Ruth Daroesman Graduate Study Grant

Overview

The Ruth Daroesman Endowment was established in 2013 in memory of Ruth Daroesman by Ruth's family and friends.The Ruth Daroesman Graduate Study Grant aims to assist postgraduate and higher degree research students of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific to undertake study or research in Asia and the Pacific. 

Funding for the grant has been provided through the Ruth Daroesman Endowment which was established in 2013 in memory of Ruth Daroesman and her contributions to the study of the Asia and the Pacific and the Australian National University by Ruth's family and friends.

Field of study

Postgraduate degree program of the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific

Eligibility

To be eligible for the award the applicant must be a continuing ANU student who is:

  • a domestic or international student; and
  • enrolled in a postgraduate coursework or higher degree research program in the ANU College of Asia and the Pacific; and
  • be undertaking study or research in the Asia and the Pacific that is relevant to their degree program. Travel for study or research must be undertaken in the year the grant is awarded.

Benefits

The Ruth Daroesman Graduate Study Grant proivides funding support for fieldwork and/or research in Indonesia. The value of the award is determined annually and will be published at the time of applications opening. One grant is available per year. The grant is paid in a single instalment to the recipient prior to their approved travel.

How to apply

Applications are managed through the Terradotta site in one round per year. Please refer to the 'Selection basis' information listed on the College website. This is what you will need to supply with your application.

Further information

Successful applicants will be contacted using their ANU email address to sign the Letter of Offer and accept the Conditions of Award.