2014–15 Grants Round is now closed
The objectives of the Australian-Korea Foundation are to:
- Increase public awareness of Australia in Korea, and of Korea in Australia, and the importance of the bilateral relationship
- Develop partnerships in areas of shared interest in the bilateral, regional and global context
- Increase Australians’ capacity to effectively engage with Korea.
The 2014–15 Grants Round and Scholarships Round is now closed.
|Closing date for submitting applications||5pm (AEST) 11 April 2014|
|Unsuccessful applicants notified||July 2014|
|Successful applicants notified pending funding allocation for the 2014-2015 Financial Year*||July 2014|
|Processing of grant agreements for successful applicants once DFAT’s 2014-2015 Financial Year funding is allocated||July 2014|
* Applications can only be submitted online via the link above.
The online application system is operational until the closing date at the time indicated above. Late entries will not be accepted. We recommend applicants not wait until the last day to submit their application.
Frequency of AKF Grant Funding Rounds
Generally, the AKF Secretariat will conduct one major grant round each financial year, advertised on the AKF website. Applications will be received February-April for projects in the following financial year. Only if further funding becomes available, then a subsequent 'intersessional' grant round may be held within the financial year, also advertised on the AKF website.