Due to the State of Emergency declared in PNG related to coronavirus, our office is closed until further notice.
We continue to work remotely and we will post updates on this website. You can also contact us by email as follows:
Long-term in-Australia Scholarships enquiries: scholarships AT australiaawardspng.org
In-PNG Scholarships enquiries: incountry AT australiaawardspng.org
Short Course Awards enquiries: fellowships AT australiaawardspng.org
PNG Australia Alumni Association enquiries: secretariat AT pngaaa.org
Australia Awards in PNG
Australia’s international development assistance in Papua New Guinea helps promote prosperity, reduce poverty, and enhance political stability.
Australia Awards Scholarships are prestigious international awards offered by the Australian Government to the next generation of global leaders for development. Through study and research, awardees develop the skills and knowledge to drive change and help build enduring people-to-people links with Australia.
Applicants are assessed on their professional and personal qualities, academic competence and, most importantly, their potential to impact on development challenges in Papua New Guinea.
Applications are strongly encouraged from women, people with disability and those from the provinces.
Australia Awards in Papua New Guinea Priority Sectors
Australia Awards in Papua New Guinea
From trout farms to honey producers and more in between, the current crop of PNG participants in an innovative agribusiness course recently experienced a diverse taste of Australia – and developed new skills to apply back home. The 25 participants in the latest...
Australia Awards scholar Melkie Anton (pictured above) is a male advocate working to end violence against women – a shared challenge for Papua New Guinea and Australia. Male advocates campaign against family violence through community awareness-raising and education....
When Euodia Mosoro (pictured above, left) decided to develop her public health expertise through post-graduate study in Australia, she was driven by personal connections as much as professional ones. Euodia, from East Sepik, describes herself as a second-generation...