I-MED Radiology Network Medical Imaging Bursary

Queensland University of Technology
October 29, 2023
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What you'll receive

A 7-week, work integrated learning clinical placement at one of the selected I-MED regional placement sites. Supported by $5,000 of funding, as a cash payment, to assist with the out-of-pocket expenses associated with undertaking a regional placement.

  • Be enrolled in the Bachelor of Medical Imaging (Honours) (CS48) Year 2, Semester 2 at the time of application and enrolled, or ontrack to enrol for, Year 3 in Semester 1, 2024
  • At the time of application have, and maintain a minimum GPA 5.0 until the time of your placement.
  • Be willing to undertake a clinical placement at any I-MED Radiology Network regional placement site offered in either of the 7-week clinical placement blocks during Year 3 (May and July).
  • I-MED Radiology sites eligible for this placement are:
  • Rockhampton Mater Hospital
  • Buderim Private Hospital
  • St Andrew's Hospital, Ipswich
  • Thuringowa Central, Townsville
  • Caboolture Hospital
  • Caboolture Medical Hub
  • Caboolture Specialist Centre
  • St Stephen's Medical Imaging - Hervey Bay
  • Mount Isa Base Hospital
  • How to apply

    To apply, complete the application form, including a written statement (maximum 1,000 words total) answering these four questions:

  • Discuss the value of patient care within the scope of Medical Imaging practice. (25%)
  • Provide an example (from recent practical experience) where your actions affected patient care and outcome. (25%)
  • Think of an occasion where you were part of/observed collaborative team work on your most recent practical, and discuss its affects on the patient outcome in this situation? (25%)
  • Please expand on your experiences regarding innovation in medical imaging. How does this affect patient outcomes? (25%)
  • Other documents to attach to your application:

  • Your current curriculum vitae (CV)
  • Complete your online application

    Applications close Sunday 29 October 2023.

    What happens next?

    Once the selection process is complete, you will be notified in writing of the outcome of your application. The successful applicant may be notified of the outcome of their application by telephone or email prior to receiving the formal written notification.


    You will need to:

  • maintain a grade point average of at least 5.0
  • maintain an enrolment (full time or part time) in Semester 1 and 2, 2024.
  • Information about taxation on scholarships is also available from the ATO website

    Withdrawal and Termination of Scholarship

    Withdrawal by recipient: Scholarship recipients who withdraw from their study program after receiving payment of scholarship benefits may be required to repay some or all of the scholarship funds received.

    Termination of scholarship by QUT: QUT may terminate a scholarship if a recipient does not satisfactorily meet the scholarship terms and conditions.

    Terms and conditions for I-MED Radiology Network Medical Imaging Bursary (PDF file; 194.1 KB)

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