So you want to do something amazing during your time as a student at Flinders University?
Perhaps you want to attend a leadership event or take part in that incredible workshop you stumbled across? Maybe go to that overseas conference that you keep on talking about? Or join in that significant cultural gathering?
Well, FUSA may well be able to help!
FUSA development grants are awarded twice a year and for amounts up to $800! The amount you apply for can’t exceed 85% of the budgeted costs, but a Development Grant will certainly help you get on your way.
Of course, there are rules when applying, so make sure you read the grant criteria really closely.
Semester 1 Development Grants 2018
Open 26 Feb
Close 23 March
Applications must be for activities taking place from the 23 March 2018 until 24 August 2018.
Semester 2 Development Grants 2018
Open 23 July
Close 17 August
Applications must be for activities taking place from the 18 August 2018 until 28 February 2019.
Important Forms for Successful Applicants
Fill in the application > Application Form will be available 26 Feb.
Applying for grants can be tricky, but it is an important skill and winning the grant looks great on your CV.
If you need any advice contact us at: firstname.lastname@example.org
Opening Date: Monday 17th July
Closing Date: Friday 11th August, 5pm
What is the Second Semester Grant Scheme?
The purpose of the Second Semester Grant Scheme is to assist students, enrolled in their second or later year of an award at Flinders University, to continue their enrolment in their current course.
Grants will be available to students who are experiencing financial hardship and are ineligible for a loan or for whom a loan would be inappropriate.
Applicants must be able to demonstrate that other sources of assistance have been sought and are unavailable or inappropriate.
The value of individual grants awarded will be $500.
Applicants must be:
(a) Enrolled in the second or later year of an award of the University (successfully completed at least 36 units of study in your current course); and
(b) Able to demonstrate that the provision of the grant will assist them to continue their enrollment in their current course; and
(c) Able to show that other sources of financial assistance have been sought and are unavailable or inappropriate.
Preference will be given to:
• undergraduate students
• students who have not previously accessed a grant
• students facing particular financial difficulty in continuing their studies in the second half of the year
Applications are now closed.