Exclusive to Members of the National Tertiary Education Industry Union
Half Price Subscriptions
- In partnership with the NTEU, we
offer annual subscriptions to the GrantSearch database to their members at half price.
- 12 month subscriptions are usually
$300 - NTEU members pay only $125 (including GST)
- A number of tertiary institutions have established institutional licenses, so before taking out or renewing a personal subscription, please check whether yours is among them.
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Why such a big discount, and why only for yearly subscriptions?
- We'd like to encourage you to try
our service. Those with subscriptions have been telling others
how useful they find it, and as a result their institutions
are now subscribing on their behalf, which is good for us, and
good for you too.
- A GrantSearch subscription allows
you to browse your subject area and plan well ahead, and to
receive email GrantAlerts tailored to your interests.
Since an annual subscription is the best way of demonstrating
this, we've made it as affordable for you as possible.
What makes GrantSearch any different to SPIN or COS?
- If you're familiar with them you'll
already know that 90% of their content comes from international,
mainly US funding sources. When said to be 'open to Australian
applicants', in most cases there are actually no citizenship
requirements. This means anyone applying for them is in competition
with the rest of the world, yet according to published figures,
Australia does not rank among the top 50 countries receiving
- The other 10% specifically
open to Australians is limited to those known to most Grants/Development
Offices, and does not include the full range of research funding
opportunities offered by local and state governments, the private
sector, and community organisations. We believe you'll find many funding
opportunities your Grants/Development Office is unaware of,
because we actively seek them out, both outside and within the
- The structure of the GrantSearch
database is the opposite: 90% is Australian content covering
all sectors. The remaining 10% is composed of overseas funding
sources which have been screened to ensure that either they
are specifically meant for Australia(ns), or Australians
are listed among past recipients.
- If you're seeking financial support for large,
multi-stage projects requiring international collaboration, overseas based
databases are extremely useful. But if your main concern is to
identify funding for local or national research offering better chances of success, this is more
likely to be found using GrantSearch.
In addition to our usual terms
of service, discount NTEU subscriptions are subject to the conditions
- Members must quote a current membership number
to be eligible for discounted subscriptions.
- Discounts do not apply to monthly
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New Print Edition
to be notified when published
'For those who prefer the certainty of hard copy'
Note: the online database is current, with ~70 entries updated every week
|The GrantSearch Register of Australian Funding
is a printed version of the database.
While the database is dynamic and constantly updated,
the contents of the book are static and gradually become
out of date. Even so, some prefer it to online subscriptions, and continue
to find it useful long after its intended lifetime of 18 - 24 months.
A new edition is now in preparation. This is a labour-intensive
process which involves checking every detail of the entire database before going to press. It is difficult to predict how long this will take, so please be patient - responding to repeated requests for progress reports only increases the burden of work and leads to further delay.
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