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International Scholarships for Health-Related Courses 2020/2021

Are you a student of medicine or a health-related course and looking for Ph.D. programs, Masters programs, or undergraduate programs in medicine or a  health-related course on fully funded or partial support scholarship, you can find a list of Top International Scholarships for health-related courses on this page.

Studying any medical or health-related course is quite an expensive venture, hence the need for Medicine and health-related Scholarships.

The significance of turning out qualified doctors and medical researchers cannot be overstressed by people the world over. And this is one of the reasons for the widespread availability of graduate scholarships for medical students, offered at medical schools and health institutes around the world.

For potential students who want to continue their medical or health-related education overseas but don’t want the costs that often come with it, there’s hope. Below is a comprehensive list of Medicine and health-related Scholarships in 2020.

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International Scholarships for Health-Related Courses

If you desire to obtain a degree or continue your studies in health-related courses in another nation and you require financial support, you should take a look at the following list of available health-related scholarship awards 2020/2021. These scholarships include both graduate and undergraduate health-related scholarships for international students.

  • Colt Foundation PhD Fellowships in Occupational/Environmental Health in UK 2020
  • Radboudumc Hypatia Tenure Track Research Fellowship in Netherlands 2020
  • DEPM Prostate Cancer Research Scholarship at Monash University in Australia 2020
  • Microsoft AI for Health COVID-19 Grants 2020
  • MSc in Digital Health Scholarships at University of Bristol in UK 2020

Colt Foundation PhD Fellowships in Occupational/Environmental Health in UK 2020

Annually, the Colt Foundation awards up to 4 Colt Foundation PhD Fellowships in Occupational/Environmental Health, to enable holders to enroll in a Ph.D. program in occupational or environmental health at a UK university. Fellowships are normally for 3 years, but Colt Foundation will consider applications for awards over shorter periods from applicants who have already started a Ph.D. but do not have full funding from other sources to cover the completion of their degree.

In selecting Fellows, the Colt Foundation takes into account the academic track record of the applicant, the quality of the research project that will be undertaken, and the environment in which the Ph.D. training will be undertaken, including the commitment of the supervisors. Applicants with the potential to become future research leaders in occupational and environmental health will be supported.

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Radboudumc Hypatia Tenure Track Research Fellowship in Netherlands 2020

The Radboudumc in the Netherlands welcomes applications for the Radboudumc Hypatia Tenure Track Research Fellowship Grant ‘modeling and simulation’ which is granted to persons looking to obtain a Fellowship Program in the Netherlands. Applicants must be an enthusiastic, skilled, and proactive researcher with a degree in (medical) informatics, (health) economics, econometrics, or a similar discipline. Applicants must have an interest in the building and application of microsimulation models, early cycle health economic modeling, and optimization of early detection strategies in health care.

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DEPM Prostate Cancer Research Scholarship at Monash University in Australia 2020

The DEPM Prostate Cancer Research Scholarship award is aimed at encouraging students to undergo additional studies at Honours level in medicine at the Monash Alfred campus in the field of Public Health and Preventive Medicine, concentrating principally on enhancing health outcomes for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. Applicants must be commencing or continuing in a full-time School of Public Health and Preventive Medicine Honours program at the Monash Alfred campus.

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Microsoft AI for Health COVID-19 Grants 2020

Given the urgency of the COVID-19 pandemic, Microsoft is welcoming requests in the AI for Health program for COVID-19 grant proposals from non-profits, the academic world, and governments. This is a dedicated endeavor for COVID-19 grant requests only.

AI for Health is a fresh $60 million, five-year humanitarian program from Microsoft, established to empower non-profits, researchers, and establishment tackling some of the toughest problems in global health.

This grant scheme offers Azure cloud and High-Performance Computing competences. Their team of AI for Health data science experts, whose mission is to improve the health of people and communities worldwide, is also open to collaborations with COVID-19 researchers as they tackle this critical challenge. More generally, Microsoft’s research scientists around the world, spanning computer science, medicine, biology, and public health, will also be accessible to offer advice and work in partnership per mutual interest.

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MSc in Digital Health Scholarships at University of Bristol in UK 2020

The MSc in Digital Health Scholarships at the University of Bristol is designed to attract the brightest students from across the world who are going to pursue a postgraduate degree at the university in the UK. To be eligible, the applicants must hold/achieve a minimum of an upper-second class honors degree (or international equivalent) in a relevant discipline. This can be either a STEM-related discipline (e.g. computer science, engineering) or a health-related discipline (e.g. life sciences, medicine, health sciences, psychology, neuroscience, nursing or an allied health profession). The University of Bristol provides a 50% tuition fee of the program for both UK and foreign students.

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