ACU National Student Association - Student Travel and Training Grant (STTG)

In 2014, the Australian Catholic University National Student Association (ACUNSA) established the Student Travel and Training Grant (STTG) in conjunction with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students, Learning and Teaching) to assist students with the associated costs of attending conferences, humanitarian activities, undertaking practicums or other further student travel and/or training that supports the studies of ACU students.

Number per year 60
Frequency Multiple/year
Student type Australian and New Zealand
Gender Co-Ed
For Australian students
For international students
Level of study Undergraduate / VET , Postgraduate .
Field of study Accounting , Agriculture , Architecture , Psychology , Built environment , Business and management , Communications , Computing and information technology , Creative arts , Dentistry , Economics , Education and training , Engineering and technology , Environmental studies , Tourism and hospitality , Health services and support , Humanities and social sciences , Languages , Law , Para-legal studies , Mathematics , Medicine , Nursing , Pharmacy , Rehabilitation , Sciences , Social work , Sport and leisure , Surveying , Veterinary science.

Comment on the Amount

The grant is valued at $500, paid in one lump sum.

Eligibility

Applicants must: be undergraduate or postgraduate (coursework) students, undertaking a conference, humanitarian activity, practicum, or other training. The activity must be undertaken within 6 months before or after the application closing date. Members of ACUNSA or any Student Association Management Committee must withdraw from the Selection Committee to apply. Students are only eligible to receive the Grant once during their studies at ACU.

Further details

There are 2 application rounds each year, with 50 scholarships available in each round.

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