Cadetships for Indigenous medical students in NSW for rural postgraduate placements are offered annually by the NSW Rural Doctors Network. They provide multi-year funding for Indigenous medical students at NSW universities who are interested in rural practice and committed to undertaking two out of their first three years of postgraduate training at NSW Rural Base Hospitals (Albury, Wagga Wagga, Dubbo, Orange and Tamworth).
For further details about the rural cadetships see the
NSW Rural Doctors Network or call 02 8337 8100.
The NSW Aboriginal Allied Health Cadetship program is for Aboriginal people living in NSW who are undertaking full-time study in an eligible undergraduate or postgraduate allied health course.
For more information, visit:
Aboriginal Allied Health Cadetship.
For information about the different Allied Health Professions, visit:
Map My Allied Health Career.
There are a variety of scholarship opportunities available for Aboriginal people wanting to pursue a career in health: