Italian Australian Foundation Fellowship
Fellowship Application Form
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The Italian Australian Foundation and the International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute) are offering three (3) international Fellowships in the amount of $10,000 each.
The 2022 Italian Australian Foundation Fellowship provides an opportunity for Australian residents of Italian descent to acquire higher-level skills and drive leading practice and innovation in Australia. It is intended that the Fellowship will demonstrate potential benefits for, and application in, Australia.
Typical Fellowships involve short intensive courses at/or visits to, Centres of Excellence in areas/sectors in which the applicant has existing qualifications and skills. Proposed Fellowships can focus on any area worthy of international investigation and exploration, and can be conducted in any part of the world.
The Italian Australian Foundation
The Italian Australian Foundation (previously the Italian Services Institute Inc.) is an association dedicated to providing welfare and education services for disadvantaged persons of Italian descent who are a resident of Australia who would not otherwise have access to those services.
International Specialised Skills Institute (ISS Institute)
The ISS Institute was founded 30 years ago, by a small group of innovative leaders who had a vision of building a community of industry specialists who would lead the up skilling of the Australian workforce. Investing in the development of talented, passionate and innovative Australians to travel abroad to develop new skills and knowledge and return to Australia to disseminate their learnings has, and continues to create a ‘better skilled Australia.’ The Institute has funded and supported over 500 Fellows, and all have become agents of change and drivers of innovation within their professional communities. Our Fellows represent a broad cross-section of industries and our Fellowship program creates impact in many ways including economic benefits, skills preservation, the personal and professional advancement of our Fellows, new thinking, practice and increased innovation in the workforce.