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Application For AFTV Funding

The AFTV committee is able to provide funding assistance to members of the AFTV for activities which aim to enhance the teaching and learning of French in Victoria.

Student Subsidies are available at the discretion of the AFTV committee for activities that will benefit students of French. The applicant will need to show how the activity will lead to improved language learning outcomes. 

Teacher Subsidies are available at the discretion of the AFTV committee to assist teachers in the improvement of their French language skills either through further study here or abroad. The applicant will need to show how the activity will lead to improved language teaching outcomes.

Subsidy Application for Student Activities 2022

The AFTV provides the possibility to apply for a subsidy of up to $1,000 for government schools and $500 for independent schools for student activities.

An example of possible activities for which teachers can claim subsidies are the Alliance Française French Film Festival, Melbourne French Theatre Company (MFT), NGV, SLV, or any activities or events that aim to promote the learning of French language and culture in your school/region.

Please note, you may not apply for a subsidy for events which are already subsidised by the AFTV, such as the AFTV's Sortie Cinéma, .

If you would like to apply for an AFTV student subsidy for an activity you are planning in 2022, please click here to complete the AFTV 2022 Student Subsidies application form.

Please submit the completed form electronically and send it to treasurer@aftv.vic.edu.au 

Alliance Française French Immersion Days for students

The AFTV provides scholarships for students from Independent and Catholic schools to attend the French Immersion Days organised by the Alliance Française de Melbourne. (Students from Government Schools are subsidised through DET).

Please click here to complete an application form, and email to AFTV Treasurer Susan Duffy on treasurer@aftv.vic.edu.au


Teacher Subsidy
Requests 2022

Innovation in French Language Teaching

The AFTV invites its members to apply for funding of up to $1,000 (if teaching in a government school) or $500 (if teaching in an independent school) which will assist in the development of initiatives and projects which promote the teaching and/or the learning of French in their school or region in 2022. If you are applying for funding for a collaborative project/initiative please complete one form with the details of all teachers/schools involved.

If you would like to apply for a subsidy through the AFTV, for a teacher activity you are planning in 2022, please click here to complete the AFTV 2022 Teacher Subsidy request form.

Please submit the completed form electronically to treasurer@aftv.vic.edu.au 

Teacher Network Meeting support

The AFTV is making reimbursements available to AFTV members, for French teacher network meetings. Reimbursements will be to a maximum of $100. Applications should be emailed to treasurer@aftv.vic.edu.au