Provides up to $5,000 to local students who have been accepted into a degree in medicine at the University of NSW.
The scholarship was established through the Rural Clinical School of Medicine in 2007 to assist first year medical students studying at the University of New South Wales who’ve lived in the Albury-Wodonga local government area or attended a local school prior to attending UNSW.
The aim of the program is to encourage doctors to return to regional communities where their skills are desperately needed once they have completed their studies.
The 2024 AlburyCity Medical Scholarships Round will open in March 2024. Please check back in February 2024 for further updates.
To be eligible for a medical scholarship through our program, applicants must meet the following criteria:
AlburyCity is committed to ensuring better practice and ease of access to the Medical Scholarship Program.
If you are deaf and/or have a hearing or speech impairment, the National Relay Service may assist you on 1300 555 727. Please note: To use the National Relay Service, you will need to register first, so you can make and receive calls.
If you are a non-English speaker, you can use the National Translating and Interpreting Service. The service provides immediate phone interpreting. To find out more, visit the TIS National website or call 131 450, and quote our unique number 285237.
Applications for the 2023 AlburyCity Medical Scholarships are now CLOSED.
The 2024 Round will open in March 2024. Please check back in February 2024 for further updates.
These scholarships were established only for students from the local region, Albury Wodonga and immediate surrounds*, who have been accepted into a Degree in Medicine at the University of NSW.
* The immediate surrounds is defined as an area including the Local Government area of AlburyCity, extending to the Local Government Areas of: Federation, Greater Hume Shire and City of Wodonga.