WAIER-Fogarty Foundation Postgraduate Student Research Prize 2020

Our aim is to support educational researchers conducting research directly relevant to early childhood, primary, secondary or tertiary education. This prize, sponsored by the Fogarty Foundation, supports educational researchers studying at an approved higher education institution who do not have ready access to funds or resources for research.

The total prize money available is $5000.

These funds may be used for purposes including, but not limited to:

(i) Education e.g. fees associated with attending a Forum, Conference, Tertiary study
(ii) Resources e.g. the costs of purchasing a textbook, digital recorder, software purchase (e.g. data analysis, reimbursement for participants)

To be eligible applicants must:

1. Be enrolled in an approved postgraduate education course (MEd, EdD, PhD) at a higher education institution in Western Australia
2. Either reside in Australia or have a visa that will be valid for the duration of the prize

Applications close 30 June 2020

Successful applicants are announced at the WAIER Research Forum at The University of Notre Dame Australia on 1st August 2020.

For more information, download the information sheet.

Prize Sponsor


WAIER Research Grant 2020

Our aim is to support educational researchers conducting research directly relevant to early childhood, primary, secondary or tertiary education. This grant supports educational researchers who do not have ready access to funds or resources.

Who is eligible? WAIER members that either reside in Australia or have a visa that will be valid for the duration of the grant.

The total grant money is $2000. The WAIER Committee may apportion this money to one or more applicants, according to merit.

For more information, download this information sheet. If you have further queries please email the Research Grants Committee, Western Australian Institute for Educational Research at research-grants@waier.org.au

Applications close 30 June 2020.

Successful applicants are announced at the WAIER Research Forum at The University of Notre Dame Australia on 1st August 2020.

Grant Sponsor