The Roux Scholarship

Global Knives - Proud Supporters of the Roux Scholarship

The Roux Scholarship, a culinary contest in the United Kingdom, caters to aspiring chefs. Created by siblings Michel and Albert Roux, the competition is presently overseen by their sons Alain Roux and Michel Roux Jr. Its inaugural edition took place in 1984, awarding Andrew Fairlie as the First winner. Since then, the competition has been held annually, granting winners an opportunity to secure a three-month apprenticeship in esteemed Michelin-starred establishments such as the French Laundry and Maison Pic.

For more than three decades, Global Knives have been dedicated and enthusiastic sponsors of the prestigious Roux Scholarship. Their unwavering commitment is a testament to their belief in fostering the growth and development of the next generation of talented chefs. Here at Global Knives we actively contribute to the advancement of aspiring chefs across the nation.

We understand the significance of equipping these talented individuals with the finest tools and resources, enabling them to excel in their culinary journeys. By providing high-quality knives renowned for their precision, durability, and craftsmanship, Global Knives ensures that the participants of the Roux Scholarship have the necessary instruments to bring their culinary visions to life.

Global Knives continues to be a driving force behind the achievements of talented chefs across the country and is shown in our unwavering commitment to promoting culinary innovation, craftsmanship, and the pursuit of culinary excellence.