UQ Advantage Grant Program
About the program
UQ's Office of Undergraduate Education has announced the launch of a new program that seeks to promote student mobility and to enhance student participation and involvement in curricular and related activities.
This program, known as the UQ Advantage Grant, will be awarded 4 times per year, in February, May, August and November.
The Grant offers financial support to students of the University of Queensland to subsidise activities which will enhance their degree program and their experience at UQ.
What kind of activities are subsidised?
UQ Advantage Grants may be provided for activities related to a student’s study at The University of Queensland such as conferences, short term programs, language study, research, internships, leadership, service learning and volunteering programs, or other activities endorsed by your academic unit.
Who is eligible?
These grants are for students currently enrolled in a degree program at the University of Queensland (i.e.: undergraduate, honours, graduate certificate, graduate diploma, coursework masters or professional doctorate levels of study).
The grants are not for students enrolled in research higher degree programs.
Full-degree international students are invited to apply. It is not normal practice to award a grant enabling an international student to return to his/her home country. However, special consideration may be given to a student who can show the benefits of how an academic activity undertaken in the student’s home country can enhance their UQ experience.