Australia Awards In-PNG Scholarships
Applications for study in 2022 are now closed
Due to the high number of applications, only shortlisted applicants will be contacted. Refer to the various scholarship pages for specific updates on midwifery, maritime, nursing and teaching scholarships.
Applications for study in 2023 will open mid-2022.
Australia Awards In-PNG Scholarships provide training in priority areas identified by the PNG and Australian Governments, and are delivered through selected partner institutions in PNG. The Australian Government is committed to promoting gender equity, disability and social inclusion (GEDSI) and encourages women, people with disability and people from rural and remote locations to apply for an In-PNG Scholarship.
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Follow the links below to learn more about the various scholarship opportunities.
Lucy Gawai, Principal of Kapuna Community Health Worker Training School, recently graduated with a Bachelor of Midwifery from the University of Goroka as an Australia Awards scholar and was recognised as the top student in her class and the second for overall...
‘If you’re interested in marine engineering and have the opportunity to study – take it; don’t let your gender dictate your dream.’ That’s Michelle Marnapal’s advice to other Papua New Guinean women who want to follow her lead as a marine engineer in the maritime...
Geographical remoteness, limited telecommunications and critical-care incidents are familiar challenges for many nurses working in Papua New Guinea. This has motivated three nurses from Morobe and New Ireland Provinces to develop their skills and give back to their...