Since the University's foundation in 1854, our scientists have been using their knowledge and discoveries to make important contributions to the world. Your gifts enable us to continue this tradition of teaching and research excellence.
Through scholarships for students who have experienced financial or social disadvantage, financial grants that enable students to take their learning globally, prizes rewarding academic merit and achievement, or support for our cutting-edge research and innovation; your belief in the transformative power of education creates educational opportunities that ensure our students and researchers can fulfil their potential and go on to contribute to the most pressing issues of the day.
Click here for a few examples of awards and prizes that students have benefited from.
All gifts, no matter how big or small, have a real impact and support our vision of being a world-leading science faculty.
Every gift to the Faculty counts towards Believe: The Campaign for the University of Melbourne. The Campaign is the most significant philanthropic undertaking in the University's 160-year history. We sincerely thank every one of our alumni and friends who support us.
We are happy to discuss with you, in complete confidentiality, how your gift can have the greatest impact; and to explore strategic, tax efficient ways to provide gifts to Science. To discuss opportunities to support the Faculty of Science, please contact Penny Fairbank, Development Manager, email@example.com or call +61 3 8344 3792.
- Ways to Support
Learn more about how you can make a difference to the lives of our students and researchers and advance scientific research and development.
- The Impact of your Gift
Listed here are just a few examples of scholarships and their latest recipients, illustrating the significant difference that philanthropy can make to a student's education.
- Botany Foundation
The Botany Foundation, established in 1994, supports excellence in education and research in botany addressing issues relating to the use of plants, the environment, food security and nutrition.