Australia Awards Fellowships
The Australia Awards Fellowships are short courses tailored to develop knowledge and skills, address priority human resource development areas and build partnerships and linkages between Australian organisations and partner organisations in developing countries.
Fellowships are designed to provide leaders and professionals from the public service, private sector and civil society in Papua New Guinea to study a short course with an Australian university, TAFE, or Registered Training Organisation (RTO).
2019 Australia Awards in PNG Fellowships
Graduate Certificate in Environmental Management (Climate Change Policy)
Graduate Certificate in Health Economics
Certificate in Family and Child Health - Planning and Administration
Graduate Certificate in Counselling
Certificate IV in Agribusiness
Graduate Certificate in Human Resource Management
Applications for 2019 fellowships have now closed
Fellowships offered in 2020 will be announced in mid-2019
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