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 researchers in collaborative projects.
Alliance Research Accelerator Fund
The Alliance Research Accelerator Fund has been established to support research groups working collaboratively on intermediate-sized projects with the potential to achieve significant impact. 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 Accelerator funding.
University of Warwick
|Behavioural activation for adolescents with mild-moderate intellectual disability and depression: A feasibility study in Australia and the UK||Professor Katrina Williams||Professor Richard Hastings|
|Inclusive Economies and Enduring Peace: The Transformative Role of Social Reproduction||Professor Jacqui True||Professor Shirin Rai|
|Engineering Cardiovascular Systems||Professor Adrian Neild||Dr Jerome Charmet|
For information and case studies on previously funded projects please visit our Accelerator Fund Recipients page.
Alliance Research Catalyst Fund
The Alliance Research Catalyst Fund has been established with the specific intention to foster new initiatives with high potential that combine complementary aspects of each institution towards novel research outcomes. 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 Catalyst funding.
For information and case studies on previously funded projects please visit our Catalyst Fund Recipients page.
Alliance Joint PhD Scholarships
The Monash Warwick Alliance Joint PhD is part of our commitment to developing a successor generation of internationally experienced young researchers. It is aimed at supporting academic collaborations and can be created by joint-research teams in eligible disciplines to gain an outstanding, highly mobile PhD candidate who can bring additional capacity to support research collaboration.
Scholarship applications for students starting in Autumn 2019 are now closed.