Round 3 closed

Applications for round 3 are now closed.

Broadly, proposals will be assessed against criteria under the following headings:

  • scope, focus and potential research value
  • quality
  • governance and ethics
  • efficient effective use of funds.

How to apply for a Research and Development Grant:

Formal documentation is available on the GrantsConnect website at www.grant.gov.au.

Applicants should review the Grant Opportunity Guidelines (629.73 KB) and download and complete the relevant application form. There are two application forms: one for Project and Seed Grants (950.59 KB) and another for Scholarships (948.35 KB). Applicants should also review the standard Grant Funding Agreement (266.07 KB) and the Scholar Acknowledgement Form (175.21 KB).
 

Grant Opportunity Guidelines

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Application Form for Project and Seed Grants

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Application Form for Scholarship Grants

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Grant Funding Agreement

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Scholar Acknowledgement Form

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Summary of changes to the scholarship application form

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Summary of changes to the project/seed grants application form

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Frequently asked questions

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