ANIP Travel Grant

The ANIP Travel Grant provides small grants to students undertaking internships away from their normal place of residence in order to reduce the overall cost to the student. These grants can make a real difference and enable students the opportunity to gain experience in a working environment specialised to their needs and that of the host organisation. The research the students undertake and networks they create during the internship are often transformative.

Donations towards the ANIP Travel Grant can be made via the ANIP Endowment.

Ken Wanganeen Scholarship

This scholarship is administered by the Tjabal Centre and is open to Indigenous Australians enrolled in ANIP. The scholarship was established in memory of the distinguished Indigenous Australian, Ken Wanganeen. Mr Wanganeen completed his first degree with honours at Flinders University, and later became Assistant Secretary in the Department of Aboriginal Affairs. He was committed to developing constructive ways of bringing the people of Australia together. For more information and to apply, visit


Updated:  1 April 2019/Responsible Officer:  Program Director/Page Contact:  CASS Marketing & Communications