Downloadable Templates and References

Below are some useful templates and references for applicants for the Australia Awards Scholarships.

Application Form - Data Requirements Templates

Different fields required in the application form for the Australia Awards Scholarships. For reference only. Applicants must use the online application form to fill out the data.

REAPs - Crafting and Evaluating REAPs

The Re-Entry Action Plan or REAP is a proven mechanism that creates opportunities for scholars and learners to apply their new insights and enhanced competencies gained from training and other learning interventions. Page 7 to 23 of this guidebook presents some tips on crafting good REAPs.

When to submit documents - 2018 Intake applications

This document details the timing of submission of various required documents for the application of Australia Awards Scholarships 2018 intake

Presentation - Australia Awards Scholarships Promotions

This is the presentation material used during the promotion of Australia Awards Scholarships for June 2018 intake.

Re-Entry Action Plan (REAP) Template

(UPDATED 17 August 2016) The Re-Entry Action Plan (REAP) is a unique feature of the Philippine program, which enables recipients from the Philippines to develop and implement meaningful programs that contribute to Philippine development. Filipino applicants are required to submit a REAP, outlining how they will use their education and acquired skills from Australia in contributing to development programs in their workplace/sector areas/communities upon return to the Philippines.

AAS - Refereee Report Template (MS Word Format)

This is the Referee report template to be used for the application of Australia Awards scholarships.

AAS - Curriculum Vitae Template (MS Word format)

This is the CV template to be used for the application of Australia Awards scholarships.

Australia Awards Scholarships Policy Handbook - 2017

This handbook provides essential information for managing or participating in the Scholarship program. Institutions, applicants/awardees, DFAT officers and managing contractors/Case Managers should be familiar with its contents and understand their respective roles and responsibilities. (Source: http://dfat.gov.au/about-us/publications/pages/australia-awards-scholarships-policy-handbook.aspx)

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