International schemes

The University is dedicated to fostering high quality international collaborations. For more information on United States government, European Union and how to find international funding, see below.

Opportunities also exist within Australia to strengthen international ties. Grant offerings will be listed in Research Professional as they become available. Should you come across a funding opportunity you wish to apply for that lacks University of Melbourne specific application information, please email the relevant grants team.

View the University of Melbourne's 2020 Federal Audit Report

U.S. Fly America Act Waiver Checklist

Whistleblower Protections Notice to Staff

International Codes and Contacts

Key International Funders

U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) - The University of Melbourne supports applications to the Department of Defense (DoD) in the United States.

U.S. National Institutes of Health (NIH) - The University of Melbourne supports applications to the National Institute of Health (NIH) in the United States, the largest bio medical research agency in the world.

June 2021 NIH Rounds

Expressions of Interest for Funding from the United States –  The University of Melbourne is dedicated to help solve the world’s problems. This scheme helps match University of Melbourne researchers in identifying United States funding sources for impactful projects valued at $100,000 or more. Based on the information provided, non-academic staff will work to identify possible supporters whose priorities align with the impact statement. Opportunities exist through Philanthropic individuals, trusts and foundations, corporations, and research grantors, including government agencies.

Opportunities from Canada

Opportunities from France

Opportunities from Germany

Opportunities from Japan

Opportunities from Qatar

Opportunities from Sweden

Opportunities from Taiwan

Opportunities from United Kingdom

Schemes for International Collaboration