Applications for the 2019 LIME Connection Bursary are now closed.

To support the participation of students and community members in LIME Connection VIII, bursary places were offered to Aboriginal, Torres Strait Islander and Māori medical students, as well as to community members who work with medical schools and have a strong interest in Indigenous health. Each bursary covers the costs of registration, travel, accommodation and meals.

This year, bursary places were offered to:

The purpose of the bursaries is to:

Successful recipients of the bursary were selected on the basis of their:

Funding for Indigenous medical student and community bursaries

LIME Connection VIII student and community bursaries have been funded by medical schools and departments in the following Australian and Aotearoa/New Zealand universities:

The bursary covers the costs of airfares, accommodation, meals, conference registration and networking events.
Medical Student Bursary applications are closed. Applicants have been notified of their application outcome
E: lime-network@unimelb.edu.au

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“It exceeded my expectations! I had no idea how amazing how big LIME was and how brilliantly organised it would be. I met a range of likeminded and friendly people who’s friendships I will hopefully keep for life. I was motivated and moved by the speakers and their lessons in improving Indigenous Medical education inspired me to recognise and improve such areas in my own university”

“Thank you so much to everyone who played a part in myself and the other students attending LIME it was a turning point in my medical education and an opportunity I am so proud to have had!” 

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