EduGrowth and Global Victoria have formally opened grant applications for the Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance – Innovation Sprints. There are few places available for the 26-week pilot projects. Applications close Monday 18 October at 5:30pm. Companies announced late November 2021.
Innovation Sprints are now open for applications until Monday 18 October 2021.
The Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance (EIA) aims to test and promote the efficacy of Victorian EdTech with export potential.
The Innovation Sprints are 26-week pilot projects where EdTech products are deployed with Victorian and international education institutions overseen by a steering committee. The steering committees are composed of an academic from a Victorian university (education faculty), an independent educator, a researcher from a Victorian university and administrative support to document pilot progress.
Each EdTech product will be piloted in a Victorian and international education institution to test the product’s efficacy. Outcomes will be documented by a researcher and shared publicly.
Grant amounts of up to $50,000 to each Sprint.
The program allows for 8-10 Innovation Sprints.
If you’re interested in learning more about the program, click the button below to explore the guidelines, criteria, and selection process.
The Global Victoria EdTech Innovation Alliance program is funded by the Victorian Government as part of the $3.6 million International Research Partnerships program under the International Education Short-Term Sector Recovery Plan.