Master's Program: Scholarships

Each year the IPAS program seeks to provide a number of partial scholarships as funds become available.  Information about scholarships will be updated on this page as new information becomes available.

Other Sources of Financial Aid:

We would also like to direct your attention to the following national funding sources:

USA:

American students enrolled for a minimum of 6 credits per semester may be eligible for federal financial aid. You can find about this on the VCU website: http://www.enrollment.vcu.edu/finaid/

UK:

Some information about financial aid is available here: http://www.kcl.ac.uk/graduate/funding/database/

Scholarships are also available through the Society for the Study of Addiction (SSA): 

     Bursaries: http://www.addiction-ssa.org/ssa_13.htm

     Travelling Scholarships: http://www.addiction-ssa.org/scholar.htm

     PhD Studentship scheme: http://www.addiction-ssa.org/phd.htm

Australia:

Information on local grants can be found here: http://www.international.adelaide.edu.au/scholarships/

Comorbidity Professional Development Scholarships

The Alcohol and Other Drugs and Mental Health Comorbidity Professional Development Scholarships Program is being coordinated by NCETA on behalf of the Australian Government Department of Health and Ageing. Eligible applicants can apply for scholarships to increase their capacity in the detection and treatment of co-occurring mental health and drug and alcohol-related problems.

Scholarships are available for existing, not-for-profit, incorporated, non-government owned organisations and/or their staff whose role substantially involves providing services to clients with AOD- or MH-related issues. The professional development activity for which funding is sought must be directly relevant to alcohol and other drugs where the applicant provides mainly MH-related services

For more information visit: http://www.nceta.flinders.edu.au/projects/comorbidity.html

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