Faculty Graduate Student Assistance Grants (FGSAG)
Faculty Graduate Student Assistance Grants are provided to assist students enrolled in select graduate courses offered by the Faculty, by providing or making available grants up to $500 for various purposes incidental to their study.
You must be enrolled in a graduate course in one of the following disciplines:
Film and TV
- enrolled in Master of Arts and Community Practice; or
- an indigenous student enrolled in ANY graduate course at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music
Suitable purposes include:
- instrument repairs
- musician earplugs
- jazz/tap shoes
- specialist dance clothing
- yoga mats
- recording devices
- conference registration.
These funds cannot be used for the hire of people, for example lessons, accompanists, associate artists and crew.
Students may apply for up to $500.
Open and closing dates
Applications are now open and will close 11:59pm Monday 16th April. Applicants can expect to receive an outcome by the end of May.
Criteria and eligibility
This scholarship is open for award to students enrolled in postgraduate diploma, master or doctorate studies at the Faculty of Fine Arts and Music.
The Dean will approve the recipients. All applications will be presented to the selection panel. Please note, due to the number of applications, not all will be automatically approved. Each discipline would receive a quota of grants available, based on the ratio of students to total Faculty student numbers.
On receipt of this grant, receipts must be submitted to the Scholarships Officer for reimbursement. Payments will not be made in advance, and must be for purchases made between January 1 and November 1 2018 (for 2018 grants). Please note, the cut off day for submission of receipts for this round of grants is November 1 2018 - if you receive a grant in 2018, you will not be eligible to claim it after this date.
How to apply
Refer to the Open and Closing Dates section above for the applications link. The link will only be visible during the application period.
You'll be asked to provide your personal information, including course and year level, a summary of how you intend to use the funds and how they are incidental to your study, and if you are claiming a purchase already made, you can upload a copy of the receipt.