The Endeavour Research Fellowship provides financial support for postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows from participating countries to undertake short-term research (4-6 months) towards a Masters or PhD (which they are enrolled in a participating country) or postdoctoral research in any field of study in Australia.
The Endeavour Research Fellowship aim to:
- enable high achieving scholars from participating countries to undertake research in Australia and for Australians to do the same abroad
- further develop the social and economic environment of Australia and the participating countries
- further develop recipient's knowledge and skills in their field of research
- strengthen bilateral ties between Australia and the participating countries
- showcase Australia’s educational sector
- strengthen mutual understanding between the people of Australia and recipient's home countries, and
- build international linkages and networks.
Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship
The Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship provides financial support for postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows from participating Asian countries to undertake short-term research (4-6 months), in any field of study, in Australia.
While the Cheung Kong Group has a history of supporting education through international scholarships, the Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Scholarship Program represents a unique partnership with the Australian Government to support postgraduate students from Australia and Asia to study in each other’s home environments.
The top 5 incoming (International) and the top 5 outgoing (Australian) Endeavour Research Fellowship recipients coming from and/or going to a participating Cheung Kong participating country will be offered the Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship.
Participating countries include: Brunei Darussalam, Cambodia, China (including Hong Kong and Macau SARs), India, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea (South Korea), Laos, Malaysia, Mongolia, Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Viet Nam are eligible for this Fellowship.
All eligible Endeavour Research Fellowship applicants will automatically be considered for this Fellowship. Applicants do not have to acknowledge that they want to be considered for an Endeavour Australia Cheung Kong Research Fellowship.
Endeavour Australia India Education Council (AIEC) Research Fellowship
The Endeavour Australia India Education Council (AIEC) Research Fellowship provides financial support for postgraduate students and postdoctoral fellows from Australia and India to undertake short-term research (4-6 months) in one another’s countries.
Led by Australian and Indian education ministers, the AIEC brings together representatives of government, education and training organisations and industry to identify strategic goals of mutual benefit to both nations that will further strengthen the bilateral education, training and research relationship. The Endeavour AIEC Research Fellowships, intended to help strengthen the relationship, will commence in 2014. Further information on the AIEC can be found at www.australiaindiaeducation.com
One (1) incoming (Indian) researcher and one (1) outgoing (Australian) researcher will be offered an AIEC Fellowship. Where this is not possible, either two incoming or two outgoing Fellowships will be offered.
All eligible Endeavour Research Fellowship applicants proposing to travel to/from India or Australia as part of their research proposal will automatically be considered for the AIEC fellowship. However, preference will be given to those whose research proposals most clearly align with the Fellowship objectives, which include:
progress of work and/or support for the activities of an AIEC working group in an AIEC thematic area; and
support for the exchange of researchers and the fostering of links that will underpin the bilateral relationship into the future.
The Applicant Guidelines provide detailed information on eligibility requirements, Fellowship values, list of participating countries and other important information. You should download the Applicant Guidelines and ensure you read and understand them before commencing your application.
To read the Guidelines and to start your application, see Apply Now.