Flinders University is now accepting applications for its partially funded Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship.
About Flinders University and Scholarship
Public research university Flinders University is based in Adelaide, South Australia, and has locations across the state of South Australia and in the Northern Territory. It was founded in 1966 and is named for the early 19th-century British sailor Matthew Flinders who explored and charted the Australian and South Australian coasts.
With 156 acres of native woodlands and gardens encircling its main campus in Bedford Park in Adelaide’s south, it is a luxuriant institution. Other campuses include those at Tonsley, the central business district of Adelaide, Renmark, Alice Springs, and Darwin. The Innovative Research Universities (IRU) Group includes this institution. According to the 2021 Graduate Outcome Survey – Longitudinal, provided by the Australian Government’s Quality Indicators for Learning and Teaching, Flinders University tops the nation in postgraduate employment outcomes.
The main campus of the institution is located in the Adelaide inner southern suburb of Bedford Park, about 12 kilometers south of the city center. The institution also has a presence in Tonsley and Victoria Square in the city center. Additionally, it has external teaching locations in the Northern Territory, southwestern Victoria, and outback South Australia. International students accounted for 19.5% of the on-campus student body as of 2020, and several off-campus programs are also available, mainly in the Asia-Pacific area.
According to the 2022 Times Higher Education rankings, Flinders University is ranked 266th out of 300 universities worldwide. Flinders University offers more than 160 undergraduate and graduate programs in addition to higher-level research supervision across all disciplines. Many courses make use of modern information and communication technology to enhance face-to-face instruction and give flexible possibilities.
The Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship was created to give financial help to students pursuing a postgraduate degree in Primary Health Care (Diabetes Management and Education). Mediserve Nursing Agency gave the funding.
Details about Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship at Flinders University:
Scholarship Sponsor: Flinders University, Australia
Scholarship Value: $2,000
Number of awards: Two
Study level: Postgraduate
Host Institution(s): Flinders University, Australia
Eligibility Criteria for Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship
Applicants are advised to meet the following conditions to be eligible for the Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship at Flinders University:
- Be enrolled in Flinders University’s Graduate Certificate in Primary Health Care (Diabetes Management and Education);
- Possess a residence in the Northern Territory;
- Possess an Australian passport, a visa for permanent residence, or a permanent humanitarian visa.
The scholarship will be given based on the student’s ability to demonstrate their willingness to work in the Northern Territory in compliance with established university policies.
Application Process for Mediserve Northern Territory Diabetes Management and Education Scholarship
Applications should be submitted online through the Student System by the specified closing date.
The Application Deadline is: August 9, 2023
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