Fulbright Australian State/Territory Award Opportunities

Represent your State or Territory on your Fulbright Journey


Applications are closed and will reopen February 2020


Who can apply?

The aim of Fulbright State Scholarships is to encourage and profile research relevant to recipients home state/ territories; and assist in building international research links between the state and U.S. researchers and institutions. These scholarships offer the opportunity for outstanding researchers to broaden their professional, educational and cultural horizons, then return to share the experience with their local community. These scholarships are supported by state or territory governments, companies, universities, private donors and other stakeholders.

Eligibility:

To be eligible for Fulbright State/Territory Scholarship an applicant must:

  • Be a permanent resident of that state/ territory at the time of application, with a commitment to return to the state/territory following their Fulbright program
  • Be associated with an institution, organisation or community in that state/territory that will benefit from your proposed Fulbright program
  • Applicants must clearly outline the benefit of their proposed program of study/research to a topic or issue relevant to their State in a separate statement within their application

State/territory scholars are selected on their academic and professional merit, the relevance and importance of their research to the home state/territory and the individual’s connection and commitment to the state/territory.

 

List of State/Territory Awards:

State/Territory Award

Available in Categories:

Eligibility

Postgraduate Postdoctoral Scholar
Australian Capital Territory

Funded by the ACT Government 

Applicants with projects identified as having a strong connection to their state/territory of residence will be considered for this award.
Queensland

South Australia

Western Australia

Victoria

New South Wales

Northern Territory 

Funded by the Northern Territory Government, Charles Darwin University and Blackboard (Australia) Pty Ltd

Tasmania

Funded by the Tasmanian Government and the University of Tasmania