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Scholarship search | The QEII Athol Patterson Bursary

The QEII Athol Patterson Bursary

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$2,000 | One year's duration | One award

Undergraduate | Part-time | Full-time

Scholarship search | The QEII Athol Patterson Bursary

The QEII Athol Patterson Bursary

As a result of a bequest to the QEII National Trust from Dr Athol Patterson, a bursary was set up in 2009 to support students at Massey University interested in sustainable farming practices. Dr Patterson was a doctor of tropical medicines and taught in various universities around the world before retiring to Waverley where he had two small dairy farms.

We're looking for someone who is interested in sustainable farming practices or sustainability issues in agriculture.

This is an undergraduate bursary. You will be enrolled in an undergraduate degree with a focus on agriculture or environmental management. You will have completed the first year of your undergraduate degree.

When choosing our recipient, we will mainly consider your interest in sustainable farming practices or sustainability issues in agriculture. We will also consider your academic achievements and other scholarships or bursaries you hold.

Eligibility

You must:

  • have completed the first year of your undergraduate degree
  • be studying in a specific subject area.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • your CV
  • a statement demonstrating a clear interest in sustainable farming practices (for agriculture degree applicants)
  • a statement on dealing with sustainability issues in agriculture (for environmental management degree applicants)
  • a budget outlining your annual expenses and any predicted earnings, including any awards and scholarships held to date

View the regulations for more details

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