The Australia Government Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) offers a number of Fellowships. The Fellowships program advances learning and teaching in higher education by supporting a group of leading educators to undertake strategic, high-profile activities in areas of importance to the sector. Through their fellowship activities, Fellows have a positive and lasting influence and impact on higher education practice in Australia.
Fellowship selection is based on individuals' demonstrated leadership capacity in higher education. The fellowships are prestigious acknowledgements of individuals' expertise and influence and, as such, are highly valued by recipients' home institutions. Fellowships afford opportunities for individuals to undertake strategic programs of activities around identified educational issues, to develop their knowledge of the broader higher education environment in Australia, and to practise and further develop their leadership skills in this area.
National Senior Teaching Fellowships
Up to 4 National Senior Teaching Fellowships are available in 2014 with maximum funding available for each National Senior Teaching Fellowship of $250,000. National Senior Teaching Fellows will normally be expected to be released from all or most academic activities for one year.
National Teaching Fellowships
Up to 6 National Teaching Fellowships are available with maximum total funding available for each National Teaching Fellowship of $90,000. National Teaching Fellows will be expected to commence their Fellowship between 1 July and 31 December 2014. The Fellowship generally runs for nine to twelve months.
Nominations close Monday 3 February 2014. Successful Fellows will be announced in late May/early June 2014.
Full details including Fellowship Information and Nomination Instructions and Nomination Forms are available on the Australia Government Office for Learning and Teaching website.
You should read the information and nomination instructions carefully and also refer to the Managing Your Fellowship which contains useful information and resources including dissemination and evaluation strategies.
For further information, contact Dr Coral Pepper in Curtin Teaching and Learning.Back to top
The Australia Government Office for Learning and Teaching (OLT) offers a number of Academic Secondments that aim to enhance the ties and understanding between the sector, the OLT and the Department of Industry, Innovation, Science, Research and Tertiary Education (DIISRTE).
Secondees will carry out a program of work for the Government and the higher education sector on strategic priorities. Those seconded will be a source of academic advice and support to the staff of the OLT, with the aim of broadening staff capability within DIISRTE, and building relationships with the home institution.
Full details are available on the Australia Government Office for Learning and Teaching website.
Applications for 2013 are now closed.
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