The hospital that my school is affiliated with is one of the top 5% in the nation. They pay full tuition with the contract being every semester they pay, you commit 6 months. What ends up happening is, you do your senior practicum in your area of interest or area of needed improvement. Then, when you apply for your job (after you take your NCLEX AND PASS), you pick the three places that you want to work in - and you'll get placed in one of those three places.
I'm not sure if your scholarship
program is as fortunate (as I think mine is), but I'm definitely looking forward to being a part of the program. My clinicals have been at this hospital all three semesters I've been at this school so far.
If the hospital providing funds gives you a bad feeling while you are doing your clinicals there, I would suggest you not accepting the scholarship. If you want to try the scholarship for a semester, and trial yourself at the hospital for a clinical experience... then, decide to stop the funds. Then, do so.
Either way, you only get "stuck" for the amount of time that they want you to commit... It's not a definite, concrete, I'm stuck forever. Take it for the experience that it is - nursing is life long learning anyway.