ANSTO offers access to a range of scholarships, awards, grants and prizes. Here you will find a list of scholarships.
Scholarship ANSTO French Embassy (SAFE) Program 2016
ANSTO and the French Embassy in Australia are supporting a scholarship programme which aims to facilitate exchanges of students or young researchers living in France or Australia and working in the area of nuclear science and technology applied to life sciences.
The duration of the visit can be between 2 and 8 months, depending on the requirements of the host team, the project and other constraints related to overseas training. A project which can start in February 2016 is recommended. Projects available at ANSTO can be found here
Applicants must be
• Enrolled as a student for a Master’s degree by research in a French or Australian university OR
• Enrolled as a PhD student in a French or Australian university OR
• Enrolled in a co-tutelle PhD between French and Australian institutions OR
• Holding a post-doctoral position in a French or Australian university or research institute
• Carrying out a research project which stimulates research collaborations between France and Australia in the following area:
“Developing nuclear science and technologies applied to the investigation of physio-pathological variations”
The call for applications is open to students of all nationalities depending on eligibility for an Australian or French visa as appropriate.
Outcomes will be notified in late November/early December.
AONSA Young Research Fellowship 2016
The Asia-Oceania Neutron Scattering Association (AONSA) calls for applications for Young Research Fellowship in 2016. The Program will provide financial support for Fellows to visit major neutron facilities in the region for collaborative research using neutrons.
Any young scientist in the Asia-Oceania region within 8 years of the completion of his/her PhD and who wishes to perform neutron research at major neutron facilities in the region (but not in his/her home country) can apply by following the Rules as described below.
The hosting Neutron Facilities are J-PARC (Japan), OPAL at ANSTO (Australia), and HANARO at KAERI (Korea). A total of three Fellowship positions are available in this application round (one for each hosting Facility) and the possible duration of each Fellowship visit is 3 to 12 months.
Please send your applications electronically to the AONSA Office by 31 August 2015.
An application should include:
A once-in-a-lifetime opportunity awaits this year’s winner of the Fulbright Scholarship being offered by ANSTO.
Valued at up to $A 32,000, the Fulbright Scholarship is for Australian citizens wishing to carry out research or study in the United States of America in nuclear science or technology. The winner will also get an unrivalled opportunity for Australians seeking professional development in the United States.
The Fulbright Program is one of the largest and most prestigious educational exchange programs in the world. The Australian-American Fulbright Commission is one of over 50 Fulbright Commissions in the world who work with the United States Department of State to facilitate the Fulbright Program between the United States and over 150 countries worldwide.
Fulbright Professional Scholarships are available for junior to mid-career professionals, poised for advancement to a senior role from the private, public and not-for-profit sectors, or junior to middle level academics whose professional focus is industry related, see attached for details.
As well as providing financial support, the Fulbright Scholarship supports a program of professional development in Australia and the United States, including orientation programs and opportunities for networking with Australian, U.S. and international Fulbright Scholars and alumni.
United Uranium Scholarship
The scholarship’s value
Application for the scholarship
Applications are closed.
Previous winners have used the uranium scholarship to attend international schools and conferences. Read about the experience of Dr Chris Griffith:
“The United Uranium scholarship enabled me to attend one of the first World Nuclear University meetings in Sweden in mid-2006. This was a fantastic opportunity which increased my knowledge across all aspects of the fuel cycle and directly benefited and influenced my research at that time.
This opportunity also enabled me to establish contacts with peers from countries across the globe, and backgrounds ranging from research to regulatory authorities to business analysis and development .
These contacts have been an invaluable source of information and counsel to me ever since, even after moving from nuclear waste clean-up research to applied contract research in the Minerals industry.”