A wide range of scholarships, top-ups and awards are available to students studying at the Alfred precinct. Most of these are offered through our partner universities and research institutes.
In addition, students who are studying at this precinct may apply for Alfred Research Alliance (formerly AMREP) Honours Scholarships, which are awarded annually based on academic achievement.
For details of the available scholarships, and how to apply, please use the links below.
Baker Heart and Diabetes Institute
Students are in a unique position to benefit from the breadth of disciplines and technologies available at the Baker Institute.
By undertaking a student project at the Baker Institute you can get a feel for working in a scientific laboratory or research unit that is closely connected to clinical facilities, is situated in a vibrant research precinct and has a strong focus on the translation of research findings into better health.
Burnet Institute accepts Honours students from all major universities within Victoria with the aim of providing training in public health, infectious diseases and immunology research programs.
Honours projects at Burnet over the past few years have covered diverse areas of research including the immunology of hepatitis C virus (HCV) infection, the structure and function of cell surface receptors, determining sexual risk practices and STI awareness, modelling of infectious diseases, and HIV-1 associated dementia.
Alfred Research Alliance Honours Scholarships
The Alfred Research Alliance Honours Scholarships program is administered by Monash University. Two $6000 scholarships are awarded each year.