The School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences has established an Indigenous Agriculture Initiative that seeks to provide opportunities for Indigenous undergra...
Indigenous Agriculture Initiative Scholarship
The School of Agricultural and Wine Sciences has established an Indigenous Agriculture Initiative that seeks to provide opportunities for Indigenous undergraduate students and postgraduates students interested in agriculture, refer to the Indigenous Agriculture Initiative. Part of this Initiative is to provide an undergraduate scholarship program for Indigenous students considering a career in agriculture. Currently, there are many good employment opportunities in agriculture as well as a need for education and training for Indigenous managed lands. The IAI scholarship provides students with an $8000 (FT equivalent) top-up of their Abstudy entitlement.
How to apply
Commencing Students; Continuing Students
CAMPUS: Wagga Wagga
MUST BE STUDYING IN:
Bachelor of Agriculture
Bachelor of Agricultural Science
Bachelor of Agricultural Business Management
Bachelor of Horticulture
Indigenous Agriculture Initiative
Students identifying as Aboriginal or Torres Strait Islander descent (supporting documentation is to be provided).
Recipients who successfully complete their year of study with a GPA of 4.0 and above with continued enrolment in the above courses will be the preferred candidate for the following year’s scholarship.
Scholarship payments will be made as 2x $4,000 instalments over one year. Second payment is dependent upon continued enrolment in the above courses and maintaining a GPA of at least 4.0.