$1000-$5000 per year

To offer financial assistance to students who wish to study agriculture or horticulture. Priority is given to students who may need extra assistance due to health or financial concerns,or who would otherwise not readily have access to tertiary study for farming.

From - Presbytarian Support Central

25 to 50 scholarships of between $1-5000 each - see website

Closes - October

Notes - Priority given to students with health or financial concerns

To encourage the advancement of horticulture in New Zealand.

From - Annie Rumble Trust

One scholarship of up to $5,000; amount and length varies, see website

Closes - October

Notes - Must have lived in Stratford area. Must show an interest in horticulture. Age limit of 35. (See website)

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To support students at Massey University who are under financial hardship.

From - Massey University

Variable number of scholarships of $1000-$3000 per year for one year, but may be extended

Closes - November

Notes - For fulltime study at Massey University (see website); at least one each year for a student of horticulture

For students studying Telford Certificate in Agriculture - dairy strand, Telford Certificate in Farming (Dairy) or Telford Diploma for Rural Veterinary Technician.

From - Telford

One scholarship of $1000 for one year

Closes - Application forms available in the second semester

Notes - For study at Telford, with preference for students with financial hardship

For the advancement of farming and agriculture in New Zealand

From - Trustees of the Elsie and Laura Lehmann Trust

Variable number of scholarships, each up to $5000, depending on the number of applications

Closes - October

Notes - Interest in farming or agriculture; connection to Stratford (see website)

To promote study in horticulture by people with Central Otago connections

From - Glad McArthur Book Committee

One scholarship of up to $2000 for one year

Closes - November

Notes - For people with Central Otago connections

To encourage training and education of young people in farming

From - MCI & Associates Limited Dannevirke

40-60 scholarships of $500-2500 each for one year

Closes - November

Notes - For study or projects relating to agriculture, with at least one scholarship relating to East Coast hill country (see website)

To encourage persons domiciled in Hawke′s Bay to undertake further education or training in Horticulture (pertaining to Pipfruit, Summerfruit & Kiwifruit) .

From - Hawke′s Bay Fruitgrowers′ Association Charitable Trust

One scholarship of up to $2000 for one year

Closes - November

Notes - For residents of Hawke′s Bay

For the advancement of education and especially in relation to forestry, horticulture, agriculture, pastoral farming and any other type of farming generally and to farming-related fields such as teaching and research into all aspects of farming, veterinary services and the like.

From - Till Henderson-Lawyers

10-12 scholarships of $500-$2500 for one year

Contact Till Henderson Lawyers for an application form at legal@thlaw.co.nz

Closes - November

Notes - Preference for former students of specific Taranaki high schools

To support Wairarapa students studying tertiary-level soil, land, forestry and conservation-related courses

From - Greater Wellington Regional Council

One scholarship of $2000 for one year

Closes - December

Notes - For Wairarapa students at a New Zealand university, with a preference for students beyond second year in soil, land, forestry or conservation management

To support students with Ngati Koroki Kahukura or Ngati Haua connections with study in a land-based degree at Lincoln University.

From - Lincoln University

Up to two scholarships of up to $5000 for each of two years

Closes - November

Notes - For students from either Ngati Koroki Kahukura or Ngati Haua descent

To encourage students from North Otago high schools to study aspects of sustainability, environmental management or community participation.

From - North Otago Irrigation Company

One scholarship of $1000 for one year

Closes - October

Notes - Includes requirement to submit an essay

To provide financial assistance to students of veterinary science, agriculture and other areas of study that will directly benefit farming.

From - The Putaruru Veterinary Trust

Up to 10 scholarships of up to $2000 for one year

Closes - March, June, September, December

Notes - For residents of South Waikato (see website)

To educate and influence students in years 11 and 12 to consider a career in agriculture.

From - Rabobank New Zealand

Four days at Waikato University for 30 students, interacting with leaders of New Zealand's primary industries

Closes - October

To support students whose parents are Methodists or Presbyterians in tertiary education

From - Robert Gibson Methodist Trust Board

Up to 40 scholarships of $500-$2000 for one year

Closes - November

Notes - Preference is given to orphans and persons taking an agricultural course, and whose parents are Methodists or Presbyterians

To support a student who is enrolled full time in the Telford Certificate in Agriculture course and is intending to further their education at Telford with the Lincoln Diploma in Agriculture.

From - Telford

One scholarship of $1000 for one year

Closes - Application forms available in November

To support Telford′s current graduating students who wish to continue their education, either in the Lincoln Diploma in Agriculture or elsewhere.

From - Telford

5-6 scholarships of $2000-$7000 for one year

Closes - Application forms available in November

Notes - For study at Telford

To assist students from Waimate area with tertiary study in agriculture

From - Waimate Agricultural Trust

Up to 12 scholarships of $1250 for one year

Closes - October

Notes - For people from Waimate area (geographic area specified)

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