The Dr Angelika Zimmerman Medical Scholarship
- 1st Jan 2023
- 8th Mar 2023
- Study level
- Graduate Coursework
- Enrolment status
- Current student
- Study Area
- Medical Education
- Individual donation
- Fund source
- Perpetual Trust (UOM)
- Fund basis
Dr Hans Prem is a Mechanical Engineering alumnus and obtained his PhD in 1984 from the University of Melbourne. He has many years of engineering and engineering research experience in vehicle dynamics. Dr Prem made his gift in memory of his late wife, Dr Angelika Zimmerman, a child psychiatrist and University of Melbourne alumna (MBBS 1968). Dr Zimmerman had an enormous impact on the children and the families she treated. This scholarship will assist medical students with financial disadvantage to pursue a career in medicine and positively impact the lives of patients and communities, as Dr Zimmerman did during her lifetime.
One or more scholarships awarded annually. Value of each award is up to $10,000.
Disclaimer: The benefit amount for this award is approximate. It will be confirmed at the time of awarding and determined by the committee according to the terms of the award.
To be considered for this award, students must:
- Be enrolled in the Doctor of Medicine (MC-DMED); and
- Have demonstrated financial need (refer to selection criteria) via submission of a Student Financial Assessment form.
The selection of a recipient is based on the applicant’s financial aid ranking as provided by the University Scholarships office, taking into consideration whether applicants have received other Financial Aid bursaries or University/Faculty Scholarships in that year.
The recipient will be selected by the Melbourne Medical School Scholarships and Bursary Allocation Committee.
You must submit an online Student Financial Assessment form (Round one) by the closing date.
For more information about this scholarship, please contact the MMS Student Awards Officer at email@example.com.
For more information about Financial Aid Grant applications, please contact Stop 1.
Department / Centre