AFAANZ Research Grants
AFAANZ Research Fund (ARF) Annual Grants Program
The AFAANZ Research Fund (ARF) Annual Grants Program is designed to encourage and support AFAANZ members by providing funding for research projects. The grants are competitive, and are primarily intended to support small‐scale projects of up to one year’s duration or to assist in seed funding for larger scale projects. Applicants must demonstrate their ability to conduct the research proposed and show how the project will benefit the research profile of the individuals and the discipline. The pool of funds comes directly from fees paid by institutional members. As such, access to the ARF is limited to staff based at an Institutional Member. A call for applications will be placed on the AFAANZ website in the first week of March.
Accounting and Finance Doctoral Education Network Travel Grants
Initiated in 2015, the AFAANZ Doctoral Education Network (AFDEN) aims to encourage and help enable the broad offering of a rich suite of doctoral‐level subjects suitable for accounting and finance students in their first year of study, leading up to confirmation. Through AFDEN, AFAANZ does not purport to grant degrees or offer any of its own coursework. AFDEN, very much like its European "cousin" EDEN, purely facilitates a co‐ordinated network for accounting and finance doctoral education across our region.
AFAANZ recognises that a critical impediment to the success of AFDEN is the “tyranny of distance” and, particularly, the related issue of nontrivial travel costs. Accordingly, to help overcome this obstacle we have established the “AFDEN Scholar” designation – which, critically, attracts a Travel Scholarship award.
Women's Leadership Development - Funding Grants
Women & Leadership Australia (WLA) is administering a national initiative to support the development of female leaders across Australia’s finance sector.
The initiative is providing women with grants to enable participation in a range of leadership development programs.
The leadership development programs are part-time and delivered nationally via WLA’s blended learning model. Scholarship funding is strictly limited and will be awarded based on a set of selection criteria being met.
|CPA Australia||"The Global Research Perspectives Program is CPA Australia's annual research grants program, which encourages and supports research worldwide that is relevant to our membership, the profession and the global business community. CPA Australia will consider bold and innovative projects that have merit and potential. CPA Australia supports the dissemination of high quality and innovative research to influence governments, regulators and standards, and inform our members.
New research grants are available for researchers, institutions and consultancies. Partnerships between academe and business are encouraged. Cross‐ disciplinary applications and requests for joint funding with other organisations. Proposals for research go through a rigorous review process prior to commissioning and funding. Since 2013, there has been a two stage application process.
Stage one applications for the current funding program close on 31 August each year. These short form applications will be reviewed with all applicants informed within six weeks if CPA Australia requires further details for consideration.
|Financial Planning Education Council Research Grants for Academics||The FPEC has established an annual grant scheme, sponsored by the FPA. Grants up to $5000 each support the development of financial planning as an academic discipline.||TBC|
|Institute of Chartered Accountants in England & Wales (ICAEW)||Grants are available from the ICAEW charitable trust funds for research undertaken by senior university academics. The aim is to support research of strong intellectual merit and which will consider and assist with the wide range of challenges currently facing business and the accountancy profession.||No set date|