SSEAC Research Grants 2013-14
SSEAC offers various grants to support research about Southeast Asia. The following grants are those that are currently open for application.
|Grant name||Due Date|
|SSEAC Business Grants 2013-14||5pm Monday 7 October 2013|
|SSEAC Visiting Researcher Fellowships 2013-14||Open until filled|
Late applications will not be accepted.
Contact for any inquiries regarding the application process.
The Sydney Southeast Asia Centre is offering funding for research about business and legal topics relevant to Southeast Asia. This grant is being offered as part of SSEAC’s partnership with the international law firm, Baker and McKenzie. The firm has had a presence in the Asia Pacific for 50 years, and currently has branches in six Southeast Asian countries: Indonesia, Malaysia, the Philippines, Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam.
One SSEAC Business Grant will be offered in 2013-14, of up to AU $5000 in value.
SSEAC is offering one annual fellowship to a high profile international scholar who works on Southeast Asia. The fellowship funds a short visit (up to one week) to the University of Sydney. Nominees should be nominated by a member of the Centre stipulating the program of work that will be pursued at the University of Sydney, and detailing the outcomes and benefits.
During their visit, the Visiting Fellow will speak at a Sydney Ideas event. They will also be interviewed for a website profile and asked to facilitate an interactive seminar for research students. Other more specialised workshops for academics would be welcome, depending on the scholar’s areas of focus.