International Specialised Skills Institute: International Fellowships 2017

ISS Institute’s Fellowship Program invests in Australians undertaking a form of applied research outside of Australia, often acquiring skills and knowledge not available in Australia.

Schemes offered for Round 1 in 2017 are:

David Barro International Fellowship for Heavy Construction Materials

This Fellowship is intended to support individuals in their own career development as well as provide an opportunity to drive leading practice and innovation within the Australian industry. It is expected that the applicant is currently engaged in the concrete or quarrying industry in Australia.

Funding: The Barro Group and the ISS Institute are offering one international Fellowship in the amount of $12,500.

Eligibility: Australian residents 18 years of age and over / Individuals working within the area of the heavy construction materials industry, specifically in the manufacture of concrete or in quarrying / Australians located anywhere in Australia

George Alexander Foundation International Fellowships for Australians aged 18 – 35 Years

Funding: The George Alexander Foundation and the ISS Institute are offering five (5) international applied research Fellowships in the amount of $10,000 (less GST) each.

Eligibility: Australian residents aged between 18 and 35 years / Australians located anywhere in Australia.

International Fellowship for Agribusiness

Funding: The International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute) is offering two (2) international Fellowships in the area of Agribusiness in the amount of $10,000 each.

Eligibility: Australian residents 18 years of age and over / Individuals working within the agribusiness sector/s.

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