The Wagyu Fellowship – Scholarship program aims to facilitate research and training in areas that are beneficial to the Australian Wagyu industry through genetics, nutrition, production and meat science.
A Wagyu Fellowship is a remarkable opportunity to research a topic that you are passionate about and experienced in.
The Scholarship is complementary to the Wagyu Fellowship, to allow students to undertake research for the advancement of Wagyu to share with industry, while the Fellowship is open to applicants not engaged in tertiary study.
Provided as a ‘top up’ or ‘technical grant’ for students already receiving remuneration and are, or will be, undertaking post graduate studies in these areas, the scholarship will provide further support to fund research activities undertaken by the student.
Any projects that can be shown to be of value to the Wagyu industry will be considered. This may include any sector of the Wagyu supply/value chain and may include interests such as genetics, breeding, production, nutrition, processing, and meat science.
Applications are being accepted now for the 2020 Wagyu Fellowship program. Submissions will close 27 March 2020.
Objectives of the program are to develop younger leaders for the Wagyu industry; increase the education, experience and skills within the Wagyu industry; develop lasting friendships across the international Wagyu industry and advance knowledge and learning in the Wagyu industry.
Applications for the Wagyu Fellowship are now being called with the closing date 27 March 2020. Download Wagyu Fellowship application form (PDF – 3 mb)
Applications for the Wagyu Fellowship Scholarship: download Scholarship Form (PDF – 270kb)
To enter, download and complete the application form. Please ensure that you print, sign and date the form before returning to the AWA office via email or post.