$3,000 for one undergrad per year to assist with covering the cost of their textbooks for the duration of their degree. (The recipient will receive one $1,000 gift voucher per year for three years.) Applications are open all year. The grant will be awarded on 1 February every year.
$3,000 for one postgrad student per year to assist in covering the costs of attending a conference in relation to their degree. Applications are open annually from 1 July to 1 June. The grant is awarded on 30 June every year.
This is a FREE 4-week course from the 27th June to the 20th July. The course is held at Caulfield on Tuesdays and Thursdays from 6pm to 8pm. In this program, the team will facilitate your learning of using R and RStudio to start this process. They will start with an introduction to R and then extend to data manipulation, perform exploratory analyses, and learn how to plot results graphically. The program is for all students, both undergrads, and postgrads. Please email Caitlin Doogan at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Are you looking to leave you mark on the world? Do you think responsible business can solve some of our biggest social and environmental challenges? Apply for the SEED Incubate program to kick start your social enterprise.
Open to all IT students. Do you have a great idea that deserved to be exhibited? Apply to this competition for your chance to win a week-long, all expenses paid, work experience trip to India. It also includes potential mentoring opportunities with member companies in Australia. Applications close 15 July 2017.
Good business, smart technology and social justice collide in the annual Big Idea competition run by the Big Issue. We are calling all undergrad students to take part in a 3-hour ideation session held at Clayton (24 July) and Caulfield (25 July) campuses to mark the start of the Big Idea Competition, 2017. As part of this program, you will innovate solutions for a fairer Australia, be mentored by industry experts and get insights from some of Australia's leading business and social justice leaders.
Cisco is looking for apps, integrations, or bots built with the Spark team chat platform. Students who use the Spark developer tools to improve or transform communication/collaboration in the Health, Education, or Sales categories could win from $25,000 in total cash prizes, exposure on Spark and DevNet social channels, and a pitch opportunity to Cisco execs. Submissions are now open through 25 July.
Makers and IoT innovators: Intel is looking for IoT projects using the Arduino 101 development board. It could be anything from a robot that automates part of your daily routine to a connected device with social impact. Cash prizes total $20,000, and that includes a $1,000 student award. Submissions are now open through 28 July.
The program offers the opportunity to grow your startup exponentially in an intensively supported environment and surrounded by a diverse cohort of fellow startups. Over three months, you will have access to funding, daily ‘on tap’ support, mentoring by a successful startup founder, legal, IP and tax advice, a dedicated desk in the GENERATOR co-working space and an investor demo day. Applications now open through 31 July.
If you’re a first-year student who has a vision for constructive change in society, then we want you to apply for the prestigious Vice-Chancellor’s Ancora Imparo Program. We’re looking for students who want to improve their community whilst developing their own leadership skills. Application Deadline 14 August.