Mathew Peck Travelling Grant

Mathew Peck Travelling Grant

The Mathew Peck Travelling Grant has been created to support students studying the Bachelor of Pharmacy as they participate in an International Health Development Program in a developing country. Students are selected based on their community participation and commitment to understanding international health issues. The $4000 grant provides financial assistance for the students who also receive mentoring in the field with a pharmacist as part of the program.

Applications

17 Jan - 4 Mar 2022

Total scholarship value

$4000

Number offered

Variable depending on funding

Bachelor of Engineering (Honours)

Jacob

The financial support from my scholarship allows me to work less, focus more on my studies, and contribute through the Access Monash mentoring program. It has also connected me with a scholarship donor who worked in my field, and is now a great mentor to me as I work out where I want to end up and how to navigate the challenges of studying an Engineering degree.

Am I eligible?

You must be one of the following:

  • An Australian citizen
  • A New Zealand citizen
  • Australian permanent resident
  • Australian humanitarian visa holder
  • Current full-time undergraduate student enrolled in the third or fourth year of the Bachelor of Pharmacy or Bachelor of Pharmacy/Bachelor of Commerce at a Monash campus in Australia.
  • Intending to participate in an international health development program in a developing country.
  • Minimum of a credit average (60 per cent or above) in your most recent 48 credit points of study in pharmacy units.

Benefits

  • $4000 one-off payment.
  • Mentoring in the field with a pharmacist as part of the International Health Development Program.

Number offered

  • Variable depending on funding.

Selection criteria

  • Based on personal attributes, community participation, leadership qualities and an ability to act independently.
  • Demonstrated commitment and motivation through participation in community, school or local organisations.
  • An understanding of international health issues and a motivation to make a contribution in the area of international health.

To retain this scholarship:

  • Recipients must maintain full-time enrolment.

How to apply

  • Students must present a written report and oral presentation with photos within one month of your return, and be prepared to participate in publicity and fundraising opportunities
  • Students are allowed to defer their program of travel due to unforeseen health or personal reasons or changed local conditions.
  • To apply, submit your application directly to Monash

Every scholarship may have a different application process – or none at all. Read the application details carefully and submit your application by the deadline. For more details, visit our scholarships application page.


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