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Scholarships and grants offered by HETI aim to provide equal access to education in areas of need.
Open 9 Sep 2019 to 22 Nov 2019
Scholarships of up to $8,000 are available to registered nurses who are working in full or part-time permanent positions in mental health services of the NSW public health system. These scholarships are funded by the Nursing and Midwifery Office (NaMO) and are provided to assist with educational expenses directly associated with postgraduate study. Scholarships are awarded through a competitive selection process and not all applicants will be awarded a scholarship. The Postgraduate scholarships for the AMHS course will only apply to applicants who are enrolled to study the AMHS course offered by the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI).
Open 22 Oct 2019 to 20 Jan 2020
The Mental Health Portfolio of the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI) will offer a number of scholarships to NSW health professionals, managers and peer workers providing mental health services for Older People and their families/carers.
These scholarships have been funded by Mental Health Branch (MHB) NSW Ministry of Health.
Scholarships up to value of $3400.00 are available to enrol in units of the Applied Mental Health Studies with specialisation in Older Persons’ lifespan. HETI’s Units are practically oriented, including opportunities to connect with other health professionals and participate in live streamed teaching sessions run by experts from the field.
Closes 24 Jan 2020
The Mental Health Portfolio of the Health Education and Training Institute (HETI), on behalf of the NSW Ministry of Health, will offer a number of Scholarships to study in the postgraduate Psychiatric Medicine program for General Practitioners in 2020.
Open 5 Jul 2019 to 13 Sep 2019
NSW Rural Allied Health Clinical Placement Grants provide financial assistance to both rural and urban allied health students with the travel and accommodation costs of rural clinical placements
Open 1 Apr 2019 to 1 May 2019
The Metropolitan Access Scholarships (MAS) program provides financial support to eligible NSW rural vocational and prevocational medical trainees undertaking metropolitan training.
Open 2 Sep 2019 to 27 Oct 2019
Scholarships of up to $4,500 are available to provide financial assistance with course fees, travel, accommodation and other expenses directly associated with the education and training needs of medical trainees in rural and remote areas.
Open 30 Jul 2019 to 15 Nov 2019
Grants up to $1,000 for clinical placements in a NSW public health facility are available to NSW students undertaking a Bachelor of Nursing or Bachelor of Midwifery degree. Grants to assist with accommodation and travel associated with your clinical placement will be awarded based the distance between the GPO of your 'home' university campus and the GPO of the clinical placement.
Open 27 Jan 2020 to 3 Apr 2020
Scholarships are available to permanent fulltime or part time allied health clinicians employed and currently working in a rural located public health service, to assist with educational expenses directly associated with post-graduate study. In 2017 the scholarships were valued at up to $10,000 dependent on the course undertaken.
Closes 29 Apr 2019
The HETI Allied Health Workplace Learning Grants Program provides financial support to groups of allied health professionals or assistants seeking to develop their knowledge and skills through workplace learning opportunities.
Open 30 Sep 2019 to 22 Nov 2019
Health professionals and managers providing mental health services for infants, children, young people and their families are invited to apply for a limited number of scholarships for units of the Applied Mental Health Studies Framework.
The scholarships have been funded by MH-Children and Young People (MH-CYP), NSW Ministry of Health.
Open 27 Jan 2020 to 3 Apr 2020
Rural Allied Health Undergraduate Scholarships are offered to students from a rural background undertaking "entry level" studies in allied health (leading to a degree that qualifies the student to practice. Up to 50 NSW Rural Allied Health Scholarships, valued up to $10,000, are offered each year.