The University of Adelaide has allocated a portion of the Priority Partner funding for small grants to enhance the relationship with our key partners. Funding is currently available for the following partners:
- Bogor Agricultural University, Indonesia
- Harbin Institute of Technology, China
- Nagoya University, Japan
- University of Alberta, Canada
- University of Nottingham, UK
- University of Strasbourg, France
- University of Freiburg, Germany
At this time there is no grant round for Shanghai Jiao Tong University however should you be interested in this relationship please contact Susanne in the Global Engagement Office.
Information about a special joint research grant round between the University of Adelaide and North Carolina State University will be available shortly (this will be led by the Research Branch).
Applicants may apply for amounts of up to a maximum of A$5,000 for priority partner funding initiatives which support and enhance the relationship with a partner.
Applications will be assessed by a committee headed by the relevant Executive Champion.
Applications can be for any form of collaboration, which enhances the relationship, by both research and professional staff for research projects and collaboration, staff or student mobility, joint workshops or joint conferences or other teaching and learning focused activities. Funds and projects need to be completed by the end of the year. Depending on the number and relevance of applications, funding may be reduced or increased, however this will be communicated once rankings have taken place.
Applications are for one project with one institution. If you are interested in collaborating with several partners, you will need to submit a form for each partner.
A progress report will be required once the initiative has been completed which describes the activities and the associated expenditure
Applications must be submitted to the University’s Global Engagement Office by 3 July 2016.
- Visit the Global Engagement Office website to access the online application form.