Sally Adams was a valued and loved member of the nursing administration team based at Falmer. She sadly died in 2017 and is much missed by all of her colleagues and friends. Due to Sally’s commitment to her role and to those nursing students she supported, Sally’s family have generously funded a scholarship to honour her memory.
This scholarship will allow selected student nurses to undertake a two to four week practice learning experience. This can be undertaken either in the UK or internationally and will be a placement which they would not normally be able to consider due to cost or other circumstances. The placement should take place in Year 2 placement 1 or 2, or Year 3 placement 1.
Successful student nurses will be able to utilise the funding to pay for accommodation, travel costs or to fund care for children/dependents to allow them to undertake this experience.
Is this fund for me?
The opportunity is open to pre-registration student nurses from their second year of undergraduate study from courses in adult nursing, child nursing and mental health nursing. See terms and conditions here.
What does it provide?
Grants of up to £300.
How many grants are available?
They are up to eight awards available this funding round.
When and how can I apply?
The selection process will be in two parts. Firstly, a shortlisting process and then interviews for shortlisted students. Applications will are now open and will close Midnight 25 February 2024. Applicants will need to fill out an online application form.
Fiona Walker received funding in 2022–23. Read her blog to find out more about the placement the funding enabled her to undertake.