Friday, 22 Sep 14:00


Multifunction Room
Level 1, 1888 Building (Graduate Student Association), University of Melbourne, Parkville, 3010, Victoria



This 2.5-hour workshop is designed to create awareness of the basics of fundraising, the skills and knowledge you need to better fund your ideas and be a leader in your community.

You will learn how to find grants, understand them, work with people, and write and present the best possible grant applications as part of an overall funding strategy to take your project from idea to reality.

The skills and knowledge you will learn are transferable and you will be able to put them into practice in securing funding from GSA, the University or the wider community. Come along and meet other students seeking grants.

Refreshments will be provided.

This session is generally popular, so booking in without attending is unacceptable. Please remove your booking to make way for the waiting list if you are not participating.

Presented by GSA and the University of Melbourne 

Drop in and learn more about the Student Services and Amenties Fee Grants and Student Engagement Grants Program 

There'll also be a 30-minute drop-in service after the session from 4:30pm in the Multifunction Room. Just drop in and you can learn more about the Student Services Amenties Fee Grants and Student Engagement Grants. This is your chance to submit a grant in October!


GSA Programs Agreement 

Before registering for this free event, please read the program Terms and Conditions, which includes our usual Pricing Information and a Refund and Close Door Policy: https://form.jotform.co/70178692664871