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At Royal Canin we know the world of cats and dogs is vastly more diverse than people realise.
So we pursue knowledge of every individual cat’s and dogs’ needs with passion and obsession.
Which is why, once we identify a real need through science and observation, nothing will stop us from finding a nutritional solution to it. We partner with pet experts - vets, breeders and other professionals - to tailor precise nutritional formulations to the real needs of individual breeds, at different life stages, in different lifestyles and across a host of medical conditions, from the mildest to the most extreme.
Only in this way and only with this level of precision and obsession can we transform every individual cat and dog into the magnificent animal it has the potential to be.
This Scholarship shall be available to New Zealand Citizens and Permanent Residents studying full time in the Fifth year of Bachelor of Veterinary Science at Massey University. Criteria for assessment will include academic record (B Grade average), curriculum vitae, written references, a personal statement and a 1500 word essay on the following topic:
"Adverse reactions to food in companion animals: pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment options, including the use of Royal Canin therapeutic diets"
The Scholarship shall be awarded annually and shall have a value of $2,500. The Selection Committee may refrain from a making the award if there is not an applicant of sufficient merit. The Scholarship may be held in conjunction with other awards and scholarships.
The Scholarship shall be awarded based on the applications received from BVSc Year 5 students by a selection panel from Massey University & Royal Canin New Zealand.
Applicants are to complete the application form and are to attach:
- A personal statement including your intended plans for work within the Veterinary profession after graduation, as well as why you deserve to be awarded this scholarship and what you intend to spend the scholarship on.
- A 1500 word essay on: "Adverse reactions to food in companion animals: pathophysiology, diagnosis and treatment options, including the use of Royal Canin therapeutic diets"
- Curriculum Vitae
- Two written references
Applications close 30 August.
All applications are acknowledged by email.
PLEASE NOTE: applications are not available until approximately one month prior to the closing date.
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Last updated on Tuesday 29 November 2016