Scholarships

The Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP)

The Australian Government RTP scheme provides funding for domestic and international students to undertake a higher degree by research at Notre Dame.

The scheme consists of three types of scholarships to be used for:

  • Tuition fees offset

    Domestic students with an offer in a HDR course at Notre Dame are exempt from having to pay a contribution towards the cost of these courses. Notre Dame automatically allocates an Australian Government RTP Tuition Fees Offset Scholarship to any Australian citizen or permanent resident admitted to, or currently enrolled in a HDR degree at the University. Recipients are exempt from paying fees for their program for a maximum of four years' full-time equivalent study for a Doctoral research degree, and two years' full-time equivalent study for a Master's research degree

    International students are also eligible to apply for financial support through the Australian Government RTP, but a Tuition Fee Offset Scholarship is only available on a competitive basis

  • Stipend

    This scholarship can assist HDR students with their day-to-day life expenses while undertaking a Research Degree. Stipend Scholarships are available to domestic and international HDR students on a competitive basis. Both new HDR students and currently enrolled research students can apply for a Stipend Scholarship. Stipends are awarded for a duration of three years, with the possibility of a maximum of one semester’s extension subject to satisfactory progress to completion. For information on the current round, please find further information below in the Stipend scholarships section.

  • Allowance

    This Scholarship can assist students with ancillary costs related to undertaking a Research Degree at Notre Dame. Applications for Allowances are approved bythe Pro Vice Chancellor, Research (or delegate) at Notre Dame. Examples of allowances for consideration are research degree thesis printing and academic publication costs, relocation costs to undertake the research degree, or a standard Overseas Health Cover policy for international students, among others.

The Australian Government RTP Scholarship procedures and awards for all three types of scholarships are at the discretion of each individual University.

The application process is outlined in Notre Dame’s Guideline Application and Assessment Processes for Higher Degree by Research Scholarships. Applications need to include the completed and signed Postgraduate Application Form along with all relevant documents (as described on the application form).

Notre Dame has developed a Policy and Procedure (Conditions) on Australian Government RTP Scholarships, which are available here:
Policy: Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships
Conditions: Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships

Applicants are also encouraged to inform themselves of the Australian Government RTP Scholarship criteria of eligibility and conditions as listed in section 1.5 and 1.6 of the Commonwealth Scholarships Guidelines (Research) 2017.

Additional HDR-Scholarship Opportunities

Notre Dame provides a diverse range of additional financial support initiatives for Higher Degree by Research (HDR) students, funded by both Notre Dame and external sources in Australia.

Students can access a number of external scholarships from organisations not affiliated with the University. It is recommended to visit the individual websites below to find out more information about the scholarship including application and eligibility requirements. The University of Notre Dame Australia is not responsible for the contents of the linked websites.

  • Fee remission scholarships

    • Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships (see above)
    • International Fee Remission Research Scholarships (IFRRS)

      International postgraduate research students are eligible to apply for Notre Dame’s International Fee Remission Research Scholarships (IFRRS). The Vice Chancellor has established five (5) each year to support high calibre international students who wish to earn a higher degree by research.

      The application process is outlined in Notre Dame’s Guideline ‘INFORMATION: Higher Degree by Research Scholarship Application Assessment and Scoring. Applications need to include the completed and signed Postgraduate Application Form along with all relevant documents (as described on the application form).

    • MACC Scholarship

      The Malaysian Australian Colombo Plan Commemoration (MACC) Scholarship is reserved for HDR students who will be enrolled in a Doctoral Degree between 2018-2020. Funding towards tuition fee during these three years is available for international students, who are encouraged to inform themselves of the policy and conditions as described for the IFRRS Scholarships.

  • Stipend scholarships

    • RTP Stipend

    Notre Dame can award a limited number of RTP stipend scholarships to students who provide evidence of exceptional research capacity and are supported by a strong team.

    There are two possible procedural pathways for stipend applications:
    1. A project is developed by a supervisory team, who apply for a stipend without an existing applicant, or
    2. A project is developed by a prospective student in conjunction with a supervisory team. Please note, that prospective students must contact the relevant School in advance of submitting an application in order to assemble an appropriate supervisory team.

    The stipend application process is outlined in Notre Dame's Guidelines: Information: Higher Degree by Research Scholarship Application Assessment and Scoring.
    Conditions: Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarships

    Applications need to include the completed and signed Postgraduate Application Form along with all relevant documents (as described on the application form).

    Applications for 2019 have now closed. Please email the Research Office in Fremantle or Sydney for further information.

    • Australian Research Council

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to support fundamental and applied research and research training through national competition across all disciplines. Clinical and other medical research is primarily supported by the National Health and Medical Research Council.

      For further information please visit the Australian Research Council website.

    • The John Monash Scholarship

      The purpose of this Scholarships is to assist outstanding Australian graduates who have demonstrated excellence in their field, leadership potential, and a vision for how they can contribute to a better Australia. 165 Scholars have been selected since the program began in 2004, enabling them to study at the world’s best universities.

      For further information and for application details about the program, please visit the General Sir John Monash Foundation website or call Ms Carolyn Lonie on (08) 9433 0667 or email carolyn.lonie@nd.edu.au.

    • Australian National University Gowrie Scholarship

      The Scholarship is open to Australian citizens who are graduates of Australian universities or a recognised institution in Australia, who have completed a Bachelor degree with Honours or equivalent at a recognised institution in Australia. Preference will be given to members of the Australian Armed Forces and their lineal descendants.

      For further information please visit ANU Gowrie Scholarship.

    • Australian Veterans' Children Assistance Trust

      Value: $3,000 - $5,000

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to help the children and grandchildren of ex-service men and women to a better future through tertiary education.

      For further information and application details please visit the Australian Veterans' Children Assistance Trust website.

    • The Capstone Editing Early Career Academic Research Grant for Women
    • The Capstone Editing Grant for Professional Thesis Editing
    • Keiran McNamara World Heritage PhD Top-Up Scholarship (Fremantle)

      Value: up to $25,000 per annum

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to encourage and assist an eligible PhD student to undertake research at one of the five Western Australian universities. The scholarship aims to further knowledge and expertise relevant to the conservation and management of the natural values of World Heritage areas in Western Australia by attracting the next generation of outstanding intellects to this State.

      For further information and for application details please visit the University of Western Australia website.

    • Forrest Research Foundation Scholarship (Fremantle)

      Value: over $46,000

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to assist outstanding domestic and international students from all disciplines, based on their exceptional academic achievements, and their ability, resourcefulness and originality in the world through research.

      For further information and for application details please visit the Forrest Research website or contact admin@forrestresearch.org.au.

      Information Sheet

    Health & Medicine

    • Australian Rotary Health Research Grants

      The purpose of this Grant is to provide funding into four focus areas, and promote the findings to the community: mental health research; general health research; Indigenous health scholarships; and rural medical and nursing scholarships.

      For further information please visit Australian Rotary Health

    • JDRF PhD Top-up Scholarship

      Value: $6,000

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to support Australian PhD students pursuing research relevant to JDRF's mission - to accelerate life-changing breakthroughs to cure, prevent and treat type 1 diabetes and its complications.

      For further information and application details please visit the JDRF website.

    • Raine Study PhD Top Up Scholarship  (Fremantle)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to provide funding to students using the Raine Study longitudinal data as part of their study.

      For further information and for application details please visit the Raine Study website or email raineadmin-sph@uwa.edu.au.

      Fremantle only

    • Wentworth Group Science Program Scholarships

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist Australian postgraduate students in bridging the gap between science and public policy.

      For further information please visit the Wentworth Group website.

    • Health Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship Fund (Sydney)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to promote and support the nursing and midwifery workforces.

      For further information and for application details please visit the NSW Health Nursing and Midwifery Scholarship Fund website.

      Sydney only

    • The Patricia V Kailis Research Scholarship (Fremantle)

      Value: $30,000 per annum for a term of three years

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to support students undertaking a Research Degree in the field of Health or Medical Research at The University of Notre Dame Australia. The Scholarship is co-jointly sponsored by the University and the Spinnaker Health Research Foundation.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

      a. Have completed a Master’s Degree or a Bachelor's Degree with Honours; and
      b. Be enrolled as a domestic student in a Doctor of Philosophy degree at The University of Notre Dame Australia, attached to the School of Medicine, Fremantle.

      Applications are now closed.

      For further information, please call Dr Raoul Oehmen on (08) 9433 0231 or email raoul.oehmen@nd.edu.au

      Scholarship Conditions

    • The Cancer Detection Centre for Women Research Scholarship (Fremantle)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to encourage and support medical research training in the area of women’s health, and provide financial support to postgraduate students with exceptional research promise to pursue a career in medical research. The term of this research scholarship is up to two years for Master by Research recipients and three years for Doctor of Philosophy recipients. Where students are enrolled part time, the value of the award will be half that of the standard full-time rate.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

      a. Be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia;
      b. Be enrolled (full time or part-time) in a postgraduate program in the School of Medicine at The University of Notre Dame Australia, Fremantle Campus;
      c. Not be in receipt of any other scholarship or research financial support (RTP stipends excluded); and
      d. Be conducting research or training for research in one of the areas listed in the Scholarship Conditions.

      Applications open until filled. 

      For further information and an Application Form please contact the School of Medicine, Fremantle on (08) 9433 0229 or fremantle.medicine@nd.edu.au.

      Scholarship Conditions

    • The M. K. Tandon Medical Research Scholarship (Fremantle)

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide support for research training and/or training leading to research that targets issues of particular relevance to Aboriginal Health and/or respiratory disorders.

      One or more Scholarships will be awarded per annum, each with a total value equivalent to the annual stipend payable for an Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship as calculated in accordance with the Commonwealth Scholarships Guidelines (Research) 2010. The term of the Scholarship is up to two years for Master by Research recipients and three years for Doctor of Philosophy recipients. Where students are enrolled part time, the value of the Scholarship will be half that of the standard full-time Australian Government Research Training Program (RTP) Scholarship rate. Candidates in concurrent receipt of another scholarship are eligible for the Scholarship. The Selection Committee reserves the right to award it to a value less than the total amount as set out above.

      To be eligible for consideration applicants must:

      a. Be undertaking a Higher Degree by Research in the School of Medicine, Fremantle, including but not limited to a Master by Research or Doctor of Philosophy degree;
      b. Be conducting research or training for research in one of the areas listed in the Scholarship Conditions.

      For further information and an Application Form please contact the School of Medicine, Fremantle on (08) 9433 0939 or fremantle.medicine@nd.edu.au.

      Applications close Friday 8 March 2019 at 5pm

      Scholarship Conditions

    • The Thomas Davis Medical Research Scholarship (Fremantle)

      This Scholarship is awarded to students enrolled in the School of Medicine, Fremantle undertaking medical research.

      For further information please contact Dr Raoul Oehmen in the School of Medicine, Fremantle on (08) 9433 0231 or raoul.oehmen@nd.edu.au.

    • The Harold & Sylvia Rowell PhD Scholarship (Fremantle)

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide assistance for full-time research leading to the award of a PhD in an area relevant to people with muscular dystrophy. Research may be Clinical, Epidemiological, Basic Science, Consumer, Social or Community Based – all within an area relevant to people with muscular dystrophy.

      For further information please visit the Muscular Dysthrophy website.

      Fremantle only

    • Healthway Research Grants (Fremantle, Broome)

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to fund activities related to the promotion of good health, with particular emphasis on young people.

      There are currently six categories of funding available, Exploratory Research Grants, Intervention Research Grants, Research Fellowships, Research Training Scholarships, Aboriginal Research Training Scholarships and Visiting Fellows.

      For further information please visit the Healthway website.

      Fremantle and Broome only

    • Department of Health Scholarships (Fremantle, Broome)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to support nursing or midwifery students. Postgraduate scholarships are also available for registered nurses and midwives who are currently working within the WA public health system.

      For more information please visit the Department of Health website.

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR-students

    • Indigenous Commonwealth Scholarships

      The Commonwealth Government funded Indigenous Student Success Program (ISSP) commenced on 1 January 2017 and provides supplementary funding to universities to help students take on the demands of university and succeed.

      Universities can offer scholarships, tutorial assistance, mentoring, safe cultural spaces and other personal support services. The flexibility of the ISSP assists universities to tailor their services to match student needs.  ISSP funding is particularly prioritised towards the support of Indigenous students who are financially disadvantaged and/or from remote and regional areas.

      Please visit Indigenous Student Success Program | Department of the Prime Minister and Cabinet for further information.

    • The Aurora Project – Indigenous Scholarships

      The purpose of the Aurora Project is to provide undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander students in Australia and overseas. Scholarships range in value from a $500 one-off payment to $100,000 paid over the duration of a student's course.

      For more information, please visit the Indigenous Scholarships Portal

    • The Fr PJ McGuire Scholarship

      Value: $2,500

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to support students of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent, with a preference for Kimberley students, studying at the Broome, Fremantle or Sydney Campus of The University of Notre Dame Australia.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must:

      a. Be and state that he/she identifies as an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander person and is recognised by his/her community as a person of Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent;
      b. Be enrolled or accepted for enrolment in an Undergraduate, Postgraduate or VET course at The University of Notre Dame Australia;
      c. Be able to demonstrate that the award of the Scholarship would assist their educational opportunities;
      d. Demonstrate academic merit;
      e. Demonstrate personal commitment and motivation to succeed in their study; and
      f. Be undertaking their studies internally.

      Applications are now closed

      For further information, please call the Development Manager on (08) 9433 0692 or email scholarships@nd.edu.au.

      Scholarship Conditions

    • The House Call Doctors Futures in Health Indigenous Scholarship

      Value: $5,000

      The Scholarship will recognise students who have demonstrated exceptional academic performance and displayed a commitment to their local community and personal development.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

      a. Be an Australian citizen or permanent resident; and
      b. Identify as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander.

      For further information please visit the House Call Doctor website.

    • Royal College of Nursing, Australia (RCNA)

      Value: $15,000 per year for full-time study, $7,500 per year for part-time study for the duration of the course

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander (ATSI) people who are studying a course in ATSI health work, allied health, dentistry and oral health, medicine, midwifery or nursing.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

      a. Be of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent;
      b. Be enrolled or intending to enroll in an entry level or graduate entry level health related course including Doctor of Medicine and Doctor of Dentistry; and
      c. Intend to study in the academic year that the Scholarship is offered.

      For further information please visit the Australian College of Nursing website.

    • The Catenian Association (Province 20) Youth Scholarship (Broome)

      Value: $4,000

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist and encourage a meritorious student for the duration of their studies, for whom educational opportunities are limited, for example, because of financial need, distance, or responsibility for others, such as the ill or elderly. The aim of the Scholarship is to advance the interests of young Catholics and to assist them in the choice or pursuit of a career. The student will have demonstrated drive and commitment to achieve academically, despite financial hardship or other personal difficulty, in order to continue their studies at the University.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship, applicants must:

      a. Be enrolled as a full time student at the University's Fremantle Campus;
      b. Have completed at least 1 year full time study towards their first Bachelor degree (with the exception of students enrolled in the School of Medicine);
      c. Be 18 to 24 years of age; and
      d. Be able to demonstrate that their educational opportunities are limited due to adverse circumstances as set out in the Selection Criteria.

      Applications are now closed.

      For further information, please call the Development Manager on (08) 9433 0692 or email scholarships@nd.edu.au.

      Scholarship Conditions

    • The Catherine King Scholarship in Nursing (Broome)

      Value: $2,000

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist Indigenous Australian students studying a Diploma of Nursing (Enrolled/Division 2 Nursing) at the University of Notre Dame Australia, Broome Campus.

      To be eligible for the Scholarship applicants must:

      a. Be an Indigenous Australian;
      b. Be a citizen or permanent resident of Australia;
      c. Be enrolled full time in the Diploma of Nursing on the Broome Campus;
      d. Be of Good Standing in accordance with the University's General Regulations; 
      e. Demonstrate that their educational opportunities are limited due to adverse circumstances such as financial need; and
      f. Demonstrate how the award of the Scholarship would assist the applicant in addressing the limitations referred to in (e).

      Applications close Monday 6 May 2019 at 5pm

      For further information please call the Development Manager on (08) 9433 0692 or email scholarships@nd.edu.au.

      Scholarship Conditions

      Application Form

    • Australian College of Nursing Government Scholarships (Broome)  

      The purpose of these Scholarships is to provide financial support to students undertaking further study in nursing. ACN offers grants in the following areas, ranging from $1,000 to $30,000 in value:

      a. Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders Health Scholarships;
      b. Aged Care Nursing Scholarship (ACNS);
      c. Emergency Department Scholarships;
      d. Non Clinical Administrative Staff in Emergency Departments;
      e. Clinical Placements; and
      f. Aboriginal Medical Services.

      For further information and for eligibility and application details please visit the ACN website.

    • Australian Federation of Graduate Women (Broome)

      The purpose of the Federation is to provide financial assistance for women to undertake university studies. The following fellowships, grants and bursaries are available:

      a. National AFGW Fellowships;
      b. AFGW State and Territory Association scholarships; and
      c. Graduate Women International (formerly IFUW) fellowships and grants.

      For further information and application details please visit the Australian Federation of Graduate Women website.

    International HDR-students

    • The Australian Agency for International Development (AusAID)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is for international students coming to Australian universities to acquire knowledge and skills to aid the development of their home country.

      For further information and for application details please visit the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade website or contact AusAID by phone (02) 6206 4057 or email australianscholarships@ausaid.gov.au.

    • Australian University Scholarships

      Australian universities offer a range of postgraduate scholarships to international students. The course of study and financial support is determined by the university.

      For further information and application details please contact the relevant university or visit the Study Assist website.

  • Industry & Professional engagement scholarships

    • Science Industry PhD Fellowships (Fremantle, Broome)

      The Science and Industry PhD Fellowships offer a $10,000 a year top-up to PhD scholarships for three years where the student is actively pursuing research to solve an industry problem or create a new business opportunity in conjunction with a local company. Up to 24 fellowships will be offered over the next three years.

    • The Aurora Project – Native Title Internship Program

      The purpose of the Internship Program is to facilitate individual professional development by building career experiences and opportunities in the Native Title and Indigenous sector, and to strengthen the capacity of Indigenous sector organisations by attracting and retaining talented Indigenous and non-Indigenous people. Students and graduates from Australian universities of a variety of disciplines may be eligible for the Program.

      For more information and application details please visit the Aurora Project website.

    • The Association of Commonwealth Universities

      ACU Fellowships are open to the academic and professional staff, or the nominees, of ACU member universities.

      Fellowships which do not have a specific subject linked to them are tenable in any of the priority subject areas. The fellowships are intended to support collaborative international visits, with either a research or fact-finding focus.

      For further information please visit Association of Commonwealth Universities.

    • Fulbright Scholarships

      The Fulbright Program is the flagship foreign exchange scholarship program of the United States of America, aimed at increasing binational collaboration, cultural understanding, and the exchange of ideas. Born in the aftermath of WWII, the program was proposed by Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946. Since then the Fulbright Program has become the largest educational exchange program in the world, operating in over 160 countries and with an alumni network of over 370,000 former recipients (5,000 of them under the Australian-American program).

      Opportunities for Australian citizens:

      Opportunities for U.S. American citizens:

      Applications are now closed. Information on the 2019 round coming soon.

      Contact our Fulbright Advisers in your campus.

      For further information please visit www.fulbright.org.au

      This grant requires internal clearance via the University Staff Research Grant Preliminary Clearance Form process before submission. Please contact the University Research Office now to express your interest to apply and for support in developing your application:

      Sydney Research Office
      Dr Qian Garrett
      Tel: 02 8204 4242
      Email: qian.garrett@nd.edu.au
      Fremantle & Broome Research Office
      Dr Heather Clarke
      Tel: 08 9433 0900
      Email: heather.clarke@nd.edu.au

      The Fulbright Program is the flagship foreign exchange scholarship program of the United States of America, aimed at increasing binational collaboration, cultural understanding, and the exchange of ideas. Born in the aftermath of WWII, the program was proposed by Senator J. William Fulbright in 1946. Since then the Fulbright Program has become the largest educational exchange program in the world, operating in over 160 countries and with an alumni network of over 370,000 former recipients (5,000 of them under the Australian-American program).

      Opportunities for Australian citizens:

      Opportunities for U.S. American citizens:

      Applications are now closed. Information on the 2019 round coming soon.

      Contact our Fulbright Advisers in your campus.

      For further information please visit www.fulbright.org.au

      This grant requires internal clearance via the University Staff Research Grant Preliminary Clearance Form process before submission. Please contact the University Research Office now to express your interest to apply and for support in developing your application:

      Sydney Research Office
      Dr Qian Garrett
      Tel: 02 8204 4242
      Email: qian.garrett@nd.edu.au
      Fremantle & Broome Research Office
      Dr Heather Clarke
      Tel: 08 9433 0900
      Email: heather.clarke@nd.edu.au
    • Australian Government Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships

      The Australia Awards–Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships are the Australian Government’s competitive, merit-based scholarships and fellowships providing opportunities for Australians to undertake study, research or professional development overseas and for overseas citizens to do the same in Australia.

      The Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships build Australia’s reputation for excellence in the provision of education and research, support the internationalisation of the Australian higher education and research sectors and offer high-achieving Australians opportunities to increase their knowledge and expertise in their field.

      For further information please visit Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships.

    • The Morris Research Scholarship (Fremantle)

      Value: $1,000

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist a medical student with the cost of attending a research conference to present their research paper.

      To be eligible for consideration applicants must:

      a. Be enrolled in a Doctor of Medicine (MD) degree and undertaking an approved final year research project at the School of Medicine, Fremantle, or be enrolled in a Higher Degree by Research attached to the School of Medicine, Fremantle;
      b. Be in receipt of all necessary Human Research Ethics Committee approvals relating to the research project; and
      c. Have been accepted to present the findings of their research project at a national or international conference.

      Applications are now closed.

      For further information, please call the Development Manager on (08) 9433 0692 or email scholarships@nd.edu.au.

      Scholarship Conditions

  • Overseas study and travel scholarships

    • Fulbright Scholarships
    • Australian Government Endeavour Scholarships and Fellowships
    • The Rhodes Scholarship

      The purpose of this postgraduate Scholarship is to enable exceptional all-round students to study at the University of Oxford. Established in the will of Cecil Rhodes in 1902, the Rhodes is the oldest and perhaps the most prestigious international scholarship program. In Australia, one scholar is selected per state, with three additional scholars selected nationwide per year.

      For further information and for application details about the program, please visit the Rhodes Trust website or call Ms Carolyn Lonie on (08) 9433 0667 or email carolyn.lonie@nd.edu.au.

    • The Frank Downing Scholarship (Fremantle, Broome)

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to assist students with costs associated with a Master's degrees (except MBA) at Cambridge and is only available to applicants who are Australian citizens and have either graduated from a Western Australian university OR were born in Western Australia.

      For further information and for application details about the program, please visit the Cambridge Australia Scholarships website or call Ms Carolyn Lonie on (08) 9433 0667 or email carolyn.lonie@nd.edu.au.

    • The RG Menzies Scholarship

      The purpose of this Scholarship is to enable postgraduate study at Harvard University. Candidates for the Scholarship are Australian citizens whose primary objective, after completing their studies at Harvard, is to make a significant contribution to Australia's development.

      For further information and for application details about the program, please visit the Australian National University website or call Ms Carolyn Lonie on (08) 9433 0667 or email carolyn.lonie@nd.edu.au.

    • The Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women
    • The Capstone Editing Conference Travel Grant for Postgraduate Research Students

    Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander HDR-students

    • The Charlie Perkins Scholarships

      The purpose of the Scholarship is to assist postgraduates of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent to study either at Oxford or Cambridge universities for up to three years.

      For further information and application details please visit the Perkins Trust website.