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Scholarship name Discipline area Value Contact Who can apply
Rotary Club of Whyalla Mental Health Grant Mental Health Nursing $4,000 School of Nursing and Midwifery    


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Rotary Club of Whyalla Mental Health Grant

The Rotary Club of Whyalla Mental Health Grant is available to students from Whyalla who are enrolled full-time or part-time equivalent in the University of SA Graduate Diploma of Mental Health (IGME) or Graduate Diploma of Mental Health Nursing (IGMG).

To be eligible for the grant‚ applicants must:

  • Provide details of their previous undergraduate studies.
  • Have applied to SATAC (applications open 3 August 2020. Early application is strongly encouraged in these high demand programs).
  • Have received an offer of enrolment into the University of SA Graduate Diploma of Mental Health (IGME) or Graduate Diploma of Mental Health (IGMG) program.
  • Demonstrate they reside in Whyalla with intent to remain for at least two years post completion of the Graduate Diploma in Mental Health.

Applicants will be asked to submit a personal written statement detailing how the grant will assist them and demonstrating their commitment to mental health and working in Rural South Australia.

The recipient must be prepared to report to the Rotary Club of Whyalla with their progress on a regular basis by attending the club’s meetings.

When selecting a recipient the applicants’ Grade Point Averages (GPA) will be taken into account.

Value: Up to $4‚000 paid over the life of the recipient’s program, in instalments of $2,000 after the Study Period 2 & 5 census dates subject to continued enrolment and satisfactory academic performance. Recipients studying a part-time equivalent will have their payments adjusted accordingly on a pro-rata basis.

For more information contact:
Paul Havelberg, UniSA Regional Manager – Whyalla
paul.havelberg@unisa.edu.au
Tel: 0428 196 148 or 8647 6005