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About this scholarship


The Research School of Biology offers travel grants to Science students to undertake an exchange program at Charles Darwin University in Darwin during the winter break.  Students will have the experience to learn more about indigenous culture, aboriginal knowledge of biodiversity, and the success of traditional land management plus experience travel in Darwin and Kakadu National Park.



Up to 8 grants may be offered as a one off payment


01-Apr-2023 to 30-Apr-2023

  • Student types

    Domestic, International, Current
  • Student levels

    Undergraduate, Flexible double degree
  • Selection bases

    Academic merit, Financial hardship

Field of study

Indigenous knowledge and cultures


The award is available each year to current ANU students who: 
  1. are domestic or international students studying in the College of Science;
  2. have successfully completed 24 units in any BIOL courses;
  3. are undertaking a short program of study at Charles Darwin University (CDU) as a cross-institutional enrolment; and
  4. are enrolling in the following courses at CDU.  Note that these courses are subject to minimum and maximum enrolments and may not run in a given year if insufficient numbers.:
  • CIK240 Indigenous Cultures and the Environment and/or
  • CAS110 Top end intensive:  Introduction to Yolngu language and culture and/or
  • Other suitable course offered by CDU on approval by the chair of the Selection Committee for this award.

Additional information


There will be two full travel grants available valued at up to $2,400 each and six partial travel grants available at up to $1,000 each

Applications are available from the "Apply Now" link at the top of this page.

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Contact us:

icon_human Karen Scholte
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