Scholarships in Medical Sciences
The School of Medical Sciences has a reputation for delivering industry-relevant education programs that meet the rapidly advancing challenges of the medical science professions.
On this page you will find useful links to Scholarships.
Pharmacy scholarships for rural/regional students
The School of Medical Sciences is pleased to offer two scholarships for rural/regional students commencing the Bachelor of Pharmacy program in 2011. Successful applicants will be awarded an annual stipend of $7,000 per year for four years.
The Pharmacy program consists of an integrated program based on academic activities at RMIT’s Bundoora campus and extensive pharmacy placements. It is expected that scholarship holders will conduct the majority of their placements in RMIT selected regional areas in Victoria.
A range of conditions apply.
RMIT University Scholarships
Scholarship and grant support is available for students who require financial assistance during their studies. There is a range of scholarships available based on students’ financial need and living or study circumstances. Travel scholarships and grants are also available.
Scholarships are available for:
- Undergraduate students
- Honours students
- Postgraduate (Masters & PhD) students
- Indigenous Australians
- International students
Australian Postgraduate Award (APA)
Australian Postgraduate Awards (APA) are funded by the Commonwealth Government and are awarded to individuals undertaking a research Masters or Doctoral degree on the basis of academic excellence and research potential. All award holders are allocated a government funded Research Training Scheme (RTS) place. Applicants are strongly encouraged to align their proposed research with one of the programs of the RMIT Research Institutes.
Australian Postgraduate Scholarship Database
The Joint academic scholarship on-line network (JASON for short), is a program developed jointly by a number of universities. It aims to assist students wishing to pursue postgraduate studies (either within Australia or internationally) gain access to current information regarding funding opportunities through various scholarship programs run through universities, charitable foundations, government and private institutions.