Available to students studying education in any of the fields of agriculture, horticulture and other courses related to the broader agricultural sector. Find out more about this scholarship
Available to students who have completed a degree and intend to pursue further post graduate study. Priority will be given to students born, educated or working in the Taranaki/Waverley area. Find out more about this scholarship
Financial assistance to graduates who have demonstrated commitment, and wish to enter a career in secondary teaching in agriculture/horticulture. Preference will be given to those who intend to teach in the Taranaki sector. Find out more about this Scholarship
Financial assistance available to PrimaryITO students who undertake their course of study within the Taranaki/Waverley region. Financial assistance is given on the completion of the course. Find out more about this scholarship
Financial assistance to those already serving in a management position in agricultural, horticultural or pastoral industries in Taranaki, and wishing to attend a course of study. Find out more about this scholarship
Any tertiary course related to the broader agricultural sector, such as agriculture, horticulture, forestry, commerce, environmental management, veterinary science, veterinary nursing, viticulture and food technology.
Yes, if you are currently studying an agriculture related course at tertiary level you may apply for a scholarship.
The opening date for application is 30th November each year prior to year of study.
The closing date for application is 28th February each year for the current year of study.
You must have proof that you were born, educated or currently being educated in the Taranaki/Waverly region. If you have had a Bursary from the Trust before, then this is not required.
To apply you will need to get some documentation in order. This includes:
Ensure that you check the requirements for each specific application for as these do vary. Details can be found at the start of each application form.
Each photocopy and/or computer printout used as a supporting document must be certified as a true copy by a Justice of the Peace or a School Principal.
Applications should, where possible, be submitted online by following the links below. Please note scholarships can be held in concurrent with others.