John Hodgson Pastoral Science Scholarships

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Closing date: 10/03/2019   

The John Hodgson Pastoral Science Scholarship is supported by funds accumulated under the Trade for Training Scheme established by Assoc Prof Alex Chu between 1988 and 1996. This Scholarship is named after Prof John Hodgson, former Head of the Agronomy Department, Massey University, in recognition of his leadership and contribution in numerous pastoral projects conducted in China managed by Assoc Prof Chu, including the United Nation Development Programme (UNDP) Project in Guizhou Province, China.

1.The John Hodgson Pastoral Science Scholarship is intended for the support of students enrolled at postgraduate level in studies of Pastoral Science.

2.Scholarships are offered to a maximum value of $2,500 per student and will normally be awarded annually as funds permit, subject to the approval of Applied Academic Programmes Scholarships Committee.

3.Recommendations for the awards shall be made by the Pastoral Science staff in the Institute of Natural Resources, who shall advise the Chairman of the Applied Academic Programmes Scholarships Committee of their choice.

4.In recommending awards the Pastoral Science staff shall take into account academic merit and other scholarships and bursaries held by the applicants.

5.At the discretion of the University all or part of the annual interest may be reinvested.

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 here. Completed applications are to be sent to Dr Kerry Harrington, 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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