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The Samuel and Eileen Gluyas Fellowship was established in 1980 by a bequest to the University under the will of Samuel Laurie Gluyas of the sum of $150,000, which constitutes the Gluyas Bequest Fund. The recipient of the award shall be known as the “Samuel and Eileen Gluyas Fellow”.
Established by a gift of $6,000 from Miss Miriam E. Wippell in memory of the late Fred Z. Eager, the income of the fund being used to provide a prize to encourage research in Veterinary Science within the University of Queensland.
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.
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 by the Faculty of Science in 2018, 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. This Scholarship is funded from a bequest from Jeannette Hill in 2014 in memory of her husband, John […]
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 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 […]
Cattle Council aims to inspire, empower and support young people, who are passionate about the Australian beef industry and to provide them with an opportunity to be directly involved. It is vital that the cattle producers and stakeholders of tomorrow are involved in the planning that occurs today. That’s why Cattle Council is offering young […]
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 […]
This bursary was established in 2012 by Dr Martin Cohen and Tim Parker, remaining directors of Wild About the Tropics, in memory of their third director, Julia Cooper who passed away in 2011 aged 33. Julia worked as a passionate advocate of wildlife education in both the UK and North Queensland having worked for the BBC […]
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 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 […]
Curtin University and CSIRO Data61 and Agriculture and Food business units are offering PhD stipends and top-up scholarships for students with a digital or data-driven background who would like to apply their skills to the agricultural domain. Applicants may apply to one of the advertised projects or put forward a project of their own.
The QOF Global Connections Bursary aims to assist early and mid career VET trainers and assessors (VET graduates) presently employed in Queensland to undertake short-term training, professional development and knowledge exchange opportunities abroad. Funding of up to $2,000 is available to support attendance at courses, workshops, conferences, work shadowing and other development activities that will […]
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 was established in 2006 with monies bequeathed from the estate of Verna Joyce Vaughan. The purpose of the scholarship is to assist Marine Biology research students, in particular Aborigines from Thursday Island or the Torres Strait Islands of Queensland.
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 […]
Connellan Airways Trust Individual Grants were first distributed in 1983 to assist people of all ages in Outback Australia through financial support for educational, health, communication and transport needs.
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 […]
This Postgraduate Scholarship has been generously endowed by the Nivison family, which has long established pastoral ties with New England.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
Nick Petersen, from Uranquinty NSW, was in the process of completing his Marcus Oldham Industry Placement Year in 2007 at Lawsons Angus, during the worst drought in history, when he was tragically taken from his family, friends and colleagues. He worked tirelessly and diligently during his time at Lawsons Angus. Nick was aspiring to be […]
Each year Agribusiness Australia awards a scholarship encouraging young Australians to undertake tertiary education in agriculture. This respected $3,000 multi-year scholarship is part of Agribusiness Australia’s key priority of encouraging agribusiness students into the industry to ensure that agribusiness continues to be a major contributor to the Australian economy.
THE YOUNG LOT FEEDER OF THE YEAR AWARD EMBODIES PASSION, LEADERSHIP, DEVELOPMENT AND INITIATIVE. The Award is designed to encourage emerging industry leaders to contribute their ideas and vision for lot feeding at a national level. ALFA seeks and fosters qualities that empower participants to think outside the square, to be bold in their ideas […]
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.
Marcus Oldham College has established a Dr Alastair Mackenzie Scholarship Fund. Alastair Mackenzie Alastair Mackenzie was born in 1922 at Trawalla House near Beaufort, Victoria. After leaving school during World War 2, he joined the Australian Navy and was trained in a radar ‘crash course’ at Sydney University before being posted to H.M.A.S. Australia, the […]