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Closing date: 10 March
The Bell-Booth Dairy Research Scholarship was established in 2011 by Bell-Booth Limited, a company that manufactures products used for improving the nutrition of dairy calves and who have an association with Massey University in undertaking research on their products. The company wishes to encourage postgraduate research, especially projects of relevance to the dairy industry and nutrition of calves.
1.The Bell-Booth Agricultural Research Scholarship is intended for the support of students undertaking agricultural research within a postgraduate programme at Massey University in animal science, with preference being given to those applicants undertaking research in dairy calf nutrition.
2. The scholarship is offered to a maximum value of $3000 and will normally be awarded annually as funds permit, subject to the approval of Bell-Booth Limited.
3.The Applied Academic Programmes Scholarships Committee shall recommend the most suitable applicant to receive the award, but this decision will need ratification by Bell-Booth Ltd before being finalised.
4. In recommending the award, academic merit and other scholarships and bursaries held by the applicants shall be taken into account. No scholarship may be awarded in years when no suitable students apply.
5. For research projects of particular interest to Bell-Booth Limited, the company may decide to give additional financial assistance with costs associated with the research.
6. Applications close on the 10 March in the year in which the award is to be made. Application forms (ASSC.3) can be downloaded at the bottom of this page. 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.
Applications will NOT be accepted more than 3 months in advance of the closing date.
Application cannot be accepted before 10/12/2018.
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Last updated on Tuesday 29 November 2016