IAHA has key partnerships with stakeholders to support remote and rural clinical placements and extend students’ and graduates’ learning experiences to explore career pathways and opportunities in remote and rural Australia.
Financial support for students and graduates remains a vital strategy to increase the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, across all life stages, experiences and journeys, to study and succeed in allied health.
To be eligible for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Health Scholarships, applicants must:
- address all application requirements as set out in the Application Process below
- be a current IAHA full member (students, graduates and assistant workforce
- be in their final two years of their tertiary allied health course
- intend to undertake a remote or rural clinical placement in an ASGC RA classified area 3- 5
or Modified Monash Model classified area 3-7 of at least four weeks or more in duration
- be 18 years of age or over when applying for the scholarship
If there are more applicants than available scholarships, not all applicants who meet the eligibility and selection criteria will be offered a scholarship from this round.
Additional Guidelines are available for download here.
For further information on any of the following placement and/or scholarship opportunities, please reach out to the IAHA Membership Team at email@example.com or on (02) 6285 1010.