The Monash Warwick Alliance encourages the development of joint research and education collaboration with the aim of mutually beneficial growth in the research and teaching excellence of both institutions. A number of funding schemes are available to support Monash and Warwick educators in collaborative projects.
Alliance Education Fund
The Alliance Education Fund has been established to support our academics and professional services staff who are working collaboratively on projects that will help to internationalise our teaching and learning. The Education Fund is now closed for applications. To be the first to hear about future funding opportunities, sign up to the Alliance ENews.
Congratulations to the following projects which have most recently been awarded funding.
University of Warwick
|Internationalisation of the student learning experience: a state-of-the-art approach to teaching and learning||Dr Nadine Normand-Marconnet||Caroline Gibson|
|Educator staff development across the Alliance||Professor Allie Clemans||Dr Letizia Gramaglia|
|From undergraduate to undergraduate researcher: the impact of participation in undergraduate research initiatives on student learning outcomes at Monash University and the University of Warwick||Kate Aldred||Emma Barker|
|Development and Evaluation of Augmented Reality/Virtual Reality technologies in the teaching of Cardiovascular Disease||Dr Chooi Yeng Lee (Monash University, Malaysia)||Professor Kevin Moffat|
|Sprinter School in Multilingualism and Diversity, MultiDiV||Dr Louisa Willoughby||Professor Jo Angouri|
|Go International - Virtual International Employability and Work Integrated Learning Programme||Michelle Maes||Esther de Perlaky|
For information and case studies on previously funded projects please visit our Education Fund Recipients page.
Education Exchange Scheme
Funded by the Monash Warwick Alliance, this scheme is managed by the Monash Education Academy and the Warwick International Higher Education Academy and provides a funding contribution to enable sharing, development and review of innovative pedagogical activity through exchanges of leading educators.
The funding contribution available for a single visit is up to a total of $10,000/ £5,000 and nominations can be submitted by and to either institution throughout the year.
Please visit the WIHEA website to find out more.