Sir James Scholarship for Food Technology

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Closing date: 30/11/2017   

Purpose - Heinz Wattie’s are providing $10,000 annually for a Scholarship in Food Technology

Tenure and value - $2,500 per annum for a maximum of four years awarded annually to a first year student doing Bachelor of Food Technology (Hons) at Massey University.

Eligibility - Applicants must be NZ citizens and be enrolled or intending to enrol fulltime in the first year of the Bachelor of Food Technology (Hons) at Massey University.

Criteria - Selection will be based on academic merit and demonstration from the student of their passion for Food Technology.

Responsibility for the award - Recommended by a selection committee led by the Bachelor of Food Technology (Hons) Major Leader and consisting of staff from the IFNHH Food Division, with the final selection approved by the Product Development Manager, Heinz Wattie’s.

Payment - The scholarship is to be paid in four instalments of $2,500 each April for the four year degree. Following the first year, payment will depend on successful completion of the previous year’s study.

Conditions of the award - the selection panel has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants and their decision is final.

Application forms are available to be downloaded from the website or from Massey Contact or 0800 627 739.

Closing date: 30th November

Applications close with the Scholarships Office, Massey University.

All applications are acknowledged by email.

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