The research reports of the Australia Awards Global Tracer Facility are published on this page.
This research by the Facility is designed to examine the four long-term outcomes of the Australia Awards. These are:
Outcome 1:Alumni are using their skills, knowledge and networks to contribute to sustainable development.
Outcome 2:Alumni are contributing to cooperation between Australia and partner countries.
Outcome 3:Effective, mutually advantageous partnerships between institutions and businesses in Australia and partner countries.
Outcome 4:Alumni view Australia, Australians and Australian expertise positively.
The Facility develops and implements Case Studies and Tracer Surveys to explore the outcomes, experiences and reflections of alumni. Each piece of research focuses on alumni from selected cohorts and/or sectors.
Kenya Case Study, Agriculture and Forestry, alumni from the 1980s and 1990s.
This Case Study was conducted between March and April 2017, focusing on alumni who studied in areas of agriculture, environment and forestry, and completed their award at least 20 years prior to the fieldwork.
China Case Study, Environment and Public Health, alumni of 2007-2010.
This Case Study was conducted in April 2018, focusing on alumni who studied in areas relating to the environment and public health and completed their award at least eight years prior to the fieldwork.