The College Scholarship


As the founder of Gamsat Review for prospective medical students and a mature applicant to medicine himself Dr Peter Griffiths appreciates the value of encouraging applicants into medicine and related health care professions from a wide variety of diverse backgrounds.

As the population ages and changes the challenge for medicine over the coming decades will be to adapt to societal changes and health care professionals  must also adapt to these changes.

In order to help be a driver of this change Dr Griffiths has partnered with Colleges and institutions both within Australia and around the world in order to help promote the entry of appropriate candidates and allow the profession to develop into becoming an optimal partner to society.

Who Is Eligible?

The College Scholarship is open to any resident of participating colleges who are preparing for the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test (GAMSAT) for prospective entry to a university program which requires this test in any health care field.

The scholarships are open to all but applications from those from an underprivileged or difficult circumstances are particularly welcome.

Each participating college will be awarded one scholarship.

Details Of The Scholarship

Every successful recipient of the scholarship will receive free enrollment in the Gamsat Review Course for the Graduate Medical School Admissions Test.

Scholarship Students

How To Apply

Please see the list of participating colleges and institutions below for individual details.


Applications are open.

Participating Colleges

This is a provisional list, final list will be confirmed shortly.

St Andrew's College

St Andrew's College, University of Sydney - Apply to the St Andrews College Registrar.