Access funding support through internal and external grants and schemes.
Researchers at Melbourne can access funding support through internal and external grants and schemes spanning emerging fields as well as the full range of traditional academic disciplines.
The Australian Research Council (ARC) funds research across all disciplines except health and medical research. The University of Melbourne have specialised staff to help you with the ARC funding process.
The University was awarded 139 grants totalling $78.8 million by the NHMRC, of which $60.3 million was allocated to 98 project grants and $18.5 million to fellowships and other awards.
Internal grants and fellowships
Internal grants and fellowships are funded and administered through the University. Most of the programs aim to seed new initiatives and partnerships, others are targeted to specific cohorts of researchers.
The University is dedicated to fostering high quality collaborations with international research partners and institutions that have global standing and impact.
Other Australian grants
Australian sponsors ranging from large charities and other organisations listed in the Australian Competitive Grants Register to smaller organisations or philanthropists, offer substantial and/or one-off funding opportunities.
Primary industry schemes
The Primary Industries Grant portfolio manages all aspects of competitive grants within the Primary Industry field of research.
Access resources designed to help you at all stages of the grant process. Find supporting documents, Themis help, policies and procedures, contacts and more.
Industry research collaboration
The University has a solid track record in engaging and collaborating with industry and aims to conduct high-impact research.
Medical Research Future Fund
The Medical Research Future Fund (MRFF) is a $20 billion vehicle for investment in health and medical research. It represents the single largest boost to research funding in Australia’s history. It will support research and innovation activities with the objective of improving the health and wellbeing of Australians.