Australian Museum Research Institute Visiting Fellowships

The Australian Museum Research Institute (AMRI) offers several different fellowships to visiting researchers. 

Biodiversity

Biodiversity
Photographer: Martin Pueschel © Martin Pueschel

AMRI Postgraduate Award

The AMRI Postgraduate Award offers postgraduate students up to $2,500 to work directly with the Museum and become involved in its research activities. Applications for funding between July 2016 and June 2017 are now open.
Please also note that honours students are welcome to apply however they will be judged against all postgraduate students.

AMRI Visiting Research Fellowship

The AMRI Visiting Research Fellowship offers researchers up to $8,000 to visit and work as collaborators in research projects with Australian Museum Scientists. Applications for funding between July 2016 and June 2017 are now open.

AMRI Visiting Collection Fellowship

The AMRI Visiting Collection Fellowship offers researchers up to $8,000 to visit and work with significant collections held by the Australian Museum. Applications for funding between July 2016 and June 2017 are now open.

Chadwick Biodiversity Fellowship

The Australian Museum's Chadwick Biodiversity Fellowship provides an exciting opportunity for a recent PhD graduate to establish a career in biodiversity research. Applications for funding between 2017 and 2019 are now open.

Leo Fleischmann Visiting Fellowship in Pacific Islands Arts and Material Culture

The Leo Fleischmann Fellowship is offered every two years and gives researchers up to $2,500 to conduct research on the art and material culture of the Pacific Islands. Applications for funding between July 2017 and June 2018 will open in early 2017.

Peter Rankin Trust Fund for Herpetology 

The Peter Rankin Trust Fund for Herpetology provides up to $1,000 to herpetological projects in Australia. Applications for funding between July 2016 and June 2017 are now open.


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