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The University of Queensland (UQ)

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The Australian Critical Incident Stress Association (ACISA) Stress and Trauma Scholarship

Key details

Value
2000
Length of Support
1 year

About this scholarship

The purpose of the scholarship is to encourage students to undertake applied research in the area of stress and trauma in the community or workplace. Established in 2008 and maintained by funds donated from the Australian Critical Incident Stress Association Inc (ACISA).

Available to:  Current Student
Level of study:  Postgraduate Coursework
Citizenship:  Australian and Permanent Residents or NZ citizens International student

Awarded to students who undertake applied research in the area of stress and trauma in the community or workplace.

Eligibility

An applicant is eligible for the award of a scholarship in a year, if the student:

  • is enrolled in the Master of Mental Health program; and
  • is enrolled in the course entitled Independent Mental Health Project A in semester 1; and
  • intends to enrol in the course entitled Independent Mental Health Project B in either the following semester or the year immediately following; and
  • is undertaking an Independent Mental Health Project in the broad research area of stress and trauma in the community or workplace.

How to apply

Please email all applications for this Scholarship to med.prizes@uq.edu.au. Ensure your document is in Microsoft Word format and that the document is saved as your name and the name of the Scholarship being applied for.

For example: JanePrize.TheScholarship.

All applications must be received by 4.00 pm. You will be sent an electronic receipt once your application has been received.

Eligibility

Eligible Degrees
  • Masters (Coursework)
Gender
  • Female
  • Male
Eligible Study Fields
H
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences