Awards available for postgraduates and early career researchers
As part of the Indonesia Council Open Conference 2021 (ICOC 2021), there are a number of sessions and opportunities for postgraduates and early career researchers.
On Wednesday 14 July, postgraduates and early career researchers can attend a Postgraduate Mentoring & Project Development Session where they will need to provide:
- A brief statement (500 words) outlining the personal, academic or professional benefits they hope to gain from participation in this session; and
- A 2-page project proposal. This proposal should pitch a substantial project (i.e., a 3-year fellowship-sized project, such as an ARC DECRA) that they intend to seek funding for in the next few years. The pitch should include the research aims, significance and innovation, and a brief outline of methods.
Find here details on how to submit a Project Proposal.
Applications are due by Friday, 14 May.
The Monash Herb Feith Indonesian Engagement Centre will award postgraduates for the best postgraduate project proposal, open to all participating postgraduates.
- 2x Awards for best Postgraduate Project Proposal to the value of AUD 500 each