Scholarship for UQ Pharmacy Student
4th Year Bachelor of Pharmacy student, Thomas Mylne, was recently awarded one of 3 Indigenous scholarships by the Pharmacy Guild of Australia.
Mr Mylnes scholarship is part of The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Pharmacy Scholarship Scheme (ATSIPSS), which is an initiative of the Indigenous Access Program, aiming to improve access to community pharmacy services by Indigenous Australians.
ATSIPSS aims to encourage Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students to undertake undergraduate or graduate entry studies in pharmacy at an Australian University.
The Scholarship Scheme is funded by the Australian Government, as represented by the Department of Health and Ageing, and is administered by the Guild Pharmacy Guild of Australia.
Mr Mylne was among 3 recipients in this years round, which provides students $15,000 per annum, for up to 4 years of study.
Other recipients included Tamika Hagan (University of Newcastle) and Shannon Unsworth (University of New England).
Applications Now Open
The Pharmacy Guild of Australia is currently taking applications for the next round of scholarships.
Applications are open to students who are currently enrolled in a Bachelor of Pharmacy degree at an Australian University. For a full list of criteria, please see the "Scholarship Guidelines" link below.
For full information visit the Guild's scholarship page.
- Megan Taylor
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