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Available Scholarships for 2018

See below a list of available scholarships that were available for 2018. Please note, applications open for 2019 scholarships on 1 April 2018.

Note: The provision of all scholarships listed below is subject to confirmation of sponsorship arrangements and suitability of applicants. Additional Scholarships may be offered subject to funding availability.

  • Three grain growers, supported by Grains Research and Development Corporation
  • An aquaculture producer or a wildcatch fisher, supported by the Fisheries Research and Development Corporation
  • A red meat producer, supported by Meat & Livestock Australia
  • A woolgrower, supported by Australian Wool Innovation
  • A viticulturist or winemaker, supported by Wine Australia
  • A cotton grower, supported by the Cotton Research and Development Corporation and Cotton Australia
  • A chicken meat grower, supported by the RIRDC Chicken Meat Program
  • A rice grower, supported by the RIRDC Rice R&D Program
  • An egg producer, supported by the Australian Egg Corporation Ltd
  • A pork producer, supported by Australian Pork Ltd
  • A dairy producer, supported by the Australian Dairy Conference and Dairy Australia
  • A vegetable grower supported by Horticulture Innovation Australia
  • A banana grower supported by Horticulture Innovation Australia
  • A primary producer, supported by Rabobank
  • A primary producer, supported by Woolworths
  • A primary producer, supported by Westpac Agribusiness
  • A primary producer in Northern Australia, supported by ANZ Bank and AACO
  • A primary producer in Victoria, supported by the William Buckland Foundation
  • A primary producer in Victoria, supported by Rural Bank
  • A dairy producer in Victoria, supported by the Gardiner Dairy Foundation
  • A primary producer in South Australia, supported by Primary Producers SA
  • A primary producer in South Australia, supported by Nufarm
  • A primary producer in New South Wales, supported by John Deere
  • A primary producer in New South Wales, supported by the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation
  • A primary producer in Tasmania, supported by Blundstone, Tasmanian Alkaloids and The Robert Gatenby Memorial Trust.
  • A primary producer from Western Australia, supported by CSBP and Integro Private Wealth

 

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