Scholarships and grants

CSU and Three Rivers UDRH offer a variety of scholarships and grants across a range of disciplines.  If you don't find a scholarship here, you can search the full CSU scholarships database.  Please follow us on social media or subscribe to our newsletter to stay up to date with the latest information.

For CSU Students

Three Rivers UDRH Placement Grant

Supports students in the Nursing, Midwifery, Allied Health and Dentistry disciplines to go on placements of two weeks or more that are away from home and within the Three Rivers footprint.

The 2019 Three Rivers UDRH Placement Grant will close on 2nd December 2019. Eligible students who have placements commencing in 2019 should apply for the Grant prior to the closing date.
Students who have placements commencing in 2020 should apply when the Grant re-opens early next year. Please monitor the website for advice of the 2020 Grant opening date.
Note: The 2019 Three Rivers UDRH Placement Grant Guidelines are subject to review and the Eligibility Criteria may change in 2020.

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For other University Students

These scholarships and grants are for students who are not attending CSU.

Charles Sturt University students should apply for the Three Rivers UDRH Placement Grant (subject to eligibility criteria).

Three Rivers UDRH Travel Support Scheme

This Travel Support Scheme provides financial support for health discipline students undertaking placement within our footprint from non-CSU universities.

The 2019 Three Rivers UDRH Travel Support Scheme will close on 2nd December 2019. Eligible students who have placements commencing in 2019 should apply for the Scheme prior to the closing date.
Note: The 2019 Three Rivers UDRH Travel Support Scheme will be reviewed at the end of this year and the Eligibility Criteria may be subject to change in 2020. Please monitor the website for advice of the 2020 Three Rivers UDRH Travel Support Scheme availability.

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Professional Development Grants

Research Conference Support Grant

The objective of the Conference Grant initiative is to support the career development of academic ECRs, PhD students and clinical researchers whose research has good potential to enhance understanding of rural health issues, and where attendance at nominated conferences and research events will provide opportunities to engage with current issues and debates in rural health fields.

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