Fully Funded – Australia Awards Scholarships 2023

Australia Awards Fellowships aim to build impact and leadership networks by strengthening partnerships between Australian organizations and partner organizations in the region. The fellowships target senior and mid-level officials and professionals who are in a position to advance development outcomes in priority areas and enhance the institutional capacity of partner countries through leadership.

Through Australia Awards Scholarships, Australian organizations can apply for funding to host and support a range of professional development activities, including: job extension; controlled research; management or leadership course; educational tour; program meetings and visits or a combination of these. Scholarships can vary in length from 2 weeks to 52 weeks. A strong feature of the scholarship is its flexibility. These range from specialist training of Timorese doctors in endoscopy departments at two leading Australian hospitals to training government officials from Vietnam in coastal and marine conservation and sustainability.

Award type

Australia Awards Scholarships provide short-term opportunities for study, research and professional development activities in Australia hosted by Australian organizations and do not lead to academic qualifications. Application rounds are held through competition.

Fraternity Award

Australian organizations can apply for funding of up to AUD$30,000 per Fellow, to cover a maximum of 15 Fellows:

  • return air travel and relevant intra-Australian travel
  • training costs
  • living and accommodation expenses
  • Health insurance costs while in Australia (Retirees only)
  • special assistance to people with disabilities
  • additional fee for the program.

Alumni Case Study – Insights into Short Course Capacity Building – September 2021

In surveys conducted by the Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility, Alumni were able to contribute to development and build capacity in their organizations and countries by:

  • Improvement of scholarships within organizations – 99.3%
  • Improving scholarships in local communities – 91.1%
  • Contribution of scholarships to development at the national level – 92.3%
  • Contribution of scholarships to regional or global development – ​​82.6%.
  • Contribution of scholarships to improving the skills of colleagues – 99%
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History What is happening
28 October 2022 (9am AEDT) Programs open online.
17 November 2022 (1pm-2pm AEDT) Industry Briefing To attend the Industry Briefing session, email fellowships@dfat.gov.au by COB Tuesday 15 November AEDT and include your contact name, Australian organization name and primary email address. If you have any questions about the Industry Briefing, please send your input. Request by COB on Tuesday 15 November to the above email address.
22 January 2023 (23:59 AEDT) Programs near onlinePLEASE NOTE: You have until 11.59pm (AEST) on the deadline to submit your online application. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted for evaluation. Applications sent by email or fax will not be accepted for evaluation.
April 2023 *(Subject to change) Successful/failed Australian organizations notified.

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