In 2017, in conjunction with the Deputy Vice-Chancellor (Students, Learning and Teaching) the Australian Catholic University Postgraduate Association (ACUPGA) established the ACUPGA Grant. The ACUPGA Grant has been designed 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.
|Student type||Australian and New Zealand|
|For Australian students|
|For international students|
|Level of study||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.|
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3 grants are available, valued at $750, and paid in one lump sum.
Applicants must be: currently studying in a postgraduate coursework or research program; and be presenting at a conference, undertaking a humanitarian activity, completing a regional or rural placement, or other student training. The activity must be undertaken within 6 months before or after the application closing date.
Applicants must not be receiving any other ACU scholarship, grant or bursary related to the travel or training identified in this application.More information