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Australia Awards are prestigious international scholarships and fellowships funded by the Australian Government offering the next generation of global leaders an opportunity to undertake study, research and professional development.


On 12 November 2014, Prime Minister Tony Abbott toured an Australia Awards photographic exhibition in the sidelines of the ASEAN-Australia 40th Anniversary Commemorative Summit and the Ninth East Asia Summit in Burma.
Australian scholarships on show at ASEAN and East Asia Summitheading fold
The Australian aid program has specific strategic goals that aim to ensure people with disability are included in, and benefit equally from, Australia’s development assistance.
Australia Awards Scholarships International Day of People with Disabilities heading fold
With his country having one of the world’s highest HIV prevalence rates, despite a drop in recent years, Zambia’s Dr Wezi Kaonga says more focus needs to be placed on treating the HIV epidemic in Africa via a holistic health services approach.
HIV fight requires holistic approach says Australia Awards Scholar Dr Wezi Kaongaheading fold
Australia Awardee Catherine Sakala from Zambia is studying a Masters of Agriculture Science at the University of Melbourne and hopes to influence agricultural policies in Africa.
Meet Australia Awardee Catherine Sakala from Zambia who is studying a Masters of Agriculture Scienceheading fold
Australia Awards Scholars celebrate! 
Across Australia the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade is hosting celebration events to welcome new Australia Awards Scholars and to farewell graduating Scholars about to depart for home.
Australia Awards recipients celebrate at the farewell/welcome event in Brisbaneheading fold
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Last updated: August 14, 2014