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Research

NEAF grant recipient working at Gallipoli.

NEAF strongly believes that its major function is to provide financial assistance to students who would not be able to pursue their interests if it were not for the small but hugely useful grants provided by NEAF each year. In turn, NEAF relies on your generosity to help us to help students in both Australia and New Zealand. Please consider making a donation to NEAF so that we can continue this important work.

NEAF provides grants to postgraduate research students working in those fields that are the major concern of the Foundation. The Catherine Southwell-Keely Travel Grant of $3500 is given annually. Grants-in-Aid of varying amounts are awarded for smaller research projects, ranging from overseas travel, archaeometric sample preparation, thesis preparation costs, photography and minor equipment purchases. These grants are available to enrolled postgraduate students of Australian and New Zealand universities. Their aim is to help graduate students establish themselves in their chosen field of research, and increasingly, to supplement scarce research expense funding. The grants are advertised in September each year.


The university is currently investigating fraudulent activity so they've temporarily suspended the NEAF donation link (along with about 60 other such pages across the university - this 'fraudulent activity' was not limited to NEAF but is university-wide).

A donation form that payments can be made by credit card or cheque is available here. You can return this form either in the post, fax or scan/email to NEAF (NEAF's contact details) or Advancement Services (address is on the form). All these forms are destroyed once processed by the donations' department.

Do not use the on-line link below until further notice.


Donations to NEAF/University of Sydney can be paid using the University of Sydney's on-line donation payment system.

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