Courses we support

We offer support to students studying towards a health profession at undergraduate and postgraduate levels in the following disciplines: nursing, midwifery, dentistry, oral health, physiotherapy, occupational therapy, podiatry, speech pathology, pharmacy, paramedicine, medical radiation science, mental health (Indigenous), psychology, social work, exercise physiology and pathology.

For students from other universities who undertake placements in our footprint, it can include other health profession courses as well. Not all health courses are within our funding scope, please contact us directly to check your eligibility.

Charles Sturt University students must be enrolled in one of the following courses to be considered eligible for support from Three Rivers DRH.

Faculty of Science and Health

Faculty of Business, Justice and Behavioural Sciences

Faculty of Arts and Education

First Nations pathways into health courses

There are many pathways to studying towards a health career. We have developed the Caring for Our Mob short film and the Indigenous Pathways into Health handbook to inspire and support the academic and career aspirations of First Nations people in the areas of health, including nursing, midwifery, dentistry and allied health professions.

Pathway courses

There are also other opportunities to study towards a health profession via one of our pathways courses. Visit Study Pathways for more information.