Gosling Ornamental Horticulture Bursary

For someone who is interested in the production of ornamental plants. You will want to or be studying horticulture at undergraduate or postgraduate level.

Scholarship overview

Status: Open

Key facts

Value: Amount varies
Duration: One year's duration
Number available: One award
Location: Manawatū campus
Type of study: Full-time, Undergraduate, Postgraduate

Application dates

Applications open: 10 December 2023
Closing date: 10 March 2024

Restrictions

Eligibility restrictions: New Zealand citizen or permanent resident. High achievement. Full-time study only. Manawatū campus only.

This bursary is supported by the combined funds of the Ornamental Horticulture Trust Award and the M. W. L. and N. Gosling Bequest.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for someone who is interested in the production of ornamental plants.

What you'll be studying

This is an undergraduate or postgraduate scholarship. You will want to or be studying towards a qualification with a focus on horticulture. Your qualification will be relevant to the production of ornamental plants.

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be studying full-time
  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • study on the Manawatū campus
  • be studying in a specific subject area.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • your academic transcripts for any tertiary study completed outside of Massey University
  • a statement on how receiving this scholarship would be of benefit to you and your study, and how you believe you meet the intentions of this award. You should comment on the relevance of your study to the production of ornamental plants
  • a copy of your Massey University transcripts and current enrolment. You can download your Study History Report from the Student Portal, under ‘Results and Exams’.

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipient, we will primarily consider your academic achievements.