DairyNZ Masters Scholarships, 2017

Posted: June 5, 2017 in Jul-Sept Deadline, Masters

icon Masters

icon Dairy research and Development

Open to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents

icon  DairyNZ

icon 10 Aug 2017

icon Full Funding, $30,000 p.a., plus tuition fees

More about this scholarship

DairyNZ Masters Scholarships, 2017 are given to outstanding graduates with a strong motivation for dairy research and development (R&D). After completing their Master’s program, students are expected to apply for opportunities at DairyNZ.

Eligibility criteria:

  • The DairyNZ Masters Scholarships, 2017 applicants should have a bachelor degree or should be in the final year of their degree in agricultural business, economics or agricultural science.
  • The candidate should be a New Zealand Permanent Resident or a New Zealand Citizen.e eligibility in  enrolling for a Master degree majoring in agricultural science, agricultural business, science at  a New Zealand university
  •  Eligibility in enrolling for a Master degree majoring in agricultural science, agricultural business, science at a New Zealand university is required.
  • The candidates should relocate to Lincoln, Palmerston North or Hamilton if required and be at a DairyNZ office for the time period of their study.
  • The scholarship offers $30,000 per annum and tuition fee up to 1.5 years.

Selection criteria:

  • The applicant for DairyNZ Masters Scholarships, 2017  is expected to show proof of connections in the dairy industry.
  • The candidate should have leadership abilities and critical thinking with motivation to progress in dairy research and development.
  • The applicant is assessed based on academic merit.

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