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The purpose of the scholarship is to support a high achieving student undertaking the first year of study in an undergraduate agricultural science program.
The object of the scholarship is to assist from time to time as occasion arises a student of the Faculty of Science, who is engaged in studies calculated to lead to an increase in the productivity of the pastoral industries of Australia.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to support high achieving students undertaking an undergraduate agricultural science program.
The Australian Dairy Conference (ADC), in conjunction with Dairy NSW and Dairy Australia, are offering two young or emerging dairy farmers from the Dairy NSW region the chance to attend this leading national dairy event. Successful applicants will receive complimentary conference registration and $500 each towards travel and/or accommodation expenses. The theme of the conference is Bold, […]
The Central Highlands Regional Resources Use Planning Cooperative Limited (CHRRUP) is offering 10 bursaries to agricultural students and educators to give the opportunity to attend CHRRUP’s 2019 Future Food and Fibre Conference being held on March 8th in Emerald, Queensland.
The Chances for Children and Mallee Family Care scholarships have been established to support students studying Agribusiness at the Mildura Campus. The funds have been generously donated from three significant local agribusiness companies, Wakefield’s Transport, Nangiloc-Colignan Farms and Mildura Fruit Company, in the hope more local people consider entering the agribusiness profession in our community.
This scholarship is to support a current undergraduate student who is enrolled in their honours year of the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences who demonstrates academic excellence and who intends to undertake postgraduate studies (Masters of PhD) in the following year (2020).
The Great Southern Development Commission donates funds annually to encourage and assist meritorious students from outside the Albany region to commence a Bachelor of Science undergraduate degree course at the UWA Albany Centre.
The Ranson Mortlock Trust was established in 1936 following a donation from the Ranson Mortlock family in memory of the late Mr Frederick Ranson Mortlock.
This scholarship has been founded in memory of the late Mr John Robert Barker, and is available to students undertaking research in connection with primary production in South Australia (more particularly in the livestock and wool industries).
The Casella Family Brands Undergraduate Scholarship has been established by the Casella family to support three undergraduate students who are commencing the Bachelor of Viticulture & Oenology program of study at the University of Adelaide in 2019.
The Casella Family Brands Honours Scholarship has been established by the Casella Family to support one Honours student undertaking an Honours project relevant to wine research at the University of Adelaide.
The Agribusiness Leaders Scholarship in Excellence has been established by a collective of individuals and companies who are keen to support young people in Agriculture to support one undergraduate student who is commencing the Bachelor of Agriculture Science program of study at the University of Adelaide.
The SC Memorial Scholarship has been established to benefit an Indigenous student who is undertaking a Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences or any program in the Faculty of Health and Medical Sciences at the University of Adelaide.
Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Education Foundation of South Australia Scholarship in Agriculture has been established with the generous support from Mr John Donaldson, Roseworthy Old Scholar and an Honorary Councillor of the Royal Agricultural & Horticultural Society of SA Inc.
Rowe Scientific Pty Ltd have been supplying the scientific community and laboratories around Australia since 1987. Rowe Scientific wish to give back to the community through supporting students who are studying in areas that will support the industries that have supported Rowe Scientific.
The William Allan Stewart Scholarship was established in 1999 with funds bequeathed to the University by Dr William Allan Stewart (d. 1958), medical practitioner of Monegeetta. If you are currently studying or commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture, Bachelor of Agriculture (Honours), or a Master of Agricultural Sciences and can demonstrate academic achievement, this scholarship could […]
AgriFutures Australia is committed to supporting the next generation of leaders that will drive the future prosperity of Australian rural industries and communities. The AgriFutures™ Horizon Scholarship is awarded to students studying an agriculture-related degree or a Science, Technology, Engineering, Maths/Finance (STEM) degree with relevant majors which align to agriculture. In partnership with industry sponsors, the […]
This scholarship is named in memory of Ian Campbell Cocks (1938-1997) whose contribution to South Australian tourism, the wine industry and commerce was highly regarded. This scholarship is to foster innovation in the Wine Industry through strategic and applied research, and to cultivate a research culture in undergraduates in the wine-related teaching and research disciplines […]
MLA and the Goat Industry Council of Australia (GICA) are funding two scholarships through the Australian Rural Leadership Foundation TRAIL Program. The next course runs from 27 February to 7 March 2019 and emerging goat producer leaders should submit their applications by COB 13 January 2019. Training Rural Australians In Leadership (TRAIL) is a cross-sector, […]
This scholarship was established in 1987 by a bequest from John Ziegler for the purpose of assisting students who undertake studies in agricultural science. The John and Olga Lawless Ziegler Scholarship is normally awarded at the start of the academic year by Melbourne Scholarships.
The Crawford Fund is an Australian non-government organisation that encourages greater recognition in Australia of the importance of international agricultural research, development and training for food and nutrition security. Part of our efforts focus on encouraging the next generation of researchers. To promote active engagement in agricultural research for food and nutrition security, the Crawford […]
The Noble Stewart-Hamilton Scholarship was made possible by the generous support from the Estate of Joyce Agnes Stewart-Hamilton (née Noble), who was unable to realise her ambition of becoming a veterinarian. If you are commencing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (or accelerated pathway via the third year of the Bachelor of Science [Veterinary Bioscience specialisation]), […]
Mrs Eileen Harris bequeathed her property at Warracknabeal to the University in 1992. This scholarship was established to assist study and research in agriculture. If you are commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture (Honours) and can demonstrate academic achievement, this scholarship could assist you financially with study and living expenses.
The Digital Agriculture Honours Scholarship is to support and encourage students who are undertaking an honours program in a field aligned to CSIRO’s research direction in information sciences and agriculture.
Horticulture Innovation Australia (Hort Innovation) has identified a need to build capacity in people in the horticultural industry to ensure the development of leaders for the industry in the future. The two key objectives of this program are to: Increase graduate interest in careers across the Australian horticulture sector. Build a new pool of industry […]
This scholarship has been established to provide financial assistance to members of farming families or communities who ability to attend or complete university is being impacted by current drought conditions.
The Hon Hugh S Roberton was born in Glasgow, Scotland, son of Sir Hugh Roberton, a Scottish composer and founder of the Glasgow Orpheus Choir. He was educated at the West of Scotland Agricultural College and Glasgow University and emigrated to Australia in the 1920s. He became a farmer and grazier at Old Junee and […]
Since 1951 the HV McKay memorial fund has been offering a scholarship to Agricultural students at the CSU Wagga campus. The CSU Foundation Trust is proud of the long time association with the McKay family.
This scholarship is provided by the friends of Charles Sturt University, the many service organisations, individuals and corporations throughout our region who give generously via the Charles Sturt University Foundation Trust in support of the University and its students. Their gifts allow Charles Sturt University to offer more than 200 Foundation scholarships each year to […]
This scholarship is available to continuing Agricultural Science students at the Wagga Wagga Campus. Applicants must reside in the Southern parts of NSW and show a commitment to the agricultural profession. Selection is based on academic record and involvement in community and / or University activities.
The Winchester Foundation is a Scholarship Program to assist needy regional children and young adults with their further education and to help them with additional costs, which of course are incurred by all country students. The Scholarships are awarded as an ongoing program, reviewed Annually. When awarded The Winchester Foundation Scholarship is paid at the […]
All women in Australia are invited to apply for a limited pool of scholarship funding that has been provisioned for participation in a range of leadership courses. The grants are allocated with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for women right across the country. All scholarships are partial scholarships which […]
All women currently employed by levy-paying businesses within the Australian horticulture sector are invited to apply for a limited pool of scholarship funding that has been provisioned for participation in a range of leadership courses. The grants are allocated with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for women who own or […]
The Moyne Shire Council is committed to supporting Deakin University Warrnambool campus students. If you are in your first year of a Bachelor of Commerce at the Deakin Warrnambool campus and intend to major in Food and Agribusiness, consider applying for the Moyne Shire Council Food and Agribusiness Scholarship.
The Agribusiness Connect Honours/Masters Regional Research Project Scholarship is one of many opportunities available to university students under the Science and Agribusiness Connect (SAC) initiative. The SAC initiative has been made possible by the State Governments Royalties for Regions program and aims to build the capability of the agriculture science sector in Western Australia (WA), […]
Sir Eric Smart bequeathed funds to The University of Western Australia to provide scholarships to assist and encourage a high-achieving student to undertake honours at the University with a thesis relating to agricultural productivity in grain crops in the Perth to Geraldton coastal region. Sir Eric Smart was a pioneer cereal producer in light land […]
Researchers and supervisors from Western Australian (WA) universities are invited to apply for WA sheep industry scholarships. The WA sheep industry scholarship program is designed to support and encourage individuals who wish to pursue further study by addressing key industry questions relevant to the sheep industry supply chain in Western Australia. This initiative is part […]
The Arjen Ryder Memorial Scholarship has been established in honour of Mr. Arjen Ryder and his wife Yvonne to encourage and assist a high achieving undergraduate student to pursue a Bachelor of Science (Honours), or Bachelor of Philosophy (Honours), with a thesis relating to sustainable agricultural practices at the UWA Albany Centre.
This scholarship has been established by the SA Pork Industry to perpetuate the memory of Ronald John Lienert OAM. Ronald J Lienert is remembered in the Pig Industry through his contributions to the management of state and national Industry agro-political issues; his membership of Industry boards, committees and working parties; the establishment and operation of […]
Hailing from the Mallee district town of Berriwillock in Victoria, Darren has worked his way through the ranks of the Thoroughbred racing world. After enjoying time as a breaker, farrier, track work rider and strapper, Darren’s career in racing grew along with his determination to keep improving and training more winners. He obtained his trainer’s […]
The Rotary Club of Yenda Dick and Lavelle Wallace Memorial Scholarship was established following a bequest to the Yenda Rotary Club from the estate of Dick and Lavelle Wallace. The Wallace’s were highly respected farmers in the Yenda area of the Riverina, New South Wales and were well known for their production of irrigation cereals […]
Costa is Australia’s largest grower, packer & marketer of fresh fruit and vegetables. Costa Avocado offers this scholarship to provide financial support to eligible students studying the Bachelor of Agriculture. Applicant is required to submit with their application a word document which outlines their personal qualities and how they align to Costa values such as […]
The Country Education Foundation of Australia (CEF) supports youth in rural areas through financial grants for education and employment expenses. These grants contribute towards apprenticeships, traineeships, cadetships, diplomas, certificate level studies, university qualifications or employment. Grants are supplied by local branches of the CEF, and each branch has different grants on offer. CEF grants are non-cash. […]
The J E Jenkins Scholarship was established by the late John Evan Jenkins to support students undertaking an undergraduate program, in Agriculture or Social Sciences at the University of Adelaide. The Scholarships will assist with accommodation expenses for students who reside at one of the residential colleges affiliated with the University of Adelaide (Aquinas College, […]
The Curtin Agribusiness Student International Scholarships are two $5,000 grants for students to participate in the newly created Curtin Agribusiness Student International Mobility Program. The aim of the Program is to contribute towards building the capability of the Western Australian agriculture sector by enabling tertiary students to undertake work experience, scholarship and exchange opportunities in […]
Neville Amy was a founding member of the University’s Hawkesbury Foundation Ltd and served as a Director of the Foundation from 1982 to 1996, serving as Chair from 1994 to 1996. The Neville Amy Scholarship has been established by the Hawkesbury Foundation in memory of the contributions made by Neville Amy to the agriculture industry and […]
In 2019, Rural Bank will be awarding up to 25 new scholarships to first-time undergraduate university students enrolled in studies that will enable them to contribute to the Australian agricultural industry. The expanded program includes 10 additional scholarships to be awarded to students from communities affected by drought, alongside up to 15 scholarships on offer […]
A Churchill Fellowship can offer you (as an Australian citizen) the remarkable opportunity to travel overseas to investigate a topic or an issue that you are passionate about. It is for anyone who has exhausted alternatives within Australia and would like to see what other countries are doing successfully in a similar space to inspire new ideas, innovation, and […]
Established in 2014, The William Buckland Foundation Residential Scholarship Program seeks to assist students from rural and regional Victoria to access higher education to complete studies in Agriculture and Land Management. The William Buckland Foundation Residential Scholarship Program builds on Mr Buckland’s desire to assist ‘Australia and Australians’ in ‘agricultural pursuits.’ This substantial scholarship aims […]
The William Allan Stewart Scholarship was established in 1999 with funds bequeathed to the University by Dr William Allan Stewart (d. 1958), medical practitioner of Monegeetta. If you are currently studying the Doctor of Veterinary Medicine and can demonstrate academic achievement, this scholarship could assist you financially with study and living expenses.
Mr Vam Deo (Vic) Dhar (1931-2007) was born in India and undertook his BAgrSc (1954) and MAgrSc (1955) at the University of Melbourne. He left funds for the establishment of a scholarship to support international students studying agriculture. If you are a full-time international student commencing or currently studying agriculture, and can demonstrate academic achievement, this […]
The Tallis Family Agricultural Scholarship was donated by Mary and Peter Tallis OAM, long-time supporters of agricultural education and of the Dookie campus. For more than 60 years, the Tallises have farmed “Boorinda”, a property neighbouring the Dookie campus. If you are commencing or currently studying agriculture and can demonstrate financial need, this scholarship could […]
This scholarship is supported by Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria Limited through the RASV Foundation. If you are commencing or currently studying in your third year of a Bachelor of Agriculture, or a Bachelor of Science (Agricultural Science major), can demonstrate academic merit, and a committment to the agricultural industry, this scholarship could assist you […]
The Nancy Millis Agricultural Students Scholarship, established in 2010 by an anonymous gift, honours Emeritus Professor Nancy Millis AC MBE (1922-2012), agricultural science alumna, distinguished microbiologist, pioneering biotechnologist, and renowned educator. If you are commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture or Master of Agricultural Sciences, are from a rural or regional area, and can demonstrate financial […]
The Irene Rogers (Lowe) Scholarship for Agriculture was established in 2013 by Mr Bill Rogers AO to commemorate his mother Irene Rogers (née Lowe, 1895-1983), who was the first female student in the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences and the first female student at Dookie. If you are a female student commencing or currently studying a […]
This scholarship is available to Australian applicants enrolled or intending to enrol in the Diploma of Equine Management. It is supported by the Thoroughbred Breeders Victoria Inc, Coolmore, Star Thoroughbreds, Mustad Saddleworld, Prides Easifeed and Plasvacc.
This scholarship is available to applicants enrolled or planning to enrol in the Diploma of Equine Management Program.
The Royal Agricultural Society of Victoria (RASV) is a member based organisation that promotes and celebrates agriculture through events which link industry with consumers. The RASV ultimately aims to improve the quality and increase demand for Victorian agriculture produce. The RASV has inspired excellence for more than 150 years. The scholarship is worth $5,000 and […]
The William Allan Stewart Bursary was established in 1999 with funds bequeathed to the University by Dr William Allan Stewart (d. 1958), medical practitioner of Monegeetta. If you are currently studying or commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture, Bachelor of Agriculture (Honours), or a Bachelor of Science (Honours) in Agricultural Science or Veterinary Bioscience and can […]
The Robinson Family Scholarship was established in 2009 by Miss Isobel Robinson (1916-2010), to commemorate her family, who for many years farmed in the Nagambie-Seymour district and whose brother Frederick Singleton Robinson graduated from Dookie in 1939. If you have a connection with the Nagambie-Seymour-Yea-Kilmore District or the Mitchell Shire, are commencing or currently studying […]
The prize was established with funds bequeathed by Francis Henry Loxton (d 1959), to support students in agriculture and veterinary science. If you are a male student commencing or currently studying a Bachelor of Agriculture or in the DVM, and can demonstrate academic achievement, this scholarship could assist you financially with study and living expenses.
The Royal Agricultural Society of Western Australia, with the generous support of the Bendat Family Foundation, is offering this scholarship to provide financial assistance to a worthy student commencing undergraduate tertiary studies in an agricultural related discipline.
This scholarship, sponsored by Rice Research Australia Pty Ltd and SunRice, supports the agricultural education of members of the RGA, or their family. The successful applicant receives a grant to the value of $10,000 to assist in studying a full-time, agriculture-based course at any Australian tertiary institution.
Salmon is one of the healthiest, most efficient farmed products with one of the lowest carbon footprints. Many wild-caught fisheries have been depleted over the years, yet demand for salmon continues to increase. That’s why Tassal invests in Aquaculture and globally leading sustainability programs, and that’s why the industry is growing and Tassal is now […]
Fenner School of Environment and Society Scholarship for an Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander Student
This scholarship is offered by the Fenner School of Environment & Society.
Agriculture is a vibrant, global, and highly competitive industry that will need to attract and retain the best and brightest. NSW Farmers Association aims for excellence in the future workforce by awarding annual scholarships. The Tertiary Scholarships demonstrate our commitment to our members and the industry by recognising the value of education to the future […]
Mrs Eileen Harris bequeathed her property at Warracknabeal to the University in 1992. Scholarships were established to assist graduate and undergraduate students for study and research in agriculture. If you are commencing a Bachelor of Agriculture or a Master of Agricultural Sciences, and can demonstrate academic achievement, this scholarship could assist you financially with study and […]