AMA Indigenous Scholarship
AMSA and the AMA recognise the critical importance of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors in contributing to better health outcomes for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people.
Established in 1994, the AMA Indigenous Medical Scholarship contributes to growing the number of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander doctors by supporting First Nations people who are studying a medical degree at an Australian university.
The Scholarship targets Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander medical students who demonstrate a commitment to their community and to medicine, and who may not have the financial means to realise their dream.
The value of the Scholarship is currently $10,000 per annum, which is awarded for the full course of a medical degree, subject to the Conditions of Award.
For more information, including how to apply, please visit the AMA website here.
Published: 17 Jan 2021