Graduate School Research Travel Grant (GSRTG)
Awarded by University of Queensland
To fund students to travel to access resources in Australia or overseas that have enabled them to speed up progress on and enhance the quality of their thesis.
These grants do not fund essential research travel signalled in the initial research proposal since that should be met from other grants or school funds; GSRTGs are not intended for consultation and Conference travel will not be funded. Preference will be given to travel that was unforeseen at the time of confirmation of candidature. Travel to workshops where new specialist techniques are taught may be funded in special cases; these require a strong and well supported argument, clearly indicating how this training will benefit the timely submission of the thesis. Successful applicants must be enrolled full-time for the duration of their travel and travel must commence within 6 months of the grant being offered. Students enrolled in a PhD by Cotutelle, in International Collaborative Mode or in a similar international collaborative arrangement must satisfy the same eligibility criteria as all other GSRTG applicants.
Applicants must be enrolled for a PhD or MPhil degree, must be confirmed PhD or MPhil candidates by the closing date - no exceptions, who have previously held a GSRTG are not eligible, grants will not be made retrospectively. Applicants are ineligible if they are already undertaking the research travel at the time of application closing date and if the need for this research travel was identified in the initial research proposal.
Up to 80
Australian $3,000 for travel in the Pacific region (eg. Indonesia, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea) and $5,000 for travel elsewhere in the world
Application form must be completed.
February 22nd (Round 1)
University of Queensland
The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of Australia¹s premier learning and research institutions. It is the oldest university in Queensland and has produced almost 197,000 graduates since opening in 1911. Its graduates have become leaders in all areas of society and industry.
UQ is one of the three Australian members of the global Universitas 21 alliance. This group aims to enhance the quality of university outcomes through international benchmarking and a joint venture e-learning project with The Thomson Corporation.