American Australian Association Graduate Education Fund

This financial support is not administered by the University.

Overview

The American Australian Association (AAA) established its Graduate Education Fund in 2002 to provide much needed financial support and assistance to American and Australian individuals to undertake innovative and transformational Masters, Ph.D. or Postdoctoral study and research in each other's countries respectively. With more than 900 scholars and alumni and almost US $13 million awarded to date, the AAA is committed to helping advance graduate education, in order to enable our countries most valuable resource - human capital - to unlock creative new solutions to global challenges and improve the quality of life for all citizens.

Field of study

Any Discipline

Eligibility

Multiple scholarship opportunities are offered within the Graduate Education Fund categories below. Please see each category page for more information on the eligibility requirements, application dates and how to apply.

Specialty Field Scholarships

Journalism Scholarships

Indigenous Scholarships

Benefits

The Graduate Education Fund provides support of up to US $40,000 to Australian, Indigenous Australian, American and Native American individuals undertaking or planning to undertake full-time Graduate level study (Masters, Ph.D. or Postdoctoral Research) at an accredited educational institution in the country of the other, for a minimum of one-year.