About the Programs


Endeavour Mobility Grants support Australian undergraduate, postgraduate and vocational education and training (VET) students to have an overseas study experience that contributes to their Australian qualification.

The Endeavour Mobility Grants Guidelines provide information about Endeavour Mobility Grants, including setting out specific program information. (PDF | DOCX)

Endeavour Mobility Grants comprises the following sub-programs:

 

International Student Exchange Program (ISEP)

 
  • Grants for undergraduate and postgraduate students (outgoing and incoming) to undertake semester exchange in global locations (excluding Asia and the Pacific).
  • Grants of $5000 per student are available.
  • Study must be for academic credit and equivalent to at least one full study period as recognised by the Australian higher education provider, up to 12 months in duration.
  • Requires a partnership agreement to support tuition fee waiver and credit transfer.
 


Study Overseas Short-term Mobility Program (STMP)

 
  • Grants for undergraduate and postgraduate students to undertake short-term study in global locations (excluding Asia and the Pacific).
  • Grants of $2500 per student are available.
  • Study must provide credit or count towards the course requirements for the Australian course of study in which the student is enrolled and be less than six months in duration.
 


Endeavour Cheung Kong Student Exchange Program (ECKSEP)

 
  • Jointly funded by the Australian Government and Cheung Kong, represented in Australia by Powercor Australia. This unique and successful public/private partnership has involved the Government and Cheung Kong contributing matched funding to support undergraduate student exchange between Australia and selected Asian locations for over 10 years. 
  • Grants for 250 undergraduate students (outgoing and incoming) to undertake semester exchange to: Brunei Darussalam, Burma (Myanmar), Cambodia, China, Hong Kong, India, Indonesia, Japan, Laos, Macau, Malaysia, Mongolia, the Philippines, the Republic of Korea (South Korea), Singapore, Thailand and Vietnam. Two-thirds of these grants are allocated to student exchanges involving links with partner institutions in China and Hong Kong.
  • Grants of $5000 per student are available.
  • Study must be for academic credit and equivalent to at least one full study period as recognised by the Australian higher education provider, up to 12 months in duration.
  • Requires a partnership agreement to support tuition fee waiver and credit transfer.
 


Asia Postgraduate Program (Asia Postgrad)

 
  • Grants for postgraduate students to undertake short-term study in Asia and the Pacific.
  • Short-term grants of $2000 per student and language support grants of $1000 per student are available.
  • Study must provide credit or count towards the course requirements for the Australian course of study in which the student is enrolled and be less than six months in duration.
 


Vocational Education and Training Outbound Mobility Program (VET Outbound)

 
  • Grants for VET students to undertake short-term study in global locations (excluding Asia and the Pacific).
  • Grants of $2500 per student are available.
  • Study must provide credit or count towards the course requirements for the Australian course of study in which the student is enrolled and be less than six months in duration.
 


Asia Vocational Education and Training Program (Asia VET)

 
  • Grants for VET students to undertake short-term study in Asia and the Pacific.
  • Short-term grants of $2000 per student and language support grants of $1000 per student are available.
  • Study must provide credit or count towards the course requirements for the Australian course of study in which the student is enrolled and be less than six months in duration.​
 
​​