We offer a range of services and programs to help nursing, midwifery, dentistry and allied health students within the Three Rivers UDRH footprint.
I find that working rurally I get a lot more variety in my clinical work. I have never felt disadvantaged by working in a rural area and I intend to stay rural.
Courses supported by us
We offer support to students study toward a health profession in many disciplines.
Pathways to health study
From school leavers to mature age students, there many study pathways to achieve your goals and lots of support available.
We provide a range of services and programs to support Indigenous students in their studies.
Scholarships and grants
You may be eligible for financial assistance to help cover the costs of your placement or support study-related activities.
We support students undertaking placement with services or agencies located within our footprint.
We provide convenient, affordable accommodation options for eligible health students whilst undertaking their placement.
We provide a number of resources to support students on their journey toward becoming rural health professionals.
Rural health club
Rural health clubs allow medical, nursing and allied health students to learn more about rural lifestyle and rural practice.