Each year, applications for the FoodStorm scholarship are accepted. To be eligible, students must pursuing education, either bachelor or master degree as well as vocational programme, in the area of Catering & Technological Innovation. This is an essay base scholarship. The participants are required to write an essay on this topic: “The Impact of Online Technology on the Catering Industry”. Expires in 9 days!
Technological innovation is transforming the catering industry, as online orders through cloud-based softwares are becoming increasingly used. At FoodStorm, we’ve seen first hand how cloud-based software can transform catering businesses for the better. We believe that students in this field should have the opportunity to learn about the benefits of technological advancements in the catering industry from early on in their careers. FoodStorm Catering & Technological Innovation Annual Scholarship is designed to assist students who are passionate about the catering industry and technological advancements in this sector, to further their skills and knowledge whilst promoting their work.
AUD $2,000 grant to be to be paid to the respective educational institution to cover tuition fees.
Level and Area of Studies
Bachelor, master and vocational programme in Catering & Technological Innovation including; Catering/Kitchen Operations, Tourism, Hospitality & Events, Hospitality Management, Hospitality & Catering Management, Catering & Special Events Management, Software Development, Software Engineering, Programming and Any other similar catering, event or hospitality related.
Place of Study
Eligibility and Criteria
- To apply for the FoodStorm Catering & Technological Innovation Annual Scholarship, you must write a minimum 1,000 word essay on “The Impact of Online Technology on the Catering Industry”.
- All applicants must be enrolled in an accredited tertiary education institution (university, college, TAFE, etc) on a full-time basis
- The scholarship is open to bachelor, master and vocational students.
There is no nationality restriction.
30 April 2019.