Agriculture is becoming increasingly international. The Institute’s fellowship program is helping TCU students to learn how to help and think about the challenges associated with the problems of a growing global population and limited natural resources to feed it in a sustainable and profitable manner.
The fellowship program offers current Ranch Management students or recent alumni opportunities to work and learn about international agriculture. Fellows collect and compile agricultural production data as part of an internal database of agricultural production costs from around the world. Fellows can also expect to build relationships in these countries and develop key business and professional connections.
Typical fellowships last two to three weeks in a country and two to three weeks after return for data analysis.
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Explore our projects and partnerships TIP! Click on the program title to learn more
|Program||Region||Partnering Organizations||Area of Focus|
|EXPLORING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN PANAMA||Panama||Panamanian Cattlemens Association (ANAGAN), EPIGAL and the United Nation's Food and Agriculture Organization||
Agricultural Production, Fellowships
|FELLOW TRAVELS TO SCOTLAND||Scotland||Scottish National Farmers Union, Quality Meat Scotland- Marketing Organization, Peelham Farms, Scottish Enterprise and the James Hutton Institute at the Scottish Rural College||
|NOVO SANTO PROJECT – SHARING SUSTAINABLE MANAGEMENT TECHNIQUES WITH BRAZILIAN CATTLEMEN||Brazil||Alianca da Terra and Novo Santo Antonio Cattlemen Association (Apepasa)||
|DISCOVERING EDUCATIONAL OPPORTUNITIES IN GHANA||Ghana||Ghanaian Ministry of Agriculture, Ghanaian Department of Livestock Production, Aveyine Cattle Ranch and the University of Ghana||
Agricultural Production, Education, Fellowships
|FELLOW TRAVELS TO FRANCE||France||French Ministry of Agriculture and Young Farmers Program||