UQ Food and Beverage Accelerator (FaBA) Research Scholarships in Australia

The University of Queensland (UQ) invites applications for the Food and Beverage Accelerator (FaBA) Research Scholarships for the academic session 2024/2025. This scholarship program aims to support postgraduate research students dedicated to advancing the food and beverage industry through innovative research endeavors.

Brief Description:

  • Provider: University of Queensland (UQ)
  • Course Level: Postgraduate research (Higher Degree by Research – HDR)
  • Award: $33,641 per annum (2024 rate), indexed annually, with a top-up of $10,000 available
  • Access Mode: Online
  • Number of Awards: May vary
  • Nationality: Domestic and International
  • Location: Australia

Eligibility Criteria:

  • Nationality: Open to all nationalities
  • Requirements:
    • Meet the entry requirements for a higher degree by research at UQ
    • Fulfill any specific requirements outlined for the chosen FaBA program

Acceptable Courses or Subjects: The scholarship will be awarded in any subject offered by the University of Queensland. Applicants are encouraged to explore the following FaBA programs:

  • Innovative Ingredients
  • Premium Foods and Beverages
  • Innovation Pathways
  • Training Centre

Application Deadline: March 5, 2024

How to Apply: Interested candidates must visit the program pages of the four FaBA programs listed above and follow the application instructions provided for each program.


  • Generous living stipend of $33,641 per annum (2024 rate), indexed annually
  • Tuition fee coverage
  • Access to additional funding for research-related expenses
  • Opportunity to work alongside leading researchers in the food and beverage industry
  • Contribution to cutting-edge research initiatives

Don’t miss this chance to be a part of an innovative program shaping the future of the food and beverage manufacturing sector. Apply today to embark on a journey of academic excellence and industry innovation at the University of Queensland. Applications are open until March 5, 2024.

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