Graduate Research in Arts Travel Scheme (GRATS)
GRATS provides Doctor of Philosophy (Arts) and Masters by Research candidates with assistance towards undertaking research-related activities that will enhance their thesis.
1 Jan 2019
Last day for applications learn more
31 Oct 2019
Last day for applications
This is the last day on which applications will be accepted. Though conditions vary, we recommend submission by 5pm AEST to avoid disappointment.
How to apply
Full benefit details
Australian / domestic student
up to $2,000
Applicable study areas
All study areas
Number of scholarships awarded
What are the benefits?
Doctor of Philosophy (Arts) candidates are entitled up to:
- $1500 for international conference or research
- $2000 for international conference and research
- $600 for national conference or research
- $850 for national conference and research
Master of Arts candidates are entitled to a maximum of $750. Candidates may apply more than once to the scheme, but will only be funded up to a combined total of $750.
It is the applicant's decision to determine whether to use GRATS funding for conference attendance, essential research or enhancement. It is recommended that candidates applying to the scheme should give consideration to travel that may be required later in their candidature. It is recommended that applicants discuss their intention to apply for GRATS with their supervisor before applying.
The award can be used for:
- Travel overseas or interstate to access otherwise unobtainable source material, including:
- Data collection
- Archives or library resources
- Short-term fieldwork (less than 3 months)
- Travel overseas or within Australia to present at a conference
For complete listings of faculty-specific scholarships, please see individual faculty websites.
The information listed here is subject to change without notice. Where we have listed information about jointly run scholarships programs, please also see our partners' websites. Information describing the number and value of scholarships awarded is indicative.