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The first chapter of the 2016 NTCA Indonesia Australia Pastoral Program (NIAPP) has concluded, with 20 Indonesian university students fulfilling a ten week rigorous learning journey in the north Australian cattle industry. This year for the first time, an equal number of female and male students were selected, demonstrating the growth and demographic trend of animal husbandry undergraduate study in Indonesia.
Mulawarman University in East Kalimantan was added to the recruitment roll, increasing the program breadth to 16 universities in 11 provinces.
NIAPP’s global reach is extending each year, with the alumni now at 74 members. These strong associations are conducive to the calibre of students vying for a place in this prestigious program, who will one day be the leaders shaping and sustaining the Australia-Indonesia Red Meat Industry.