Graduate-entry social work scholarships

In addition to the Marion Macaulay Bequest Scholarship, ZONTA Club Sydney East Inc Scholarship and Government-funded scholarships, which are available to all undergraduate and graduate-entry students in the faculty, others that apply to students undertaking an MSW(Q) are listed below.

Scholarships


Scholarships

NSW Rural Allied Health Scholarships

This scholarship is offered by the NSW Department of Health to students from a rural background who are undertaking entry-level studies in allied health (including social work). Up to 50 scholarships, each valued up to $10,000, are offered annually. Applications open in January each year.

Applications have closed for scholarships that take effect in 2014.

Further information and applications

NSW Rural Allied Health Clinical Placement Grants

These grants of up to $750 (or $1000 for clinical placements at Broken Hill) are offered each semester. Grants are awarded on the basis of the duration of the placement and the cost of travel associated with accessing the placement. Priority will be given to students who have not previously received a NSW Rural Allied Health Clinical Placement Grant, though past grant recipients may apply.
Applications open each February for Semester One placements, and in July for Semester Two.

Applications have closed for scholarships that take effect in 2014.

Further information and applications

(SDN) Children's Services Aunts Fry Scholarship

This scholarship is offered by the NSW Department of Health to students from a rural background who are undertaking entry-level studies in allied health (including social work). Up to 50 scholarships, each valued up to $10,000, are offered annually.

Applications have closed for scholarships that take effect in 2014.

Further information and applications

Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme

Social-work students enrolled in either an undergraduate or graduate-entry degree who have resided in a defined rural area for a minimum of five consecutive (or eight cumulative) years from the age of five years may be eligible to apply to the Nursing and Allied Health Scholarship and Support Scheme for a scholarship worth $10,000 a year, which is funded through the Commonwealth Government's Department of Health and Ageing and administered by the peak body for rural and remote allied health professionals, Services for Australian Rural and Remote Health (SARRAH).

Applications are closed for scholarships that take effect in 2014.

Further information and applications