Scholarship Programme | Bermuda Hospitals Board

The goal of the Bermuda Hospitals Board is to ensure the highest quality healthcare through service, education and leadership. It gives us great pleasure, therefore, to support Bermudians who are seeking a career in the exciting and diverse field of healthcare through the BHB Scholarship Programme.

We accept applications between 1 March and 30 April each year for our healthcare scholarships, which are worth up to BD$10,000 per annum for a maximum period of four (4) years.

We are also pleased to offer two (2) finance scholarships valued at up to BD$10,000 per annum to outstanding students.gsk-logo-2014

In addition, GlaxoSmithKline offers a scholarship of $15,000 per annum for up to two (2) years to an outstanding student.

To apply for one of our scholarships, you must be a Bermudian who has completed two years of college or university education and intends to work in the healthcare industry. You must also be attending an accredited educational institution approved by a relevant licensing council and have maintained at least a 3.0 grade-point average or equivalent.

As our young healthcare professionals are so important to the long-term success and stability of healthcare services in Bermuda, we expect all successful scholarship applicants to work for Bermuda Hospitals Board two (2) years for each year the scholarship is awarded.

We wish you well in the application process and also great success in your studies. As a future healthcare professional we look forward to welcoming you into a BHB team striving to achieve our vision To pursue excellence through improvement, to make Bermuda proud.

For more information or to apply for our Scholarship Programme visit

If you have any questions regarding your application or would like to find out about opportunities at Bermuda Hospitals Board, such as our Summer Student Programme, please do not hesitate to contact our Human Resources team by emailing

Only applications received via will be considered.

Incomplete and/or late applications will not be considered.

Substance abuse screening is mandatory for all successful scholarship recipients.