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The Education Program 


Overview 

The American Australian Association launched its Education Fund in 2002 and is currently funded largely through monies raised at our Annual Benefit Dinners and through direct corporate sponsorship. The Education Fund was established to support post-graduate study and research between Australia and the United States and is the largest source of privately funded educational scholarships between the two countries. 
 
 
The American Australian Association awards scholarships each year to Australians and Americans for advanced research and study in the United States and Australia respectively. The Scholarships build on existing strong social and economic partnerships and foster intellectual exchange between the United States and Australia.  To date, over 300 Scholars have received awards totaling over US$7 million to pursue studies in critical fields - from key medical research to sustainability - at leading Australian and American universities.  


Scholarships

The American Australian Association offers the following Postgraduate Education Scholarships.
 NOW OPEN - USA TO AUSTRALIA SCHOLARSHIPS APPLY HERE 
 
Study Level Graduate or post graduate
Enrollment Acceptance or affiliation to a US educational institution for full time study or research
Citizenship Australian citizen or permanent resident of Australia
Scholarship

Scholarships are granted up to US$30,000-US$40,000, the intent is to support part of the costs for 1 year of study in the US

   Deadline  April 30, every year

 
Study Level Graduate or post graduate
Enrollment Acceptance or affiliation to an Australian educational institution for full time study or research
Citizenship US citizen or permanent resident of US
Scholarship Scholarships are granted up to US$30,000- US$40,000, the intent is to support part of the costs for 1 year of study in Australia
  Deadline November 15, every year

 

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Current Recipient Scholars

 
2017 Australia to USA Scholars  

Elizabeth Burgess
New England Aquarium/University of Queensland
Research Interest: Whale Sustainability 

Rachel Chambers
University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign/ University of Wollongong
Research Interest: Chemistry 
       

Tristan Clemons
Northwestern University/ University of Western Australia
Research Interest: Nanotechnology

Nicholas Croggon
Columbia University/ University of Melbourne
Research Interest: Contemporary Art
       

Yixin Gong
Stanford University/UNSW
Research Interest: Science & Technology Law


Nicholas Hirons
University of California, Berkeley/ University of Melbourne
Research Interest: Engineering 
       

Simon Kheifets
Harvard University/University of Texas, Austin 
Research Interest:Physics 

Kate Markey

Research Interest: Mathematics
       

Simone Sandler
Harvard University/Monash University
Research Interest: Medicine

Beeke Wienert
University of California, Berkeley/UNSW
Research Interest: Technology
       
 
 
 
 
 
 
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