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Established by Mrs Philippa Woodward and awarded to a student or students studying agriculture, with a focus on environmental preservation in particular rural and agricultural environments. The Award takes into consideration those who can demonstrate financial need, with preference to students from a rural or regional background. The late Dr JJ Woodward (MBBS 1935) was […]
The John and Jenny Barnett Memorial Prize was established by family and friends of John and Jenny Barnett. Associate Professor Barnett was a lecturer and researcher in animal welfare who, with his wife Jenny, was killed in the Black Saturday bushfires in 2009. This prize could assist a student undertaking an Honours or Masters Project in […]
The General Studies Scholarships support students from disadvantaged backgrounds to make the transition to university. These scholarships are designed to contribute to the costs associated with beginning university, such as Student Services and Amenities Fees, books, discipline-specific equipment, and technological devices.
The General Studies Transition Residential Scholarship supports students from disadvantaged regional backgrounds to make the transition to university. The scholarship is designed to support the student transitioning to a bachelor’s degree at the Parkville Campus by offering a residential scholarship for one year to Trinity College.
The General Studies Transition Scholarship supports students from disadvantaged regional backgrounds to make the transition to university. The scholarship is designed to support the student transitioning to a bachelor’s degree at the Parkville Campus after completing the Diploma in General Studies at Dookie.
The Dookie Residential Scholarship will assist students with their residential costs whilst undertaking studies at the Dookie Campus as part of the Dookie semester experience.
The Arthur Sims Scholarship was established in 1949 by Sir Arthur Sims (1877-1969), a New Zealand born industrialist who established land and business interests throughout the British Commonwealth and scholarships in Australia and Canada. This prize is awarded to the Bachelor of Agriculture student with the highest average mark in animal science subjects in their […]
Established in 2019, the Agricultural Sciences Honours Scholarship will 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 Rural Veterinary Students Scholarship was made possible by the generous support of Dr Bill and Ms Jenny Riches, as well as several other members of the Veterinary Science alumni. If you are from a rural or regional area, commencing a Doctor of Veterinary Medicine (or accelerated pathway via the third year of the Bachelor […]
The Charles Sturt University Foundation offers scholarships varying in value from between $1,000 to $10,000. Scholarships are made available through the generous donations provided by individuals, companies and organisations that hold a strong belief in supporting CSU and its students.
Established in 2019 by a gift from the James Murphy Bursaries Trust, this Scholarship supports undergraduate students undertaking studies in agriculture, including sustainable agriculture and food security. The Scholarship is awarded on the basis of financial need and academic merit. The James Murphy Bursaries Trust was established by William James Murphy in 1922
Established in 2017 by the Faculty of Science, this Scholarship recognises the exceptional talent of applicants who are the top achiever in a science subject in the NSW Higher School Certificate (HSC). The Scholarship encourages recipients to continue to pursue their passion for science in an undergraduate degree within the Faculty of Science at the […]
Established in 1989 in memory of Dr Brian G Davey, a senior lecturer in soil science in the former Faculty of Agriculture and Environment, this scholarship is awarded to the most proficient student undertaking an honours program in soil science or specialising in soil science.
Established in 2016, the Philip Thomas Collins Scholarship will provide financial support for students undertaking honours studies with the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.
Established in 1905 by a gift from Mrs Jane Coutts in memory of her son, Mr John Coutts (a graduate of the University of Sydney), this scholarship provides financial support to students of outstanding academic merit undertaking honours study in the Faculty of Science.
Established in 2015, this Scholarship has been generously donated by the Rip Curl Group in memory and legacy of renowned businessman James Strong. The scholarship provides financial support and enable students to focus on their studies in an undergraduate degree at the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.
This scholarship was established in 2003 from a bequest by Ray Leslie Wright Blencowe.
This scholarship supports high-achieving, commencing undergraduate students with the enthusiasm and potential to contribute to the future of the Australian agricultural and environmental sectors.
This scholarship was established in 2018 by a bequest from Betty Alicia Turner in memory of her husband Roy Frederick Turner.
Established in 1986 by a gift from Ms Mable Noble to memorialise her husband, Mr Norman Scott Noble, this scholarship supports undergraduate students of academic excellence undertaking an honours program in agriculture.
This scholarship was established in 2015 by a gift in honour of Professor Norman Matheson, a graduate of the University and former academic in agricultural chemistry at the University from 1964 until his retirement.
This scholarship was established in 2015 by a gift in honour of Professor Norman Matheson, a graduate of the University and former academic in agricultural chemistry at the University of Sydney from 1964 until his retirement. It supports undergraduate honours students in agriculture and is awarded on the basis of equity.
The William McIlrath Rural Scholarship is established to encourage and assist rural students from NSW to undertake a full-time undergraduate program in the Faculty of Science or the Faculty of Engineering.
This scholarship was established in 1997 to provide financial support to commencing undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.
Established in 2017, this scholarship is provided by the Western Union Foundation. Western Union’s signature program ‘Education for Better’ aims to provide education and jobs skills training that provide economic upward mobility for individuals, families and communities around the world.
Established in 2010, this Scholarship provides financial support for commencing undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.
The Hilda and Sandy Anderson Scholarship has been established by Penelope and Caesar Zucchi and Fiona Anderson and Nimish Pandey in memory of their parents and parents in law, Sylvia and Alexander Anderson. The Scholarship supports undergraduate students commencing a program of study in the Faculty of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences, Faculty of Health […]
Dr Ted Maslen, BSc, DPhil, FAA and former Head of the Department of Physics at The University of Western Australia (‘the University’) donated funds to the University to provide a scholarship to encourage and assist a student from a regional and remote area of Western Australia to commence a Bachelor of Science at the University.
Funding for two scholarships is made available by the Institute for Marine and Antarctic Studies (IMAS). IMAS is a centre of excellence for both research and education. IMAS’ research is innovative, relevant and globally distinctive. IMAS delivers first-class programs resulting in highly trained scientists and researchers serving the needs of academic institutions, industry, government and […]
This scholarship is provided by the generosity of a Tasmanian-born businessman to support research in a number of areas relevant to Biological Sciences and Agriculture.
This scholarship has been endowed by Mrs Cheryl Turner, the wife of the late John Turner who was a pharmacist with a great passion for the land.
Domino’s is the largest pizza chain in Australia in terms of both network store numbers and network sales. It is also the largest franchisee for the Domino’s Pizza brand in the world. Domino’s Give for Good program is supporting a suite of scholarships in the disciplines of agriculture and business. Domino’s Give for Good would […]
This bursary was established to honour the memory of Beryl Bennett and aims to provide financial assistance to students commencing study in Agriculture at the University of Tasmania.
The purpose of the Scholarship is to financially assist undergraduate veterinary science students to undertake practical educational placements where their skills in livestock health and production, veterinary pathology or veterinary public health and biosecurity will be used and extended.
The Australian Rural Leadership Program (ARLP) has been developing stronger leadership within the communities and industries of rural, regional and remote Australia for over 26 years. The ARLP is a 15-month program which takes place over five sessions, across Australia and Asia. We take over 30 diverse leaders from across rural, regional and remote Australia, on […]
Agriculture is truly a global industry. In Australia, did you know that there are over 1.6 million people involved in the Australian industry alone? And how about its impact. Norman Borlaug said “you can’t build peace on an empty stomach”, emphasising importance of an industry that feeds us three times a day. So did you know that […]
The CSIRO’s Undergraduate Vacation scholarships scheme is run over the summer holidays and offers promising, advanced undergraduate students the opportunity of collaborating with leading CSIRO scientists using world class facilities. Students will have the chance to work on a real project in science, engineering or a related field such as science communication. Placements are full […]
This scholarship is supported by Greenham Agricultural. Greenham is a 100% Australian family owned company that aims to provide the most convenient and fair option for farmers to sell their livestock. Greenham Tongala, Tasmania and Gippsland operations buy livestock from over 9,000 mainland and Tasmanian suppliers through live weight buying centres or ‘over the hooks’ […]
The Ewing Veterinary Science scholarship was established in 2016 and is maintained by the income from a bequest from the late Mr Alexander Gordon Ewing. Mr Ewing was a student at Gatton campus when it was the Queensland Agricultural High School and College. The College took pupils in Years 8-10. Mr Ewing was a member […]
The Ewing Agricultural Science Scholarship was established in 2016 and is maintained by the income from a bequest from the late Mr Alexander Gordon Ewing. Mr Ewing was a student at Gatton campus when it was the Queensland Agricultural High School and College. The College took pupils in Years 8-10. Mr Ewing was a member […]
The Ewing Horticultural Scholarship was established in 2016 and is maintained by the income from a bequest from the late Mr Alexander Gordon Ewing. Mr Ewing was a student at Gatton campus when it was the Queensland Agricultural High School and College. The College took pupils in Years 8-10. Mr Ewing was a member of […]
Established in 2018, this Scholarship provides support to students enrolled in the Faculty of Science who demonstrate financial hardship.
This scholarship encourages recent school leavers to pursue undergraduate study in science and go on to solve grand challenges to humanity and the world through science, mathematics and technology. It is funded from a bequest from Jeannette Hill in 2014 in memory of her husband, John Warren Hill, who was the holder of two University […]
This scholarship was established in 2012 by a gift from Mr John Hooke in memory of his father Sir Lionel Hooke.
Zanda McDonald was a prominent identity in the Australian beef and livestock industry and a foundation member of the Platinum Primary Producer (PPP) Group. He died in April 2013 at the age of 41, following a tragic accident on his Queensland cattle property. In his honour the PPP group launched the Zanda McDonald Award. This […]
Established in 1958 by a bequest in memory of Annie Farrand and her mother, Mrs Annie Elizabeth Farrand, this Scholarship provides financial support for commencing undergraduate students in the Faculty of Science at the University of Sydney.
Established in 2010 by the Tim Fairfax Family Foundation (TFFF). The aim of the Bursary is for Education students to gain valuable experience in a rural setting or remote location, as Workplace Learning and teaching experience.
The Future Farmers Network and CQUniversity are offering members the chance to take home a major bursary to support their Ag journey and assist in their pursuit of a career in agriculture. FFN aims to build the industry engagement and networks of young people in agriculture. FFN offers our Members Travel and Training Bursaries to […]
What would you do if BBM paid you to go overseas to follow your passion, start your career and develop your vision for the future of your industry? Think about it! Applications for the 2019 BBM Global Industry Scholarships are now open. Scholarships of $8000 are available for self-directed industry experience abroad in the Agriculture fields […]
The Horticultural Graduation Program is a program run by Hort Innovation and is designed to increase graduate interest in careers across the Australian horticulture sector and build a new pool of industry leaders and create networks of young professionals. The Horticultural Graduation Program is a two-phase program; Phase one sees participants complete a 10-12 week […]
The La Trobe Agricultural Science Undergraduate Scholarship is awarded to a high achieving student commencing the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences.
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.
These scholarships are intended to support a current undergraduate student who is in their second, third or honours year of the Bachelor of Agricultural Sciences who demonstrates academic excellence.
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 Associate Degree in Agribusiness is a stepping stone for future leaders and managers. This generous scholarship has been set up by Blundstone Australia Pty Ltd and the Department Of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) to support students with course costs including the costs associated with attending a series of intensive workshops that […]
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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 […]
A pool of scholarships are currently available for women to participate in a range of leadership development courses. The grants are allocated with the specific intent of providing powerful and effective development opportunities for women across Australian workplaces. All scholarships are partial scholarships which cover a percentage of the total program fee and will be awarded based on a […]
Leadership Great South Coast (LGSC) provides an annual community leadership program for aspiring and emerging leaders drawn from all sectors of the Great South Coast region. The LGSC Program builds relationships and networks between the business, community and government sectors. LGSC participants are drawn from all three sectors, allowing participants to benefit from a variety […]
The 2020 Science and Innovation Awards for Young People in Agriculture, Fisheries and Forestry is a competitive grants program that supports young people to undertake a project on an innovative or emerging scientific issue, including biophysical and social sciences, which will contribute to the ongoing success and sustainability of Australia’s agriculture, fisheries and forestry industries. […]
The AgriFutures™ Rural Women’s Award is Australia’s leading award acknowledging and supporting the essential role women play in rural industries, businesses and communities. The Award provides a platform to inspire and support Australian women to use and develop their skills to benefit their industries and communities. Over the past two decades, the Award has gained a […]
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 […]
Ms Edith Easthope bequeathed funds to The University of Western Australia to establish a scholarship to encourage and assist a high-achieving student enrolled in the Bachelor of Science, completing a major in Natural Resources Management or Agricultural Science, to undertake an honours course related to their major.
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 […]
The RSPCA is Australia’s most recognised and best-loved animal welfare organisation. At RSPCA Pet Insurance we are dedicated to helping pets and their owners lower the costs of pet ownership by providing affordable pet insurance. We understand that qualified Veterinarians and Veterinary Nurses are essential in assisting with the protection and maintenance of your pet’s […]
The Scholarship program was launched in 2014 to honour the memory of long-term SunRice employee Jan Cathcart and recognise her high principles, commitment and 43-year contribution to the rice industry, SunRice, and our shareholders and growers. It is designed to support women who demonstrate a passion for and commitment to the rice industry and who […]
Gardiner Dairy Foundation is proud to offer tertiary scholarships to up to seven individuals residing in Victorian dairy communities, commencing studies in 2020 to pursue a career that will either directly benefit the dairy industry and/or benefit dairy communities. Each scholarship is worth $10,000 per year and is available for the first three years of a […]
This scholarship is provided by the Tasmanian Beef Industry Trust to assist students who have an interest in the development of the beef and cattle industry.
This scholarship was established by the School of Agricultural Science and generously funded by Horticulture Australia and Professor Robert Menary to recognise the contribution made by Professor Menary, who had a distinguished career in teaching and research in agricultural science.
The University of Tasmania welcomes interstate students to live and study here in Tasmania. Experience the best of both worlds with newly renovated lecture theatres and collaborative study areas, along with on campus accommodation and weekend adventures on your doorstep. These bursaries are offered by the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) to encourage students from […]
This endowed scholarship is offered in honour of the late Professor George Wade, a respected plant pathologist who established the School of Agricultural Science at the University of Tasmania in 1962. His 19-year leadership largely shaped the school as it is today. A gift from Professor Wade provided a nucleus for the award along with […]
Neale Edwards’ family, long involved in Tasmania’s rural sector, has endowed this scholarship to encourage interest and involvement in Tasmania’s rural sector.
This perpetual bursary was established by the Lewis family on behalf of Lewis and Sons, which was a successful rural supplies business in Wynyard.
This bursary is provided from the estate of the late Hedley Lux Gregg, who was a farmer from Campania in southern Tasmania.
Driscoll’s Australia is a joint venture company owned by Driscoll’s (USA) – the world’s market leader in berries and Costa – Australia’s leading integrated growing and marketer of premium quality fresh produce. Partnering with a broad grower base across a national footprint, Driscoll’s Australia supplies year round berries to consumers using exclusively patented varieties developed […]
David McEwan made a life-long contribution to Tasmanian agriculture and the Australian wool industry. David’s father died prematurely in 1938, leading David to leave Scotch College in Launceston to return to the family farm at only 16 years of age. He went on to become a successful farmer, working closely with the Department of Agriculture […]
The University of Tasmania Agriculture and Food Systems Scholarship is offered by the School of Land & Food to encourage talented students to enrol in agricultural science at UTAS. Graduates in the agricultural sciences enjoy a diverse range of career options. On graduation too, the Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture (TIA) offers research opportunities in many […]
Costa is Australia’s largest grower, packer and marketer of premium quality fresh fruit and vegetables. In Tasmania, Costa operations are located in the North-West of the state and involve the growing of blueberries, raspberries, strawberries, blackberries and mushrooms. Costa wishes to support scholarships at the University of Tasmania to encourage excellence in the area of […]
The Rural Marketing Agents (rma network) was established in 1994. This scholarship is available to students enrolled in Year 2 of the Agribusiness Program or Year 3 of the Agriculture Program.
The JB Fairfax Award for Rural and Regional Journalism is a prestigious national award that encourages and supports a young university student who is passionate about pursuing a career as a rural or regional journalist upon graduation. The Award was established through a private donation from Mr John B Fairfax AO. This Award is an […]
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 Harry Perkins Memorial Scholarship has been developed by Curtin University to support students who are required to relocate from a regional or remote area to commence an undergraduate degree at Curtin University, who are from a low socio-economic background and are experiencing financial hardship. The Harry Perkins Memorial Scholarship will provide the following support for the […]
Cecil Claude Taylor bequeathed funds to the Faculty of Veterinary and Agricultural Sciences to establish a trust to award bursaries to students in financial need. If you are a full-time student planning to study at Dookie in your second or third year of the Bachelor of Agriculture, and are able to demonstrate financial need, this […]
This scholarship was established by Ms Betty Thornton to commemorate her brother (George) Warren Thornton (1929-2012), who farmed at Tallygaroopna and was active in the Goulburn Valley community. The donor has a preference for the awardee to be an undergraduate student, from the Goulburn Valley, with an interest in pursuing a career in the dairy […]
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 postgraduate study in 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 Tallis Family have farmed “Boorinda”, a property neighbouring the Dookie campus. If you are commencing or currently studying agriculture and can demonstrate financial need, this scholarship […]
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 […]
Dr Betty Rosina Elliott (dec. 20 March 2014) was a former student of the University. The Faculty/donor’s will left a number of bequests to the University, including funds for the purpose of supporting, in perpetuity, a scholarship of one or more undergraduate students in financial need, who have academic ability, and are studying Agricultural Science […]
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 and Coolmore Australia.
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 Alan Blakney Memorial Scholarship was established by Mrs Lorna Waller to commemorate her brother Alan Blakney (1919-83), who attended the Dookie campus and graduated in 1940. During WWII, he served in the airforce and won the Distinguished Flying Cross. He took up a soldier settlement farm in northern Tasmania and later near Hobart, eventually settling and […]
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 Gottstein Trust has established a Scholarship fund available for undergraduates or postgraduate students undertaking a bachelor degree, graduate diploma, masters degree or or PhD Program in forest science or wood science.
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 […]
Mr Horace Joseph Stone having made a bequest under the terms of his will to establish a scholarship to encourage study in agriculture in memory of his son Basil who died in a tragic accident aged 19. The scholarship is awarded to the applicant with the highest average mark in Level 1 units to the […]
This bursary is available to a student from the Waratah Wynyard municipality who is commencing an undergraduate degree course in Semester 1, 2019 in an area relevant to employment in local government e.g. engineering, geomatics, environmental science, accounting, etc.
Established in 1995 by donations through the initiative of Professor Fred and Claire Hilmer with the assistance of Susan and James W Ashton in memory of their son James S Ashton (Bachelor of Science in Agriculture 1993), this Scholarship encourages and assists outstanding undergraduate students in Agricultural Science.
Established in 2015, this Scholarship supports undergraduate students with a passion for sustainability in natural and agricultural systems, including the areas of carbon, water and food security. The Scholarship is awarded on the basis of rural or remote equity.
This scholarship is supported by Ingleby Farms and Forests. Ingleby is a worldwide group of pasture, arable and mixed farms. Ingleby is committed to producing food at a consistently high standard. Current production includes grains and oilseeds, milk, beef, lamb as well as fruits and nuts. Ingleby believe in sustainable farming, and they address the […]
This scholarship is available to applicants enrolled or intending to enrol in Year 1 of the Agriculture Program. The scholarship is supported by Geoff & Helen Handbury Foundation and Sudwolle Group
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 […]