"The mentoring, leadership and networking opportunities through the scholarship are invaluable."- scholar.

We have gathered information about a wide range of scholarships to help you fund your study or training in areas relevant to our food & fibre sectors. 

Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure that information is current and correct. But please contact the appropriate scholarship provider before making an application, as details change frequently.

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Found 8 of 243 scholarships:

Southern North Island Wood Council Scholarship

Closing Date: 31 Jul 2022

Open to people enrolling in full time relevant industry tertiary study; or an employee within the industry who aspires to further training.

Ann Sinclair Charitable Trust

Closing Date: 31 Oct 2022

Open to students from the Presbyterian Support Central area, wishing to study farming, agriculture or horticulture.

Peter Laing Memorial Trust Grants

Closing Date: 4 Nov 2022

Open to students from the Wairarapa region with intentions to follow a practical agriculture career, with a focus on pastoral farming.

Horticulture NZ Undergraduate Scholarships

Closing Date: 9 Dec 2022

Open to students who have a special interest in the fruit and vegetable industry and are undertaking a degree.

Sydney Campbell Undergraduate Scholarship

Closing Date: 3 Mar 2023

Open to students from the Wairarapa taking courses in Agriculture or Horticulture.

Waitawhiti Memorial Undergraduate Scholarship

Closing Date: 10 Mar 2023

Open to students from the Wairarapa enrolled in a Bachelor's degree programme in agriculture or horticulture full-time at Massy University.

Murray King Montford Trimble Foundation Scholarship

Closing Date: 31 Mar 2023

Open to Wairarapa students currently undertaking a degree in soil conservation, sustainable land management, integrated catchment, or natural ecosystem management at a New Zealand university.

C.H.Croker Memorial Scholarship

Closing Date: 31 May 2023

Open to students who have completed at least one year of study at Lincoln University, have resided in the Wairarapa, and are studying towards a degree or diploma related to agriculture.