The Student Engagement Grants (SEG) program enables students to put their passion into action.

Grants are available for student-led initiatives that aim to:

  • address social, economic, environmental or cultural issues
  • provide skills and leadership development for students
  • implement constructive change in the local, national or international community
  • provide opportunities for students to develop their social and civic responsibilities
  • encourage interdisciplinary collaboration

This program also includes the Peter McPhee Student Awards.

Guidelines

Updated guidelines for 2020 coming soon.

To be considered for funding, all applications must respond to the criteria outlined in the SEG guidelines (PDF 759.9 KB).

Applicants are encouraged to view the guidelines for information on:

  • program objectives
  • eligibility
  • application process and outcome notification
  • selection criteria and assessment process
  • budget

How to apply

Applications for Student Engagement Grants open on Monday 23 March 2020 and close on Sunday 19 April 2020. Link coming soon.

Information sessions

  • Thursday 19 March 2-2.30pm
    Harold White Theatre Level 1, Stop 1 building - book now
  • Tuesday 24 March 12-12.30pm
    Harold White Theatre Level 1, Stop 1 building - book now
  • Tuesday 31 March 12.30-1pm
    Harold White Theatre Level 1, Stop 1 building - book now

Grant writing workshops

  • Friday 3 April 2-3pm
    Rm 109 Level 1, Stop 1 building - book now
  • Monday 6 April 11am-12pm
    Rm 111 Level 1, Stop 1 building - book now

FAQs

Past successful applicants

Resources


Contact

Please address your queries to:

Student Engagement Team
Email: student-engagement@unimelb.edu.au


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