Explore funding opportunities outside Griffith
In addition to Griffith scholarships, there are several other grants and scholarships on offer from organisations external to the university.
See the various possibilities below and follow the links to find out more about these individual opportunities. Applications are made directly to the external companies.
Australian Seniors Aged Care Futures Grant
Criteria: Open to those studying aged care, aged care nursing, dementia care or disabilities care.
RSPCA Pet Insurance Future Animal Carer's Grant
Criteria: Open to those studying veterinary science and animal care-related programs.
Choosi Futures Grant Program
Criteria: Open to those studying health science, sport science, medical, nursing, pharmacy, optometry and dental programs.
Real Insurance Real Futures Grant
Criteria: Open to those studying business, finance, medicine, health science, healthcare, sports science, nursing, optometry, dentistry and pharmacy programs.
Larsen Jewellery Design Scholarship Program
Criteria: Open to students who display an interest and passion for jewellery, design or visual arts-related courses.
AMAQ Foundation Medical Scholarship
Criteria: To assist financially disadvantaged medical students to study the MBBS course or equivalent at a university in Queensland.
The Promotional Products Bi-Annual Scholarship
Criteria: Offered to students who are currently studying at an Australian university or further education college to assist them with the cost of living and the expenses of being a full-time or part-time student.
Rural and Regional Enterprise Scholarships Program
Amount: Up to $18,000
Criteria: Open to those students from regional and remote areas in Australia in STEM tertiary education courses.
Women in Technology Scholarship
Amount: 32 district awards valued at US$2,000 each and 6 international awards valued at US$8,000 each
Criteria: Women of any age, pursuing a technology degree or closely related program, who demonstrate outstanding potential in the field, are eligible to apply. Student applicants must be enrolled full-time at the time the application is submitted to the local Zonta club, and must not graduate before December 2019 to be considered for the Women in Technology Scholarship.
QBM/MBA Responsible Leadership Scholarship
Amount: total prize package up to $130,000
Queensland Business Monthly and Griffith Business School partnered to find the responsible leaders of the future. Offering a total prize package up to $130,000, we encouraged the next generation of business leaders to enter.
Master of Catchment Science schoalrships
Amount: range from $7,000 to $56,000
Master of Catchment Science Scholarships for both International and domestic students interested in studying with the International WaterCentre.
Graduate Certificate in Water Leadership Scholarsh
Amount: range from $2,000 to $16,000
Graduate Certificate in Water Leadership Scholarships for students interested in studying with the International WaterCentre (domestic only)
Master of Integrated Water Management (Domestic)
two full-tuition scholarships annually Australian or New Zealand citizens, or Australian permanent residents, to study the Master of Integrated Water Management full-time (1.5 years) or part-time/distance (3 years).
Amount: $5,000 and a two-hour career, CV and interview coaching session
Criteria: To be eligible to apply you must be enrolled as a student at an accredited Australian university, be a permanent resident or citizen of Australia, and be over 18 years of age
Choosi Futures Grant Program
Criteria: Open to full-time in an accredited Australian education institution and be studying for a certificate, diploma, degree or traineeship in medicine, health sciences and healthcare industry, or specialist healthcare. Must be citizens or permanent residents of Australia, 18 years or older.