in any year of an undergraduate degree or enabling program (Yapug, Open Foundation or Newstep) at the University of Newcastle, have completed high school or secondary college at a secondary institution based in Singleton, Muswellbrook or the Upper Hunter, be enrolled full-time (part-time allowable for Open Foundation students), Demonstrate academic progress either by an Australian Tertiary Admission Rank (ATAR) or equivalent of a pass level or higher, or a Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0. If not applicable for Enabling students, enrolment will suffice to meet this criteria, demonstrate that your ability to study is affected, or will be affected, by financial hardship or other educational disadvantage, not have previously completed a degree, not be the recipient of another UON Donor funded or sponsored scholarship concurrently, and be an Australian Citizen or permanent resident.$ 50003Bachelor Degree2NSWThe scholarships was established in 2006 to provide students with an understanding Coal & Allied's commitment to education pathways and opportunities through the University of Newcastle, and to demonstrate that the community, the University of Newcastle and industry can work successfully in unison to deliver community benefits along with promoting the value of education in the community.
School of Nursing, Midwifery and Indigenous Health ScholarshipApplicants must be in the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing, be studying at Albury-Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange, Port Macquarie or Wagga Wagga campus, and demonstrate a commitment to rural, regional or remote nursing.$ 15003Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship is provided to Bachelor of Nursing students who demonstrate a commitment to rural, regional or remote nursing to assist with accommodation and travel for students during clinical placements.
Calvary Health Care Riverina ScholarshipApplicants must be enrolled in the third year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree at the Wagga Wagga campus, be able to demonstrate a commitment to nursing, and demonstrate a commitment to rural practice.$ 20003Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarships are supported by Calvary Health Care Riverina to encourage final year Bachelor of Nursing Degree students to consider rural and regional practice for their nursing career.
School of Nursing and Midwifery Honours ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, intend to commence or have commenced an honours program offered by Flinders University, School of Nursing and Midwifery, have completed an appropriate undergraduate qualification, and be eligible to register as a registered nurse or registered midwife in South Australia.$ 50002Bachelor Degree (Honours)1SAThe scholarship will be awarded to an undergraduate student enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing and Midwifery (Honours) program in the Faculty of Health Sciences.
Central Australia Health Service Board Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be a resident of the Northern Territory who resides in Central Australia or Barkly region, be enrolled full-time for the duration of the scholarship, be an Australian or New Zealand citizen, or holder of an Australian permanent resident visa or permanent humanitarian visa. Students who have received a Central Australia Hospitals Network Governing Council Scholarship in the past 2 years are ineligible to apply$ 20002Bachelors or higherxNTThe scholarship provides financial support to a Central Australian student studying nursing at Charles Darwin University.
Sister Margaret Y Winning Queensland Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be registered nurses with a current practicing certificate, or its equivalent, be current members or fellows of ACN, not have received a scholarship or grant from the National Research and Scholarships Fund in the previous 2 years, and be undertaking postgraduate community nursing studies at Queensland University of Technology.$ 100001 or morePostgraduate1QLDThe scholarship is available under the ACN National Research and Scholarship Fund.
Postgraduate - Registered Nurse Specialisation ScholarshipsApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be a registered nurse, be undertaking a specialisation course at a postgraduate level, and have advanced knowledge and skills within a chosen field.Dependant1 or morePostgraduate Diploma1WAThese scholarships are to assist registered nurses and midwives employed within the Western Australian public and private health sector to undertake clinical specialisation courses at a postgraduate level to advance knowledge and skills in their chosen field.
Elizabeth Hulme Grant for ANMF Special Interest Group MembersThe clinical project or higher education study must have the endorsement of an ANMF Special Interest Group, be relevant to clinical nursing practice, and be transferable across workplace settings.$ 30001 or morePostgraduate Non award1VICANMF (Vic Branch) offers this annual grant to encourage and support an ANMF Special Interest Group or member undertaking clinical nursing research or higher education study.
Aboriginal Post Enrolment ScholarshipApplicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, be enrolled with the Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia, and be undertaking a post enrolment related to nursing, and be accredited by the Vocational Education and Training Accreditation Board (VETAB).$ 10001 or moreAdvanced Diploma1NSW
Initial Registration - Registered Nurse/Midwife ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents currently residing in Western Australia, have successfully completed semester 1 and 2 of the Bachelor of Science (Nursing) or (Midwifery) or equivalent.Dependant1 or moreBachelor Degree1WAThe Nursing and Midwifery Office, within the Department of Health, offers scholarships to nursing/midwifery students to assist with the completion of their degree. Applicants must have completed semester 1 and 2 of the Bachelor of Science (Nursing or Midwifery). Students that are also completing a dual degree of midwifery and nursing are eligible to apply.
Initial Registration - Enrolled Nurse to Registered Nurse Conversion ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled nurses undertaking a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree, and be employed in the health sector. Preference will be given to those who are working full-time or part-time, on a permanent or fixed-term contract.Dependant1 or moreBachelor Degree1WAScholarships are available to enrolled Nurses undertaking a Bachelor of Science (Nursing) degree.
Hawkesbury Appeal Scholarship for NursingApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be enrolled in the third year of the Bachelor of Nursing at the Hawkesbury Campus. Selection is based on academic merit.$ 75001 or moreBachelor Degree1NSW
Masonic Homes of Northern Tasmania Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be nursing honours student interested in study and research in aged care nursing, be studying at Launceston and ensure project linkage with Masonic Homes of Northern Tasmania.$ 100001 or moreBachelor Degree (Honours)1TASMasonic Homes of Northern Tasmania offers a number of facilities and lifestyle services to the elderly community around Launceston and the Tamar River.
Hawkesbury Foundation Aboriginal Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, identify as Australian Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander, be enrolled full-time in and entering their second or third year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree at the Hawkesbury Campus of Western Sydney University. Selection is based on academic merit.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree1NSWThe Hawkesbury Foundation currently provides nine annual undergraduate scholarships to students studying in courses on the Hawkesbury campus of the University.
Thomas Family ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be undertaking any Bachelor of Nursing degree at Western Sydney University, and demonstrate financial or other hardship as based on the Opportunity and Equity criteria, including students who are the first in their family to attend university, or students residing in Western Sydney as defined by the University.$ 75001 or moreBachelor Degree1NSWThe Thomas Family have provided this scholarship as they believe that every person should have the opportunity to achieve their maximum potential.
Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust Nursing Honours ScholarshipApplicants must be full-time or part-time students enrolled in Nursing (Honours) in Launceston, be undertaking research at the Launceston General Hospital (Tasmanian Health Service - North).$ 100001 or moreBachelor Degree (Honours)1TASThe Clifford Craig Medical Research Trust exists as a medical research institution committed to finding better treatments for the diseases of relevance to Tasmanians, with a specific focus on the communities of Northern Tasmania. Clifford Craig provides research opportunities to clinical researchers based at the Launceston General Hospital.
Channel RSL Sub Branch Miss Cluny Portnell Memorial ScholarshipApplicants must be Tasmanian students, be commencing a nursing degree, and preferably be from Channel area or Southern Tasmania.$ 60001 or moreBachelor Degree3TASThe Channel Sub Branch of the RSL established this scholarship in 2006 to recognise the service of the late Miss Cluny Portnell to the community of the Channel area in southern Tasmania.
Celia Bevan Gerontology ScholarshipApplicants must be continuing students, be studying at Albury-Wodonga, be undertaking one of the following Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Health Science (Occupational Therapy), Bachelor of Health Science (Podiatry), Bachelor of Health Science (Speech Pathology), Bachelor of Speech & Language Pathology, Bachelor of Physiotherapy, Bachelor of Social Work, Bachelor of Social Science (Psychology), or Bachelor of Psychology. Selection is based on motivation and academic merit.$ 20001 or moreBachelor Degree (Honours)1NSWCelia Bevan established this scholarship to assist students whose research/project work demonstrates the advancement of philosophies and studies of gerontology. Celia continues to be an active supporter of CSU.
Dean's ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, have applied through UAC for a place at Western Sydney University, nominating an eligible Advanced or Dean's Scholars degree as their first preference, currently reside in, or have completed their HSC within, the Greater Western Sydney region, and, either demonstrate a high level of academic achievement through a minimum ATAR of 90 or equivalent, or be currently enrolled in one of the eligible undergraduate advanced degrees and have maintained a credit average in the previous year, or have been accepted to transfer into one of the eligible undergraduate advanced degrees and have maintained a credit average.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree4NSWDean's Scholarships provide opportunities for exceptional students who have achieved outstanding results in their HSC or students who are currently enrolled in an appropriate Western Sydney University undergraduate Advanced or Dean's Scholars degree.
Lucy Harris BursaryApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents, or humanitarian visa holders, be undertaking their second of third year nursing studies at Fraser Coast Campus. Recipients will be undertaking a clinical placement in a rural or remote location, preferably in a community where Indigenous healthcare will be a significant part of the experience. Selection is based on academic merit and demonstrated financial need.$ 10001 or moreBachelors Degree or Masters Degree1QLDThe bursary is awarded to 2 recipients annually, who are undertaking their second or third year nursing studies at Fraser Coast Campus, recipients will be undertaking a clinical placement in a rural or remote location, preferably in a community where Indigenous healthcare will be a significant part of the experience.
Vivian Bullwinkel Award - Nurses Memorial CentreApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be holding a current registration with the Nursing and Midwifery Board of Australia (NMBA), and are residing and working in Victoria.$ 50001 or morePostPostgraduate3VICThe scholarship was established to increase access to postgraduate study for nurses and midwives as part of the NMC's mission to act as a living memorial by advancing the nursing profession through education. Scholarships are awarded in this round of applications are for study in 2017.
St Andrew's Ipswich Hospital Scholarships in NursingApplicants must be Australian citizens or have permanent resident status, be continuing their studies in a Bachelor of Nursing in Semester 1, be entering into the third and final year of their degree, have completed a practical placement at St Andrew's Ipswich Hospital in their second year of their degree, be enrolled at the Ipswich campus and/or must be a resident of the Ipswich City as defined by the local government boundaries, be enrolled in a minimum of 2 study units in each of Semester 1 and Semester 2 of each year of study (Part-time students will be paid pro rata, according to their enrolment).$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree1QLDSt Andrew's Ipswich Private Hospital, is seeking to develop a direct relationship with a student in their final year of Nursing degree studies as an avenue through which they can identify and support a prospective future registered nursing employee to build on their locally-based professional workforce.
Postgraduate - Midwifery ScholarshipsApplicants must have a minimum of 12 months post-registration experience at the closing date of the scholarships.Dependant1 or morePostgraduate Diploma1WAThese scholarships are to assist registered midwives employed within the Western Australian public health system to undertake study further study at a Postgraduate level. Students must already have registration as a midwife.
St John of God Health Care NSW Services ATSI Nursing ScholarshipsApplicants must be an Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander student, be beginning their first or second year of the Bachelor of Nursing at North Sydney campus.$ 100001 or moreBachelor Degree3NSWEstablished in 2016, based on the foundational principles it is the desire of St John of God Health Care NSW Services to support ACU's Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing students through a scholarship. The St John of God Health Care (SJGHC) Reconciliation Action Plan (RAP) expresses the desire to work collaboratively and respectfully with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples in the process of Reconciliation. Central to this is the goal of engaging in a manner that provides a range of services and opportunities to foster career opportunities within the health sector.
Roberta Taylor Rural and Remote Nursing and Midwifery BursaryApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or Australian permanent residents, be commencing students, have completed either a Bachelor of Nursing Science or a Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery, and meet the eligibility criteria for admission into the degree applied for.$ 40001 or moreMaster Degree1QLDThe Roberta M.C. Taylor Rural/Remote Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship will encourage study with a rural or remote focus. Thanks to the generous donation from Roberta M.C. Taylor, USC is pleased to offer a scholarship in Rural and Remote Nursing and Midwifery for Honours, Higher Degree by Research or Postgraduate by Coursework students. Mrs Taylor has requested that the scholarship assists with capacity building in the area of Nursing and Midwifery in rural and remote communities across Australia, with a preference for Queensland and the Northern Territory, west of the Great Dividing Range. Mrs Taylor has expressed an interest in the student returning to a rural or remote area to provide Nursing/Midwifery care to their community.
Resthaven Undergraduate Scholarships in NursingApplicants must be Australian Citizens or permanent residents of Australia, be undertaking study as a Commonwealth supported student, and must remain enrolled on a full-time basis in the approved program for which the scholarship was approved.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree1SAThe Resthaven Undergraduate Scholarship in Nursing has been established to support one student who is undertaking the second and third year of the Bachelor of Nursing program at the University of Adelaide.
Albert Coates/Australian Legion of Ex Servicemen and Women ScholarshipApplicants must be undergraduate students studying full-time, be enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Nursing/Paramedicine, be in the second year of their course, be studying at the Ballarat campus, and have personal or family involvement with Australian Armed Services.$ 25001 or moreBachelor Degree1VICEstablished in 2015 by the Albert Coates Memorial Trust, the scholarship is intended to assist second year students with course related costs, including the expense of undertaking regional placement.
Gill Family Excellence in Nursing and Midwifery ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents, be studying at the Melbourne or Ballarat campus, be enrolled in a nursing or midwifery degree, be entering final year of study, and attained a GPA of 6.00 on the ACU seven point scale.$ 25001 or moreBachelor Degree1VICEstablished in 2014, the Gill Family Excellence in Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship reflects ACU's commitment to academic excellence in the undergraduate nursing and midwifery program. The Scholarship is designed to recognise high achievement and assist students financially in their final year of studies.
ANMF Annual Higher Education and Research GrantApplicants must be members of ANMF (Vic Branch) for 2 years prior to application, be undertaking a master degree or PhD of clinical nursing significance, and not have received this grant in the previous 2 years.$ 50001 or moreMasters or higher1VICThe scholarship is available for nursing and midwifery students undertaking a master degree or PhD. The research proposal must be of clinical nursing significance.
Andrew Aitken Memorial Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be domestic students, be undertaking their first year of the Bachelor of Nursing and studying at the Brisbane campus.$ 10001 or moreBachelor Degree3QLDIn memory of Andrew who through his life, work and studies, reminded us of the importance of commitment, compassion, and lending a helping hand. Andrew had a passion for life and everything it had to offer. He shared this passion with those around him and spent many hours encouraging his fellow ACU students to do their best. Andrew's first love was flying but he showed a deep commitment to the field of nursing, where he knew he could make a difference to the lives of others.
Dorothy Clarke ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be employed in WA, be ordinary members of the ACCYPN, have been registered in WA for at least 12 months, and be undertaking a professional development activity directly related to the applicant's area of work nursing children and young people.$ 30001 or morePostgraduate1AUSThe ACCYPN WA Chapter Scholarship was established in 2001 using funds generated by the WA Chapter and interest obtained from the Dorothy Clarke Paediatric Nursing Fund. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist paediatric and child health nurses working directly with children to obtain access to professional development activities that enhance their role in children's health.
UNISA - MIND Australia Nursing and Midwifery ScholarshipApplicants must be first year, full time, domestic students undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Midwifery program at any campus who is a graduate from the MIND Recovery College. Applicants must submit a 1000 word written statement outlining their career objectives, the reasons for wanting to become a nurse/midwife and how their lived experience will influence their ability to be an effective nurse/midwife. The Scholarship funds will constitute the provision of textbooks and other equipment (e.g. nursing watches) required for first year study in the recipient's program. The School will purchase these and provide them to the student. If the recipient withdraws from the program in first year, the textbooks and materials must be returned to the School.$ 10001 or moreBachelor Degree1SA
ANMF (VIC Branch) Metropolitan Education GrantApplicants must have been an ANMF financial member for at least the past 2 years, provide confirmation of enrolment in the relevant higher education course, complete the course within 2 years, not have been in receipt of the ANMF Grant in the previous 12 months, provide a written application of no more than 250 words detailing the ways in which the education will be beneficial, and live within 70kms of the CBD.Dependant1 or morePostgraduate2VICThe grant is provided by ANMF (Vic Branch) to assist members to obtain education in or relevant to their areas of practice. This grant was previously in part sponsored by SGE Credit Union. Whilst SGE has withdrawn its financial support, the Victorian Branch Council has resolved to increase the monies available and fund these popular grants.
Resthaven 75th Anniversary Undergraduate Second Year Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be full-time students undertaking their second year of the Bachelor of Nursing program, demonstrate an interest in aged care as a career and in their studies, choose the Aged Care Specialisation when they undertake Experiential Learning Activity - Practicum 4 in the third year of their program, be willing to undertake a placement at Resthaven during their program if the opportunity arises, and be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work that nurses do in aged care. Selection is based on academic merit (minimum GPA 4.5), a personal written statement and interview performance. Preference may be given to financial need.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree2SAThe scholarship is offered by Resthaven to support students undertaking undergraduate study in aged care.
Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women ScholarshipsApplicants must have a familial link to current or former Australian military service personnel, be undertaking postgraduate study in Care of the Older Person or Palliative Care in Australia, and be Australian citizens or permanent residents. Preference will be given to nurses with a demonstrated commitment to working in rural or regional areas upon completion of their study program.$ 200001 or moreMasters or higher1VICThe Nurses Memorial Centre (NMC) in association with the Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women offers scholarships for nurses undertaking postgraduate study in Care of the Older Person or Palliative Care. The scholarships are awarded for 1 year at an Australian University or other accredited higher education institution in 2017. The purpose of these Scholarships is to increase access to postgraduate study for nurses, part of the NMC's mission to act as 'a living memorial' by advancing the nursing profession through education.
Ron MacNamara Rural Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled or intending to be enrolled in the Master of Nursing or Master of Nursing Science (Nurse Practitioner), or Master of Nurse Practitioner, and be committed to working in rural and remote areas of Australian in the future. Selection is based in academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to candidates from rural or regional Australia who wouldn't be able to study without financial assistance.Dependant1 or moreMaster Degree (By Coursework)1QLDThe Ron Macnamara Rural Nursing Scholarship aims to foster the further education of advanced practice nurses and nurse practitioners, with a view to making a difference to the future of rural Australia.
Clem and Rita Honner Perpetual Scholarship in NursingApplicants must be undertaking their studies in the Bachelor of Nursing, Fremantle.$ 60001 or moreBachelor Degree3WAMr John Honner has agreed to donate the sum of $100,000 to establish a perpetual Scholarship at The University of Notre Dame Australia for students in The School of Nursing & Midwifery, Fremantle. The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist a student from regional Western Australia who wishes to commence their undergraduate studies with The School of Nursing & Midwifery at The University of Notre Dame, Fremantle.
Aston Bequest Honours Scholarship in NursingApplicants must be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) program.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree (Honours)1NSWThis scholarship was established in 2000 after instruction from the will of Elizabeth Beverley Aston to the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Newcastle to assist in the training of nurses.
District Nurses Scholarship in NursingApplicant must be commencing a Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Nursing (Enrolled Nurse Pathway), or Bachelor of Nursing (Fast Track), either have work experience working in the community, or be completing Year 12 in previous year. Selection is based on financial need.$ 100001 or moreBachelor Degree3TASThe scholarship was established to assist students commencing a Bachelor of Nursing.
Postgraduate ScholarshipsApplicants must be registered nurses or student midwives employed in the NSW public health system, Australian citizens or permanent residents at the time of application, and enrolled in postgraduate study.Dependant1 or morePostgraduate1NSWThe NSW Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship Fund offers postgraduate scholarships to support the recruitment and retention of nurses and midwives within the NSW public health system. The scholarships are available for midwifery, mental health, clinical studies, education and management.
Renewal of Registration ScholarshipApplicants must be enrolled nurses, registered nurses or midwives enrolling in an approved re-entry course to renew their registration with the NMBA.Dependant1 or morePostgraduatexWAThese scholarships assist enrolled nurses, registered nurses and midwives to restore their registration with the Nurses and Midwives Board of Australia.
Nursing Honours ScholarshipApplicants must be eligible to enter the Bachelor of Nursing (Honours) course in the University's Nursing & Midwifery program.$ 100001 or moreBachelor Degree (Honours)1TASThe School of Health Sciences at UTAS provides scholarships each year to encourage students who wish to gain an honours qualification by undertaking a research project in an area of nursing practice.
Robyn Parkes Postgraduate Nursing GrantThe grant will be offered to external postgraduate nursing students (Master of Nursing and Graduate Certificate in Nursing) from rural or isolated areas who are enrolled on a full-time or part-time basis. Applicants must complete a written statement (maximum 500 words) outlining their career goals and future plans and how the grant will help them achieve their ambitions. The statement should also outline their nursing philosophy and, where relevant, the nature of any thesis/project to be undertaken. Recipients will be selected on the basis of a personal written statement and academic merit based on their GPA. Preference will be given to applicants that demonstrate a real passion and commitment to the field of nursing.$ 10001 or moreGraduate Certificate Master Degree1SAThe Robyn Parkes Postgraduate Nursing Grant has been established through a bequest from Robyn Parkes who passed away in late 2011. Robyn was an extraordinary and creative nurse who had a highly diversified nursing career with an unwavering commitment to the progression of the profession and the development of nursing staff. The grant will provide financial assistance for the costs associated with undertaking postgraduate study.
Widgiewa School ScholarshipApplicants must be commencing or continuing students in any year of the Bachelor of Nursing at the Wodonga, Bathurst, Dubbo, Orange or Wagga Wagga campus, and demonstrate sound academic record. Preference will be given to students from Narrandra Shire and Urana Shire.$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree1NSWThis scholarship aims to support students from the Narrandera or Urana Local Government Areas studying the Bachelor of Nursing with a view to making funds available to students studying Medicine if CSU's expansion into this area is successful.
Mary Potter Foundation Palliative Care GrantApplicants must be full-time students undertaking their second year of the Bachelor of Nursing (IBNU) program, be eligible to enrol in Nursing Context of Practice in the third year of their program, demonstrate an interest in palliative care as a career, choose the Palliative Care Specialisation when undertake Nursing Contexts of Practice in the third year of their program, be willing to undertake a placement at the Mary Potter Hospice during their 8 week Experiential Learning Activity Extension to Practice Practicum 4 and, if the opportunity arises, be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work that nurses do in palliative care. Applicants will be asked to provide a written statement of 500 words detailing their career objectives, their interest in palliative care and how the grant will assist them in achieving their goals. Selection will be based on academic merit and a written statement.$ 10001 or moreBachelor Degree1SAThe Mary Potter Foundation supports specialised palliative and end of life care, unique support programs, education and research for people with life limiting illnesses and their families. The grant aims to introduce students to holistic approaches to their practice of care, enabling them to provide culturally sensitive and high quality coordinated care to seriously ill and dying patients and their families in a variety of settings (be it in-hospital or ambulatory, rural or urban). The grant will create opportunities for career development for students in palliative care nursing.
Helen Hall Rural and Remote Nursing BursaryApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders, be enrolled full-time or part-time in third year undergraduate NUR311 or NUR300 Group One of Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery programs, and be undertaking a Clinical Placement in a rural or remote location with a significant Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander population. Selection will also take into account academic merit of the student.$ 25001 or moreBachelor Degree1QLDEstablished in 2014, the Helen Hall Rural and Remote Nursing Bursaries will be awarded to students who are in their third year of undergraduate study in either a Bachelor of Nursing Science/Bachelor of Midwifery degree to support the undertaking of a rural and remote Nursing placement.
Puggy Hunter Memorial Scholarship Scheme (PHMSS)Applicants must be of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent and currently enrolled or intending to enrol in an entry level course at an Australian educational institution (Certificate IV and above) in the following health professions Aboriginal health work, allied health (excluding pharmacy), dentistry/oral health (excluding dental assistants), medicine, midwifery and nursing.$ 150001 or moreUndergraduate3AUSThe scheme was established in recognition of Dr Arnold 'Puggy' Hunter's significant contribution to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander health. The PHMSS aims to help address the under-representation of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people in health professions and assist in increasing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people with professional health qualifications.
Community ScholarshipsThe scholarships are open to students studying the following courses at Durack Institute of Technology Certificate IV in Digital Media Technologies, Certificate IV Preparation for Nursing Education, Diploma of Community Services, Certificate IV in Community Services, Certificate I in New Opportunities for Women.$ 5001 or moreCertificate IV Diploma1WAThe scholarships are sponsored by local industry and community partners for students enrolled in specific courses across a range of industry areas. Scholarships are sponsored by Mid West Development Council, Joblink Mid West, St John of God, Short Term Accommodation for Youth (STAY), and Soroptimist International.
Carmel Baulderstone Memorial ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled in, or intending to enrol in, a Professional Experience Placement topic in the second or third year of the Bachelor of Nursing at Flinders University, and be able to demonstrate a knowledge and understanding of the health needs of Australians living in rural and remote areas.$ 20001 or moreBachelor Degree1SAThe scholarship is designed to provide assistance to undergraduate nursing students admitted to the Bachelor of Nursing (Pre-registration) at Flinders University and enrolled in the second or third year of the course to undertake a Professional Experience Placement at an approved clinical training facility in a rural or remote setting.
Faculty of Health and Medicine High Achiever Undergraduate Scholarships - School of Nursing and MidwiferyApplicants must be Australian citizen or permanent residents, be commencing students in a Bachelor undergraduate degree in the Faculty of Health and Medicine, School of Nursing and Midwifery, at Callaghan, Central Coast, or Port Macquarie Campus, be enrolled full-time as at the census date for each semester. Selection is based on academic merit.$ 20001 or moreBachelor Degree3NSWThe Faculty of Health and Medicine High Achiever Undergraduate Scholarships were established in 2013 to encourage high achieving students admitted to the Callaghan, Central Coast and Port Macquarie campuses of the University of Newcastle to enrol full-time in Faculty of Health and Medicine undergraduate degree programs at the University. The Faculty of Health and Medicine High Achiever Undergraduate Scholarship - School of Nursing and Midwifery will be offered to the highest ranked commencing student in the School of Nursing and Midwifery in a Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Midwifery degree.
Clare Holland Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be enrolled full-time or part-time in the Bachelor of Nursing at the University of Canberra, have a sound academic record as determined by an ATAR score or GPA, and provide a 500 word statement outlining their interest in Oncology, Palliative Care or Community Nursing and why they believe they qualify and should be awarded the Clare Holland Nursing Scholarship.$ 15001 or moreUndergraduate, Postgraduate Certificate/Diploma1ACTThis scholarship is open to nursing students with a particular interest in oncology, palliative care or community nursing.
Robin Miller RFDS Nursing ScholarshipThe scholarship is open to students enrolled full-time in the final year of the University's Bachelor of Nursing degree at a Tasmanian campus and undertaking the unit CNA319.Dependant1 or moreBachelor DegreexTASThe Robin Miller RFDS Nursing Scholarship has been established by the Royal Flying Doctor Service Tasmania in partnership with the Nursing and Midwifery program at the University of Tasmania and RFDS Central Operations, covering South Australia and much of the Northern Territory. The scholarship provides a senior nursing undergraduate with experience of living in remote Australia and working there with the RFDS. The scholarship is dedicated to the memory of the late Mrs Robin Miller-Dicks (1940-1975), the nurse, aviatrix and RFDS pilot who became widely known by aborigines as the 'Sugar-Bird Lady' because of handing out many thousands of doses of sweetly flavoured polio oral vaccine.
Initial Registration- Midwife ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be completing a Bachelor of Science (Midwifery), and have completed semester 1 and 2 of their first year. Student completing a Graduate Diploma in Midwifery are able to apply for a scholarship from the beginning of this course.Dependant1 or moreBachelor Degree Graduate Diploma1WAThis scholarship is designed for those that are undertaking studies that lead to an initial registration as a Midwife. This includes Bachelor of Science (Midwifery) and Registered Nurses completing a course that leads to a registration as a midwife (Graduate Diploma in Midwifery etc).
Initial Registration- Enrolled Nurse ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents who have successfully completed semester one of a Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled Nursing) at a Western Australian Vocational Education and Training Institution.Dependant1 or moreDiploma1WA
Postgraduate - Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner) ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents enrolled in a Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner).Dependant1 or moreMaster Degree (By Coursework)1WAThese scholarships assist registered nurses to study a Master of Nursing (Nurse Practitioner). These scholarships are highly sought and may vary in amount according to the number of successful applicants. There are a limited number of scholarships available.
Peel Community Foundation ScholarshipsApplicants must be Australian Citizen or permanent resident, be enrolled or intending to enrol full-time, attended secondary school in the Mandurah region for Year 12 or are a resident of Boddington and attended Year 12 in either Williams or Narrogin, be a resident of the City of Mandurah region for at least the past 2 years (resided in Bouvard, Clifton, Coodanup, Dawesville, Dudley Park, Erksine, Falcon, Florida, Greenfields, Halls Head, Herron, Lakelands, Madora Bay, Mandurah, Meadow Springs, Melros, Parklands, San Remo, Silver Sands and Wannanup), be enrolled in Nursing at the Mandurah Campus, or one of the following majors Environmental, Sustainability or Conservation.$ 25001 or moreBachelor Degree4WAThe Peel Community Foundation Scholarships are available for award to students who live in the Peel area and are enrolling at the Mandurah Campus, or are enrolling in an environmental, sustainability, or conservation related major at Murdoch University.
Mary Curran ScholarshipApplicants must be domestic students, be studying at the North Sydney campus, be undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing, be full-time students, have attained a GPA of 5.0 or above on the ACU seven point scale or above. Students must be enrolled in, or have completed, a practical experience unit during second or third year of the course.$ 25001 or moreBachelor Degree1NSWEstablished in 2014 by local North Sydney resident Mary Curran this Scholarship supports ACU nursing students in their second or third year of study who undertake a placement at a local hospital. Mary was attended by graduate ACU nurses in 2013 while in a coma for months after having a serious heart infection. Mary has a passion for animals, in particular her cat Cicero.
Dementia Training Study Centres (DTSC) Essay Prize and Clinical Placement Nursing GrantThe grant is available to full-time students who have a career interest in the field of nursing those with dementia. Applicants in the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing must submit a 3,000 word essay on a topic related to the care of people with dementia. The essay can take the form of a literature review, discussion paper or case study, must follow the conventions of a scholarly/academic paper and be referenced using the Harvard reference system. The essay must be the students own work and no joint authorship will be considered.$ 24001 or moreBachelor Degree1SA
Resthaven 80th Anniversary Undergraduate Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be enrolled full-time in UniSA's Bachelor of Nursing program, have a GPA of at least 4.5, have a genuine interest in aged care as a career and in their studies, be prepared to undertake a placement at Resthaven during their program if such a placement is available, and be willing to speak constructively and positively about the important work nurses undertake in aged care. Selection will be based on academic merit (Grade Point Average).$ 50001 or moreBachelor Degree2SAThe Resthaven 80th Anniversary Undergraduate Nursing Scholarship will be awarded to a full-time second year UniSA student undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing program at any campus (includes Mt Gambier and Whyalla).
Rotary Club of Whyalla Mental Health GrantApplicants must be able to demonstrate that they reside in Whyalla. Applicants will be asked to submit a personal written statement detailing how the grant would assist them and demonstrating their commitment to mental health nursing. When selecting a recipient the applicants' Grade Point Averages (GPA) will be taken into account.$ 80001 or moreGraduate Diploma1SAThe Rotary Club of Whyalla Mental Health Grant is available to students from Whyalla who are enrolled full-time or part-time equivalent in the Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing (IGMG) or Graduate Diploma of Mental Health (IGME).
St Vincent's Private Hospital Melbourne Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing, Bachelor of Midwifery or Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedicine at the Melbourne or Ballarat campus.Dependant1Bachelor DegreexVICSt Vincent's Private Hospital Melbourne has been providing compassionate health care for more than 75 years. This scholarship was established in 2010 to create opportunities for Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander students studying at the Melbourne or Ballarat campus to pursue studies in nursing. Recipients are given the opportunity to complete their graduate year at St Vincent's Private Hospital Melbourne.
Sister Cecily Dunne ScholarshipThe scholarship is open to third year Bachelor of Nursing students (including dual degree) from the Ballarat Campus.$ 25001Bachelor Degree1VICThe scholarship was established in 2000 by St. John of God Health Care (Ballarat) to celebrate the contribution of Sister Cecily Dunne SJG who was the principal nurse educator of the School of Nursing, St John of God Hospital, Ballarat from 1971 until it closed in 1990.
Laurie Daniels ScholarshipApplicants must be domestic students, be studying at the Canberra campus, be enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing (including dual degrees), be full-time students in the second year of their course, must have a GPA of at least 5.0 on the ACU seven point scale, and must have contributed to community service.$ 20001Bachelor Degree2ACTThe scholarship was established in 2009 to commemorate the life of Mr Laurie Daniels, a founding member of the University Senate, an active supporter of Australian Catholic University and a lifelong advocate of Catholic education.
Adam's Garden Scholarship for Child HealthApplicants must be commencing or be enrolled in a course in the School of Nursing and Midwifery or the School of Biomedical Sciences at Charles Sturt University Wagga Wagga, be undertaking a course that prepares them for a professional life in an area contributing to child health, or dealing with children who are disadvantaged through autism or other such conditions.$ 30001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship aims to support students who have a desire to demonstrate community outreach in the field of child health in rural or remote communities.
Dianne Wansbrough ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled full-time in the School of Nursing and Midwifery, Fremantle, be undertaking their studies internally, and have achieved an ATAR of 90 or above. Selection is based on academic merit and contribution to school and community life as presented in the application form, supporting documents and interview.$ 75001Bachelor Degree1WAThe purpose of the scholarship is to provide tuition assistance to a first year student in the School of Nursing and Midwifery at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle.
Joan Penridge Commemorative AwardApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens or Australian permanent residents who are starting or completing the final year in a Bachelor of Nursing course (including double degrees with Nursing as a component). Selection is based on academic merit.$ 30001Bachelor Degree1QLDThe Joan Penridge Commemorative Award supports a final year nursing student at QUT.
Dr William K Hunter ScholarshipThe scholarship is open to medical, allied health or nursing students from the Moree Shire, Warialda, Bingara or Collarenebri districts in the second year or above of an undergraduate degree at any Australian university. The successful recipient must agree to spend 2 weeks during the year of support at a student placement in the Moree Shire, or a week in Warialda/Bingara/Collarenebri and a week in Moree. The 2 weeks may be taken as whole or as separate placements.$ 50001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe Dr William Hunter Scholarship was initiated to honour the work of Bill Hunter AM, as a rural GP and surgeon based in the Moree area.
Northern Florence Nightingale BursaryApplicants must be commencing the Bachelor of Nursing degree and must not have received the support of another UTAS scholarship or bursary.$ 5001Bachelor Degree1TASThe Northern Florence Nightingale Association has provided support for retired nurses for over 50 years.
Lions Club of Westbury Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be residents of the Westbury district (home postcodes 7291-7304), and entering the second or third year of a nursing degree. The successful applicant will be required to attend a Lions Club meeting to share their experience as a student nurse.$ 20001Bachelor Degree1TASThe scholarship is provided by the Lions Club of Westbury to support nursing students.
Sister Assumption Neary BursaryThe bursary is open to first year students undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing (including dual degree) at the Ballarat Campus.Dependant1Bachelor Degree1QLD , NSW , VIC , ACTThe bursary was established in 2000 by St John of God Health Care (Ballarat) to celebrate the contribution of Sister Assumption Neary who, in various roles, has provided health care in the Ballarat community since 1959.
Australian War Widows (Qld) Maroochydore BursaryApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, Australian permanent residents or permanent humanitarian visa holders, be enrolled in second year of Bachelor of Nursing Science, be female students aged up to 25 years, and be permanent residents of the Sunshine Coast Regional Council Area. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need.$ 5001Bachelor Degree1QLDThis bursary is awarded in honour of the memory of Wyn Rahilly.
Captain Gordon P Olley Scholarship in AviationApplicants must be current students, studying any undergraduate or postgraduate course, whose study program relates in some way to the aviation/aeronautics industry. For students entering the final 2 years of medicine or the final year of nursing, there will be an opportunity to spend 4 weeks with the Royal Flying Doctor Service (subject to a placement availability). In this case, the scholarship would be fully applied to this activity. Selection is based on academic merit and financial need. Preference will be given to students who can demonstrate a real interest in aviation.$ 60001Bachelors or higher1TASProfessor June Olley has made this scholarship available in memory of her aviator father who was one of the pioneers of British commercial aviation.
Advancing the Midwifery Profession FellowshipThe fellowship is open to midwives who are Australian citizens or permanent residents planning to undertake a higher degree at a Western Australian tertiary institution.Dependant1Masters or higher1WAThe scholarship is to assist registered midwives working within the Western Australian health system to complete a higher level degree in a midwifery focused area.
Friends of the University Thelma Wright Memorial Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, be enrolled full-time in the second year of the Bachelor of Nursing program, and be an Enrolled Nurse (EN) or Assistant in Nursing (AIN). Selection is based on academic merit, a written statement and a written reference from a current or former nursing workplace.$ 40001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship was established by the Friends of the University to support a student who is undertaking the Bachelor of Nursing program.
Walter & Eliza Hall Trust Opportunity Scholarship in NursingApplicants must be Australian or New Zealand citizens, or permanent residents, be domestic students, be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Midwifery. Preference will be given to applicants who have not previously received a scholarship funded by the Walter & Eliza Hall Trust. Selection is based on financial hardship.$ 100001Bachelor Degree1QLDThe scholarship was established in 2007 and is maintained by an annual gift from The Walter & Eliza Hall Trust.
Sue Mitchell Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be domestic students who are in the first, second or third year of the Bachelor of Nursing (including dual degree) at the Canberra Campus, and be from a rural or regional area.$ 10001Bachelor Degree1ACTThe scholarship was established in 2008 by Mr John Mitchell in memory of his late wife Sue who passed away after a brave battle with cancer. John and Sue are both descendants of distinguished Snowy Mountains' families and are long-term residents of the region. Sue trained and worked as a nurse in the region around Corryong, Victoria.
Catherine McAuley ScholarshipThe scholarship is open to first year, undergraduate students (except Bachelor of Theology students) studying at the Brisbane Campus.$ 25001Bachelor DegreexQLDThis is an endowed scholarship established in 2006 by the Sisters of Mercy in Queensland to honour Sister Catherine McAuley, founder of the Sisters of Mercy, and in recognition of the predecessor McAuley College.
Miller Family Bridgewater Community Scholarship - NursingApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be full-time, be undertaking their second year or above in the Bachelor of Nursing, have achieved and maintained a credit average (WAM 65+), have demonstrated need such as financial and/or social disadvantages.$ 30001Bachelor Degree1NSWThis scholarship acknowledges the long-standing connection of John and Belle Miller's family to the Illawarra Region as well as their contributions in the fields of Nursing and Teaching. This scholarship is a representation of their family's desire to support students in need.
Bega Lions Club Trevor Prescott Memorial ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be enrolled full-time or part-time in their first year of the Bachelor of Nursing at the UOW Bega Campus, and demonstrate community involvement.$ 5001Bachelor Degree1NSWThis scholarship provides a Nursing student with an open gift towards the costs of their studies at UOW Bega.
RAMSAY Health Care WA Undergraduate ScholarshipApplicants must be domestic students, be studying full-time or part-time, be currently enrolled at Murdoch University in their second or third year of a Nursing degree, be experiencing financial hardship, and not be receiving any other scholarship from Murdoch University.$ 25001Bachelor Degree1WAThe purpose of the Scholarships is to assist Murdoch Undergraduate Nursing Students by reducing some of the financial burden of undertaking undergraduate studies and to assist them to progress in achieving their chosen career.
EMMA Accolade ScholarshipApplicants must be commencing or continuing study in any year of the Bachelor of Nursing or the Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) double degree or Bachelor of Nursing/Graduate Diploma of Clinical Practice (Paramedic) at the Bathurst campus, be interested in pursuing a career in nursing, and have completed the majority of their high school education in the Central West.$ 20001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship has been established, to support nursing students at the Bathurst campus, through a bequest from Mr Russell Selfe, whose family has long ties to the Central West Region. EMMA is derived from the first initials of the 4 female members of his family who, he says 'were the backbone of his family'.
Vi Elliott Occupational Health Nurses Trust GrantThe grant is open to Victorian nurses involved in or moving into the field of occupational health nursing or occupational health and safety who wish to undertake a professional development program.$ 30001Bachelor Degree (Honours), Postgraduate1VICThe trust makes funds available each year to Victorian nurses and organisations with an interest in occupational health and safety.
Hills Shire Council ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens or permanent residents, receive an offer to study or be currently enrolled in their first year of an undergraduate program at the UWS Hawkesbury campus, currently reside in or have resided in the Hills Local Government Area during the time in which their HSC was undertaken, and have completed the HSC within 2 years of commencing at UWS. Selection is based on academic merit.Dependant1Bachelor Degree1NSWThe Hills Shire Council aims to take a holistic approach to social, environmental and economic aspects of urban and rural planning and development. This scholarship recognises the council's efforts to assist local students in becoming professionals in this area.
BEGA RSL Sub Branch Christine Farrow Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be enrolled full-time or part-time in their first, second, or third year of a Bachelor of Nursing degree at the UOW Bega campus, and demonstrate community involvement.$ 5001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship provides a Nursing student with an open gift towards the costs of their studies at UOW Bega.
Rotary Club of Bega - Dr Blomfield Memorial Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, or permanent residents, be enrolled in a full-time or part-time in their first, second, or third year of the Bachelor of Nursing degree at the UOW Bega campus, and demonstrate community involvement.$ 5001Bachelor Degree1NSWThe scholarship provides a Nursing student with an open gift towards the costs of their studies at UOW Bega.
Nursing Year 12 Undergraduate ScholarshipThe scholarship is awarded to the highest ranked Year 12 student choosing the Bachelor of Nursing program offered by the Division of Health Sciences at City East, as their first SATAC preference in the January admission period. Selection is based on ATAR.Dependant1Bachelor Degree3SAThe scholarship covers the student contribution charges of the Bachelor of Nursing program, provided the recipient maintains satisfactory progress. The scholarship would be extended to cover the honours year after the completion of the initial Bachelor of Nursing.
Jodie Michelle Reid Memorial ScholarshipApplicants must be Australian citizens, be undertaking their second year in the Bachelor of Nursing, or Bachelor of Nursing/Bachelor of Paramedic, and be studying at the Brisbane campus.$ 40001Bachelor Degree1QLDEstablished in 2016 as a tangible memorial to Jodie Reid, a 1996 ACU Nursing Graduate and Centaur Medalist, who died in 2004, aged 27, after suffering the ravages of Diabetes Mellitus for 25 years.
Mater Hospital Sydney Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Nursing ScholarshipApplicants must be Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students, be in their first, second, or third year, be full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Nursing/Business dual degree, and be studying at the North Sydney Campus.$ 70001Bachelor Degree3NSW
Mediserve Nursing Scholarship- Must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Nursing or the Bachelor of Midwifery - Must be enrolled full-time for the duration of the scholarship - Must be an Indigenous Australian$ 50001Bachelor Degree2NTThe scholarship was established to financially support to an Indigenous nursing student studying at Charles Darwin University.
Advancing the Nursing Profession ScholarshipApplicants must be nurses or midwives currently working within the Western Australian health system, and provide evidence of a minimum of 2 years post registration nursing/midwifery experience at the time of application.Dependant1Masters or higher1WAThis Fellowship is to assist registered nurses/midwives working within the Western Australian health system to complete a research higher degree in a nursing or midwifery focused area.