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Every year Study NSW co-funds projects that are delivered in partnership with industry.

Partner Projects for 2021/22 have just been announced!

Study NSW accepts applications from education providers and organisations that have a focus on international education.

We encourage partnership applications from a consortium of providers and/or organisations to ensure benefits reach a broad range of international students.

Funds of up to $110,000 (incl. GST) per project will be available for 2022-23. All funds must be matched by industry contribution, including through in-kind contributions.

Partner projects should be strategic, innovative, benefit the international education sector and address gaps not currently being addressed by the sector.

Between 2014 and 2021, Study NSW has invested $2.4 million across 61 partner projects and attracted $8.4 million in industry contributions.

Key dates

Applications open - March 2022

Applications close - May 2022

Applications assessed - June and July 2022

New projects announced - August 2022

Projects delivered - August 2022 to June 2023


Apply for Partner Project funding for 2022/23

Applications for Study NSW Partner Projects will open in March 2022. Through this NSW Government funding, we work with the educator sector and community organisations to support international students in NSW. Funds of up to $110,000 (incl. GST) per project are available for 2022-23. All funds must be matched by industry contribution, including through in-kind contributions.

View 2021-22 Partner Project Guidelines


Current Partner Projects for 2021/22

International students in NSW will have access to a new digital mental health and wellbeing toolkit, as one of a number of programs that will enhance employability, entrepreneurship and research and development skills, thanks to $360,000 in funding from the NSW Government to support the sector.

Deputy Premier and Minister for Trade and Industry John Barilaro said the Partner Project funding from Study NSW will support the future of international education in NSW, an industry that has been hit hard during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“The international education sector remains one of the state’s biggest exports, sustaining thousands of jobs across NSW,” Mr Barilaro said.

“These co-funded projects are part of a range of measures from the NSW Government to support almost 170,000 international students currently studying with NSW education providers both here and overseas.”

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ISANA International Education Association

$100,000 to deliver the Lived Experience Toolkit

Practera

Academy of Entrepreneurs

$48,000 for the Academy of Entrepreneurs to deliver Masterclass for Impact, a series of workshops on employability and entrepreneurship

Haymarket HQ

Intersective

$45,000 to deliver the Research and Development Project Program where international students will assist a real NSW SME or start-up advance an R&D project

Outcome Life

Haymarket HQ

$44,000 to deliver a virtual entrepreneurship program FFWD: Ideate & Accelerate

The Lygon Group

The Lygon Group

$40,000 to deliver student sentiment tracker, The Student Source, which will analyse sentiment shifts and make recommendations for NSW based institutions using social media listening

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University of Technology Sydney

$33,000 to deliver Aus LEAP which connects students with volunteering opportunities with charities, not-for-profits, and social enterprise organisations

The University of Sydney

The FRANK Team

$30,000 to deliver INTERCHANGE 2022, a seven-week Work Integrated Learning program offered in collaboration with seven universities

ISEAA

International Student Education Agents Association Limited (ISEAA)

$20,000 to deliver Unite and Recover Education Agent Sector, a research report on the impact of COVID-19 on education agents, the ongoing effects this has on NSW international education sector, and a strategy on how to recover


Get involved

Our partners are currently in the planning stages of their projects.

Details on how international students can get involved will be shared through the Study NSW mailing list and promoted through the Study NSW FacebookInstagram, LinkedInTwitter and WeChat.

If you have questions regarding a particular project, please email study.nsw@investment.nsw.gov.au


Explore previous Partner Projects