Fellowships

The Australia Awards Fellowships aim to develop leadership, address priority regional development issues, and build partnerships and linkages between Australian organisations and partner organisations in developing countries, including countries in Papua New Guinea. The goal of the Australia Awards Fellowships program is to develop appropriately trained current and aspiring leaders in priority areas, who, in the short- to medium-term, will be in a position to advance key regional policy objectives and increase institutional capacity of partner countries. The Fellowships are designed to complement individual bilateral country programs by offering flexible fellowship placements which address current and emerging needs at the country, sub-regional and regional levels.

For Fellowships managed by the Australia Awards – PNG office in Port Moresby, Papua New Guineans are eligible to apply for Australia Awards Fellowships – Papua New Guinea (Fellowships). 

  • The awards are aligned to public service training needs identified as high priority by the Papua New Guinea Government. The Fellowships are designed to provide leaders and business professionals from Papua New Guinea to study at an Australian institution on a topic that is relevant for the development of Papua New Guinea. For more information email fellowships@australiaawardspng.org 

 

Applications

Please take note that applications for the Certificate IV in AgribusinessEntrepreneurship, and Diploma in Leadership and Management courses are now closed. Please check the applications page for other courses on offer, later in the year.

 

Request for Tenders

Australia Awards – PNG is seeking proposals from universities, TAFEs and registered training providers to deliver Short Courses (Fellowships) in Certificate IV in Agribusiness, Certificate IV in Entrepreneurship, Certificate IV in Project Management, and Diploma in Leadership and Management & Graduate Certificate in Diplomacy. Find out more.

For Fellowships managed by the Australia Awards office in Canberra, Papua New Guineans are eligible to apply for Australia Awards Fellowships ..

  • The Fellowships are aimed at Papua New Guinean leaders and professionals, funded by the Australian Government . Australia Awards Fellowships offer Australian organisations, from all sectors, the opportunity to deepen and broaden their links with Papua New  Guinea by providing high-quality training, exchange of expertise, skills and knowledge, and opportunities to enhance networks on issues of shared interest. For more details Australia Awards Fellowships.
Suzanne Edgecombe, Counsellor (Education) of the Australian High Commission and Jan Matheson, Director of Kangan Institute, standing side by side to Meamori Epavea of Gulf Provincial Administration, one of the graduating awardees of the Australia Awards Fellowships.

Suzanne Edgecombe, Counsellor (Education) of the Australian High Commission and Jan Matheson, Director of Kangan Institute, standing side by side to Meamori Epavea of Gulf Provincial Administration, one of the graduating awardees of the Australia Awards Fellowships.