Grants and exchange programs help to promote and strengthen long-term relationships and increase Australia’s presence and influence at the international level. Listed below are active or recurring opportunities. For information on past once-off or currently inactive opportunities, see past grants and exchange programs. If you have been involved with an exchange program and would like to share the results of your visit, please submit a case study.
2017 awardees announced
For Australian early- and mid-career researchers to work in institutions in India.
Applications are open until 14 February 2017
Applications directly to Heidelburg are now open. Laureates of mathematics and computer science meet the next generation.
Applications are open until 16 January 2017
For Australian research organisations or Australian businesses to work on shared regional challenges in Australia and the Asia Pacific.
Applications for 2017 have now closed.
For Australian researchers to work in institutes affiliated with the Japan Society for the Promotion of Science.
Applications for this meeting have now closed
For young researchers to attend Lindau Nobel Laureates meetings in Germany.
Applications for travel in 2017 are now open
For early-career Australian and New Zealand geoscientists to undertake career-related international travel.
The call for applications to attend the 9th HOPE meeting have now closed.
For young researchers to attend HOPE meetings with Nobel Laureates in Japan.
2017 recipient announced
For early-career Australian researchers to work in the USA at an institute of the National Institutes of Health (NIH).
The call for applications to participate in the 2016 event has now closed.
For Australian early- and mid-career researchers to join young scientists and leading researchers from the US and Indonesia to communicate on a wide range of contemporary science topics across the traditional topics.
2016-17 participants announced
For Australian early- to mid-career researchers to travel to France to collaborate with international partners.
2016-17 awardees announced
For outstanding scientists to undertake research in Europe in the areas of chemistry or biology.
Australian nominee for 2016 announced
For young scientists who have demonstrated a commitment to excellence in research and cooperation with scientists from other countries.
Applications for 2016 program closed
For US graduate students in science and engineering to conduct research in Australian laboratories.
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