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Medicine on Second Music Bursary

Scholarship applications for Semester 2 2023 are now closed.

All applicants will be notified of the outcome of their application by close of business, 31 August 2023.

Study support bursary for full time undergraduate students enrolled in second semester with a major or minor in Music or enrolled in a Bachelor of Music program.

Offered for the first time in Semester 2, 2019, the Medicine on Second Music Bursary shall be awarded to one (1) undergraduate student who has declared a music major or minor each year. In Semester 2 2023, the eligibility criteria expanded to include students enrolled in the Bachelor of Music program. The student may be studying at any UniSC campus.

Medicine on Second is a modern, award-winning medical practice with staff who appreciate the role music plays in the health of their patients. Medicine on Second's managing director, Dr Michael Ryan, recognises that it is difficult for students to keep up with their studies, work, and pursue their passion for music. It is the hope that this bursary will allow students to continue their love of music wherever their career path takes them.

The bursary will be valued at $2,000 and paid in eight fortnightly instalments of $250.

Please note: This bursary is offered on a yearly basis through funds provided by an external donor. If funding is not available in any given year, the bursary will not be awarded.

Study Support Payment Schedule 2024

Semester 2

1

26/07/2024

2

09/08/2024

3

23/08/2024

4

06/09/2024

5

20/09/2024

6

04/10/2024

7

18/10/2024

8

01/11/2024
Eligibility
  • full-time domestic student
  • enrolled in a Bachelor of Music program or any undergraduate program with a major or minor in Music
  • students must have completed at least one semester at UniSC (48 units)
  • minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) of 4.0
  • Australian citizen, New Zealand citizen, Permanent Australian Humanitarian Visa holder or Permanent Resident of Australia
Selection criteria
  • financial need
  • hours worked in paid employment or commitment to activities that impact on the time available for the student to study (e.g. compulsory fieldwork placement, significant carer responsibilities)
  • academic merit
Eligible programs
All undergraduate programs
Number available
1
Value

A$2,000