St Andrew’s Hospital in conjunction with Health Care Management have established a new student prize to encourage and award academic excellence in the Graduate Certificate in Health Administration at Flinders University.
The proposed rules for the prize follow:
- The prize shall be known as the St Andrew’s Hospital Prize in Health Administration
- The prize may be awarded annually by the Department of Health Management Examinations Board, on the recommendation of the Head of the Department of Health Management and the Coordinator of the Graduate Certificate in Health Administration course.
- The prize shall be awarded to the graduating student in the Graduate Certificate in Health Administration who has completed all 18 units of the award at Flinders University and has achieved the highest Grade Point Average (GPA) throughout the course.
- The prize shall consist of a certificate and a payment to the value of $500. In the event of a tie, the prize will go to the student with the highest aggregate mark for the course.
- Both full-time and part-time students are eligible for the prize.
- No award shall be made if the Examinations Board deems that there is no candidate of sufficient merit.
- Annual approval to offer the prize will be sought from the Chief Executive Officer of St Andrew’s Hospital.