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    ARC Future Fellowship scheme: Project Description Guide

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This Project Description guide for the Future Fellowship scheme will help you interpret the ARC’s Instructions to Applicants and write a convincing, compelling and compliant application. The guide provides step-by-step advice on each key aspect of the Project Description, enabling you to write an application based on national best practice and substantially improving your chance of success.

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Professor Parastoo Sadeghi

ANU College of Engineering and Computer Science

“I received diligent, thoughtful and timely support from the GrantEd Group for my 2019 Future Fellowship (FT19) application. The critical and sharp-eyed review of my application by the GrantEd Group made all the difference between a near miss and success of my FT19 application. In particular, their feedback led to substantially better sections about the significance and national benefit of my proposal. I do recommend GrantEd services to my colleagues in academia who wish to make their ideas stand out.”

Dr Endre Szili

UniSA Future Industries Institute

“You are probably aware of the future fellowship outcomes. I wanted to thank you again for your great help that enabled me to get the fellowship this time. I have already highly recommended the GrantEd Group to my colleagues, and I look forward to using your services again for my future grant applications.”

Professor Andrew Dzurak

Engineering - University of New South Wales

The assistance you provided was both practical, and saved me considerable time, and also strategic. I feel that your assistance definitely helped me in achieving a successful outcome with my fellowship.

Gillian Oliver

Associate Professor, Digital Equity - Monash University

I'm always very impressed with the feedback I get from GrantEd, and this is no exception. The work you do is amazing, I was telling a colleague this morning that you have superpowers!

Amanda Berry

Professor of STEM Education - Monash University

Sometimes you named things that had been lurking in our thinking but had not explicitly named, and other times it was a new insight that was really helpful for sharpening our focus and keeping the writing at the big picture level.