On 28 July, Braemar Charitable Trust Chair Victoria Ashplant, Braemar Hospital Independent Director Bella Takiari-Brame, Braemar Medical Associate, David Mc Cormack and Braemar Charitable Trust Manager Paula Baker, were privileged to attend the 2022 Distinguished Alumni Awards to celebrate the achievements of four University of Waikato alumni: Jennifer Kerr, Hinerangi Raumati, Leilani Tuala-Warren and Jamie Tuuta. We walked away from the event feeling inspired by the success of these alumni, and the work the University of Waikato is doing to drive change in key areas of focus.
The Braemar Charitable Trust has a strong relationship with the University through providing an annual scholarship and work placement opportunity for a Bachelor of Health and Bachelor of Nursing Student and by hosting interns. See host our interns if you would like to know more. We also support the University's focus on conducting ground-breaking research of real-world importance, through scholarships for two summer research students. Finally, we support the growth and capability of our health sector leaders, through the Braemar MBA Bursary. Applications close 31 August, so please click on the link below if you are interested in applying. The value of the bursary will be $40,000 split across the candidate’s enrolment in the MBA Programme, part-time for 2.5 years from March 2023.
Like the University of Waikato, we believe in the power of a Waikato education and believe these graduates are among the best in the world, and together will help lead our communities into the future.