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These scholarships are offered annually by T&G (formerlyTurners and Growers) to assist students of high academic calibre to undertake a degree that will provide them with the education and training to support the sustainable development of the New Zealand horticultural industry.
1.The Scholarships shall be known as the T&G Undergraduate Scholarships.
2.The Scholarships shall be open to candidates who have enrolled at the Palmerston North Campus of Massey University for a full-time three-year course of study in horticulture.
3.Scholarships shall be awarded in each year to the value of $5000 each, with the number available being subject to funding available.
4.The Scholarship shall be awarded by the Council of Massey University on the recommendation of a Selection Committee that shall comprise at least one representative from each of Turners and Growers, the Applied Academic Programmes Scholarships Committee and the horticulture/horticultural science teaching staff at Massey University.
5.The criteria for the award shall be:
(ii)Evidence of current and/or planned activity to support the development of the NZ horticultural industry;
(iii)Agreement that Turners and Growers will be able to publicise the student's name, photograph and biographical details in company related publications;
(iv)Agreement that Massey University will recognise T&G in any publicity or publications that result from activities associated with this scholarship.
6.The Scholarship is tenable with any other scholarship or bursary provided that the rules of the others allow it.
7.The scholarship may be terminated at any time if conduct or progress of the recipient has been unsatisfactory, or it the recipient's programme of study becomes no longer relevant to the horticulture industry. Recipients need to re-apply for the scholarship each year.
8.Applications close on the 3 March in the year in which the award is to be made. Application forms (ASSC.2) can be downloaded here. Completed applications are to be sent to Dr Kerry Harrington, K.Harrington@massey.ac.nz. Alternatively, hard copy applications can be delivered to Dr Kerry Harrington’s office AH 302.
All applications are acknowledged by email.
Application cannot be accepted before 03/12/2018.
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Last updated on Tuesday 12 February 2019