ARC funding

Internal submission dates

Scheme NOIS Final Application Request not to Assess
Linkage Projects 2022OPENRefer to scheme pageRefer to scheme page
Future Fellowships 2023OPENMonday 7th November 2022TBC - Nov 2022
Industrial Transformation Research Program 2023CLOSEDTBCTBC
DECRA Fellowships 2024OPENThursday 27th October 2022TBC - Nov 2022
Linkage Infrastructure, Equipment and Facilities (LIEF) 2023CLOSEDMonday 9th MayWednesday 11th May
Discovery Projects 2024OPEN January 2023TBC
Discovery Indigenous 2024OPENIndividual applicants will be advisedIndividual applicants will be advised
Industry Fellowships Early Career IE23OPENThursday 13th OctoberThursday 13th October
Industry Fellowships Mid-career IM239am Tuesday 20th September9am Thursday 29th SeptemberThursday 29th September
Industry Fellowships Laureate IL23TBCTBCThursday 26th October
National Intelligence and Security Discovery Grants (NISDRG) Program 2023CLOSED

Full draft EOI 9am

Monday 8th August

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ARC National Interest Test Statement

The National Interest Test (NIT) Statement is a standalone statement to demonstrate societal benefits of the proposed research beyond the academic community. The NIT statement is one of four areas of assessment considered when recommending applications for funding. An application whose NIT Statement does not pass the 'test' will not be recommended for funding. It is vital that all ARC applicants spend time to ensure that their NIT statement will meet the key consideration as set out by the ARC. Find out more about the NIT statement.

https://www.arc.gov.au/funding-research/apply-funding/grant-application/articulating-national-interest-grant-applications