Building on the success of the 2020 scholarship programme, we are proud to be launching our Business of Healthcare Academy, where this year we will:
1. Facilitate a mentorship programme created to support healthcare professionals from ethnically diverse backgrounds to pursue their leadership careers.
2. Provide a £10k grant to deliver an initiative this winter that addresses ethnic health and care inequalities.
WE WILL BE ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FROM 25th OCTOBER 2021
APPLICATIONS CLOSE AT 4 PM ON 22nd NOVEMBER 2021
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Find out if you are eligible for a Health and Care inequality grant
When is the application deadline for the mentorship and health and care inequality grant?
The application deadline for both programmes is 4 pm on 22nd November 2021.
When will I be notified of the decision?
We will aim to notify candidates of the outcome by Friday 17th December 2021.
Will I receive confirmation that my submission has been received?
You will be emailed an application submission receipt.
How many spaces are available on the mentorship programme?
A total of twenty spaces are available, and each candidate will be allocated, one mentor.
For a further five candidates, there will be an opportunity to have a group session with Tara, the Managing Director of THC.
How many £10k grants will be awarded?
1 £10k grant will be awarded this year
Can students apply to the mentorship programme?
Unfortunately, not this time. This opportunity is for those currently working professionals in the field of healthcare.
Can students apply for the health and care inequalities grant?
Yes, providing their educational institution endorses the initiative and holds the funds.
Is this opportunity open to international applicants?
Unfortunately, not this time. This opportunity is for UK residents only.
Can self-employed people apply to the mentorship programme?
This mentorship programme supports those wanting to move into leadership positions within an organisation that is not their own (e.g. an NHS organisation, GP Practice, Care Home, Private Hospital, Dentist, etc.). At this time, those who are self-employed or run their own business are not eligible.
Can self-employed people apply to health and care inequalities grant?
Can I apply for this opportunity if I work outside of the field of healthcare?
This opportunity is designed to support healthcare professionals move into leadership positions in the field of healthcare only.
To apply for the health and care inequality grant, you must:
Be a UK organisation that provides health and care services
To be able to deliver the initiative by 31st March 2021