Each year the College of Arts & Social Sciences may offer one or more travel grants to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) - Arts and Social Sciences, to be known as the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Arts & Social Sciences Travel Grant
The objective of the award is to provide PhB - Arts & Social Sciences students with funding to facilitate study abroad or student exchanges or, for students enrolled in the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts (Honours) offered jointly by the College of Arts and Social Sciences and the National University of Singapore ("NUS"), travel to Singapore to complete the NUS component of their degree program.
Field of study
Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) Travel grant
The award is available each year to domestic students who are:
enrolled in or transferring to the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours) - Arts and Social Sciences offered by the College of Arts & Social Sciences or the Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours)/Bachelor of Arts (Honours) offered jointly by the College of Arts & Social Sciences and the National University of Singapore; and
undertaking ANU-approved travel for study for which they anticipate they will gain credit towards their degree; and
in the second or later year of the PhB program, and will have completed no less than 48 units of credit in the PhB program including ARTS1101, ARTS1102, and ARTS2101, at the start of their proposed travel, but no more than 144 units (students are not eligible if they are in their Honours year)
The travel grant may be used for economy return airfares and other expenses related to the planned itinerary, including accommodation, in-country travel, costs associated with obtaining a passport, visas, and vaccinations and other preventative medicines.
The award will be paid as a lump sum once the recipient submits proof of acceptance into the program of study abroad and a proposed budget for the travel, and the travel has been approved by the delegate.
Travel insurance will be covered by ANU for travel that has been approved by the relevant delegated authority. Students are strongly advised to consult the ANU Travel Insurance Policy and to seek advice from the ANU Insurance Office.
The recipient is responsible for making payment of all tuition fees by the prescribed date as set out by the University each session. Recipients of this award are responsible for the costs of books, study materials, accommodation and all other costs of study.
How to apply
The travel grant application form can be obtained further to requesting a consultation session with the CASS PhB Convenor.
Applications for travel in Semester 1 2020 are open from 1 September 2019 - 29 March and applications for travel in Semester 2 2020 are open from 30 March 2020 - 03 May 2020. Please consult the CASS PhB Convenor to assess your eligibility for this travel grant at firstname.lastname@example.org