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Grants to support your engagement with Southeast Asia

Applications to the 2022 SSEAC Grants Scheme close 5pm, Thursday 15 September 2022 (AEST)

Available schemes

The purpose of the SSEAC Collaborative Research Grant is to provide a pathway to quality applications to the NHMRC, ACIAR, ARC Discovery and Linkage schemes. Projects about Southeast Asians in Australia are also eligible to this scheme. The program provides grants of up to $15,000 for use in 2022–24.  

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

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The SSEAC EMCR Regional Mobility Fund provides grants to early- and mid-career SSEAC Academic members to travel to Southeast Asia to facilitate research collaboration or teaching (existing or new) with a SSEAC Affiliate member(s). The fund provides grants of up to $3,000 for use in 2022-2024. 

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

Download the application form

The SSEAC EMCR Seed Grant provides to early- and mid-career researchers a pathway for new academic projects in/about Southeast Asia including for scholars who are engaging in the region for the first time. The program provides grants of up to $10,000 for use in 2022-24. 

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

Download the application form

The SSEAC EMCR Visiting Fellowship Fund provides grants to early- and mid-career SSEAC Academic members to visit top-tier institutions with a Southeast Asia program. The fund provides grants of up to $5,000 for use in 2022-2024. 

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

Download the application form

The purpose of the SSEAC Workshop Grant is to support international workshops that lead to a special journal edition or edited book on a topic related to Southeast Asia. The program provides grants of up to $20,000 for use in 2022-24. 

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

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The SSEAC Writing Fellowship is designed to support outstanding early-career academics to write an article related to Southeast Asia based on their PhD work.

We invite you to read the guidelines for this grant before applying. 

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