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Australian Indigenous HealthBulletin
 

Reg Saunders scholarship

 

Overview

The Returned Services League (RSL) established the Reg Saunders tertiary level scholarship in 1992 to support students of an Indigenous background to enter into drug and alcohol abuse studies. The scholarship provides a $2,000 grant to assist with these studies.

The aim of the scholarship is to increase the number of qualified substance abuse professionals among Indigenous communities, and as such, the scholarship requires an applicant to major or specialise in drug and alcohol abuse targeted courses. Where these courses do not specifically contain subjects or units dealing with substance abuse, the students must be able to provide scope for such studies in their elective subjects and field placements.

Application details: Please refer to the links below for more information about applications.

Contacts

Student Enquiries and Support Team
Batchelor Institute
Building A12
Batchelor Campus NT 0845

Ph: (08) 9397 347
Email: student.support@batchelor.edu.au

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Last updated: 2 May 2016
 
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