The National Centre for Farmer Health will provide a limited number of scholarships to financially assist students who would like to undertake further study in area of Agricultural Health and Medicine. Scholarships are open twice yearly to applicants who enrol in core units HMF701 (Agricultural Health and Medicine) and or HMF702 (Healthy and Sustainable Agricultural Communities) either as part of their Graduate Certificate in Agricultural Health and Medicine, or as an elective at Deakin University or other university post-graduate course.
There are three categories of scholarships, valued at $1,650, to be used by successful applicants to subsidise travel, accommodation and/or unit fees.
National Centre for Farmer Health Scholarship Categories 2021 – Applications close 1|11|2020
- Veterinarians, Optometrists or Psychologists
- Aboriginal & Torres Strait Islander
Scholarship Selection Criteria
Applicants must be enrolled, or planning to enrol in HMF701 or HMF702 to be eligible for a scholarship. Individuals living or working in rural and remote areas, and postgraduate students, who do not have access to financial support from either their workplace or other funding agencies, are encouraged to apply.
Country Women’s Association Agricultural Health and Medicine Full Scholarship 2021 – Applications close 1|11|2020
The National Centre for Farmer Health supported by The Country Women’s Association of Victoria Inc. is offering a ground-breaking full scholarship for study in the Graduate Certificate of Agricultural Health and Medicine (H522). The funding will cover most costs associated with enrolment at Deakin University.
For more information on this unit, the topics covered or on the application process, please contact: