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NSJLE Registration and Travel Grant, Macquarie Japanese Studies Centre for Teaching Development (MJS Centre)

Application Period: 1 July - 30 September 2024

 

 

The MJS Centre’s grant scheme is provided by the Nippon Foundation Fund for Japanese Language Education Program (NF-JLEP). All grant recipients will also be awarded a lifetime membership of the NF-JLEP Fellows.  

This special grant round aims to support teachers attending the 6th biennial National Symposium on Japanese Language Education (NSJLE) at the University of Technology Sydney on 15-16 November 2024. The grant can be used to cover the registration fee and travel-related costs such as accommodation and transportation.

Successful applicants can receive up to $700 depending on the proposed budget. Please provide a budget justification and supporting evidence in your application. Presenters should attach a copy of the notification email from the NSJLE organisers to their application, as preference will be given to presenters.

The MJS Centre Committee will make the final decision on grant allocations. No further correspondence will be considered once decisions are made.

 

Eligibility & Conditions

  • Applicants must be Japanese language teachers currently working in a primary or secondary school in Australia.
  • Priority will be given to teachers from NSW, ACT, NT, QLD and WA. 
  • Applicants must provide a clear and justifiable budget and details of their proposed activities during the NSJLE.
  • Preference will be given to presenters; please attach a copy of the acceptance email from the NSJLE organisers to the application.
  • Each participant must submit their own application, even for group presentations.
  • The grant must be fully spent by the conclusion of the NSJLE on 16 November 2024.
  • No report is required.

 

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