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Seligman APV Fellowship in Food Engineering – apply by 31 July

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7 May 2015

Are you a recent food engineering graduate or post graduate?  Are you currently based outside the UK and working in industry or academia? Are you keen to develop your skills and acquire relevant state-of-the-art knowledge by visiting the UK for up to six months on project based studies in food engineering?

If so, the Seligman APV Fellowship may be the perfect opportunity for you!

Applications are now invited for an excellent opportunity to study in one of the UK's leading centres of food engineering/technology for up to six months with a grant of up to £11,000 to cover your costs.

Recent Seligman Fellow, Gabriel Finten said of his Fellowship:
'Working in an international and highly recognised Research Centre such as the University of Reading has strengthened my interpersonal skills and my technical skills in Food Engineering.'

Candidates need to explain how they are or plan to be involved in food engineering in their home country.

Completed applications and supporting references must be submitted by 31 July 2015.

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