Supporting the community

MIGA's Grants Programs for students & doctors

An important core value of MIGA is to support the community and environment, which we do in many different ways.

One of the key methods we use to deliver support is through long-term Grants Programs - the Elective Grants Program for medical students and the Doctors in Training Grants Program.
 
These Programs enable MIGA to support the personal growth of students and junior doctors, delivering advantages for the broader medical profession as well as the community. The benefits that flow from the efforts of these individuals are immeasurable and ongoing, and we are incredibly proud to support all our recipients’ in their endeavours.
 
We encourage you to learn more about each Program and the available support below.

Elective Grants Program

Since 2004, MIGA has offered financial grants to medical students completing elective placements in developing communities.  Each year, there are six Grants of $3,500 available, made up of:

  • $2,000 to assist in funding the student’s personal elective costs
  • $1,500 to provide medical or other aid to the community visited.

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Doctors in Training Grants Program

Established in 2008, this Program provides funding to assist doctors in training pursue advanced training opportunities in Australia and abroad, including post graduate study, specialised fellowships and medical research.
 
Each year there are four Grants of $5,000 available, which help doctors meet the training related costs they may incur such as travel, accommodation and program fees.

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