ARC Australian Laureate Fellowship

Funded by: Australian Research Council

Key information

Australian Laureate Fellowships are open to applications from outstanding researchers of international repute and provide project funding in addition to a salary supplement. Up to two of these fellowships are allocated to exceptional female researchers who will also undertake an ambassadorial role to promote women in research.

Getting started

  1. Contact your College Research Office to advise them of your intent to submit an applicationEach College deals with a different volume of applications, offers different services and has a different internal deadline. Please contact your College Research Office as soon as possible to ensure that you are informed of internal deadlines and recieve any resources that are available to support you in preparing your application. Please note: All communication with the ARC must be done through the Research Services Division so please contact your College if you have any questions.

  2. Guidelines for Letter of Support: A summary of the key information that should be captured in the institutional Letter of Support

  3. Start your proposal in ARC's Research Management System (RMS) Applications for Laureate Fellowships opened in RMS on 29 September 2015. To ensure that you receive any updates from the ARC about this scheme please start a proposal under FL16 in RMS. Please note that you must enter the ANU as the Administering Organisation in section A1 of the application. If you do not have an RMS account please request a new account.

External Applicants: Don't know which College to contact? Please contact preaward.rsd@anu.edu.au for information about how to apply for a Laureate Fellowship through the Australian National University.

For Research Administrators

RSD deadlines

    Deadlines for Australian Laureate Fellowships beyond 2016 to be announced. Please contact your local area research office for furhter information and updates.

    Updated September 2016.

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