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Scholarship search | Norman Cunningham Fellowship

Norman Cunningham Fellowship

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August 1 2021 to November 1 2021
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  5. Select this scholarship from the Scholarship list to apply.

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Up to $10,000 per annum | Up to three years' duration | One fellowship

Postgraduate | Research

Scholarship search | Norman Cunningham Fellowship

Norman Cunningham Fellowship

The Norman Cunningham Fellowship promotes research in animal welfare and/or veterinary science, particularly related to the breeding, health, or the control of diseases of thoroughbred racehorses in New Zealand.

We're looking for someone who is passionate about thoroughbred horses.

This is a postgraduate fellowship. You should be undertaking research related to animal welfare or veterinary science. A preference will be given to research related to thoroughbred racehorses in New Zealand.

When choosing our recipient we will consider the relevance and quality of your proposed research.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a written reference from an academic member of staff in the School of Veterinary Science. They should comment on your academic abilities and research potential
  • a supporting statement outlining briefly the research programme you propose to undertake during the tenure of the fellowship, the purpose for which the award is required and how it would be utilised if granted

View the regulations for more details