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Scholarships

Scholarship applications for study in 2020 are open from July 1st to August 31st.

To apply please fill out ALL sections of the application form and email to: admin@nmc.org.au by 31st August 2019.
Please ensure you fill out the form that is applicable to your study (coursework OR research).

ANMC Scholarship Application-Coursework 2019

ANMC Scholarship Application-Research 2019

 

The Australian Nurses Memorial Centre (ANMC) offers a number of scholarships to exceptional candidates, such as nurses and midwives, undertaking postgraduate study at an Australian University or accredited higher education institution. The purpose of these scholarships is to increase access to postgraduate study for nurses and midwives as part of the ANMC’s mission to act as “a living memorial” by advancing the nursing profession through education.

In 2019 (for study in 2020) there are 6 scholarships that are offered through the Australian Nurses Memorial Centre:

  1. The Australian Legion of Ex-Servicemen and Women Scholarships

  2. Vivian Bullwinkel Award – Nurses Memorial Centre Scholarship and Award

  3. Betty Jeffrey Award – Nurses Memorial Centre Scholarship and Award

  4. Prince Henry’s Affiliates Scholarship 

  5. Indigenous Scholarship

    This is a new scholarship made possible by generous donations to the Australian Nurses Memorial Centre.  The Centre recognises the contribution of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurses to the health and well-being of the community.The ANMC is pleased to offer this Indigenous Scholarship for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander nurses undertaking postgraduate Nursing Studies at an Australian University or other accredited higher education institution.

    For further information regarding this scholarship please refer to the ANMC Scholarships General Information_2019 and Indigenous Nurse Scholarship – Selection Criteria or refer to our FAQs.

  6. The Anne Murray Mental Health Scholarship

    In 2017 the Australian Nurses Memorial Centre introduced the Anne Murray Mental Health Scholarship. Anne was a Prince Henry’s nurse who died at an early age from dementia and this scholarship is in her memory. This Scholarship is generously provided by Anne’s partner, Ms Dolores Makris.
    The Anne Murray Mental Health Scholarship is open to nurses undertaking postgraduate Nursing Studies at an Australian University or other accredited higher education institute and studying in the area of mental health.

    For further information regarding this scholarship please refer to the ANMC Scholarships General Information_2019 and Anne Murray Mental Health Scholarship – Selection Criteria or refer to our FAQs.

Scholarship applications are taken between 1 July and 31 August each year.

If you have any questions regarding your eligibility and other scholarship questions, please refer to the FAQ section.