$5,000 University of Queensland (UQ) Australia 2022 Costa Berries Scholarship in Horticultural Science

Written by David on October 23, 2022

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Scholarship details

  • Area of study

  • Country of the Scholarship

  • Scholarship Valid Until (Year)

  • Type of scholarship

    Bachelor's scholarship
  • Scholarship amount given

    $5000 - $7000
  • Type of scholarship administrator

  • Mode of scholarship (Online/Offline)

  • Applier's country

  • Expenses covered

  • Scholarship Contact Details

    School Of Agriculture And Food Sciences

    [email protected]    

In the event that you are awarded the scholarship, Costa Berry may also make it possible for you to work throughout the summer at one of their locations.


About the Scholarship:

Many people in Australia regard UQ to be the best university in the country. UQ has won more national teaching awards than any other Australian institution. Three separate campuses of the University of Queensland exist in the same approximate region in Southeast Australia. The University of Queensland has two main campuses, St. Lucia and Herston, both of which are located in the greater Brisbane area. Over two million people currently call Brisbane their home, according to estimates. Subtropical weather, a dynamic cultural environment, and a manageable crime rate all contribute to make this a desirable travel destination. Due in great part to its location near multiple natural World Heritage sites—including rainforests, mountain ranges, and beaches—Brisbane, Australia, has developed into an important center for commerce, trade, and education in the Asia-Pacific region.

Some 268,000 students have graduated from the University of Queensland, with 14,500 going on to acquire doctorates. More than 170 distinct nationalities are represented among the current and alumnae bodies. Many of these people have chosen to continue their education at the University of Queensland, widely considered to be the best university in Queensland (268,000). There are three distinct South East Queensland locations for the University of Queensland. Combined, there are almost 53,600 undergraduate and graduate students who call these schools home. Graduate and postgraduate students make up 16% of the total student body, while international students from 134 countries account up another 16%. There are more than a hundred different research centers at this university, and its six colleges attract faculty from practically every field of study.


The city of Berkeley, California, where the illustrious university is located, is in the midst of significant political unrest. Many distinct academic specializations are available to students attending one of Queensland’s many colleges or universities. Over the past few years, Queensland has seen a meteoric rise in the number of students choosing to spend their academic careers there. Beautiful beaches, lush forests, rare species, and exciting theme parks could all play a role in attracting more tourists to the area. The state may have grown so quickly because of the strategic role it plays. Queensland’s major cities provide a wide variety of undergraduate and graduate programs for students to choose from. Retail, hospitality, and arts and entertainment occupations all fall under this category (which includes the management of hotels and the creation of itineraries for tourists).

Even in the most rural parts of Queensland, you can acquire a top-notch education. Majors in marine science, business administration, and even tropical agriculture are all available to you. UQ is one of just three Australian universities to have joined the prestigious edX consortium, and it is the only Australian university to have joined Universitas 21. Universitas 21 is a consortium of universities from different parts of the world working together to advance higher education on a worldwide basis. Australia’s University of Queensland (UQ) is not just one of the world’s top research universities, but also a member of the elite Group of Eight (Go8). The University of Queensland (UQ) is not only one of Australia’s most prestigious educational institutions but also one of the select few to gain initial admission to the prestigious Group of Eight (Go8) (Go8). (MOOCs)


The University of Queensland has awarded degrees to about 280,000 people, including more than 15,400 doctorates. These individuals have created a global network of former students, with current members hailing from more than 170 different countries. Over 55,000 students, faculty, and staff call the University of Queensland in southeast Queensland home. The university can be visited at any of its three campus locations. As the institution now enrolls students from 142 different nations, it’s little wonder that many of Queensland’s brightest minds have chosen to continue their study here. Twenty thousand students are now enrolled in various degree programs, with almost twenty thousand seeking graduate and/or post-graduate degrees. Nearly 1,500 scientists, social scientists, and engineers call UQ home, and they’re all committed to helping the university advance.

There are more than a hundred such research centers spread out among the six academic colleges at the University of Queensland. According to the Australian Research Council’s Fellowships and Prizes database, the University of Queensland has received a grand total of 419 separate awards worth more than $290 million. These grants have been made possible through the generosity of the Australian Research Council (ARC). The six academic colleges at the University of Queensland are home to more than a hundred separate research centers. The University of Queensland has received 419 individual grants totaling almost $290 million, as reported on the Fellowships and Grants page of the Australian Research Council’s website. The Australian Research Council is the primary funder of Australia’s National Science and Technology Awards (ARC).


Scholarship Sponsor(s):  The University of Queensland

Scholarship Country: Australia

Scholarship Worth:  $5,000 

Study Level:   Undergraduate

Nationality: International Students


Scholarship Offer:

  • This scholarship has a value of $5,000, and it is considered Partial Funding.


Eligibility for Scholarship.

  • Have a major in horticulture and are currently enrolled in a four-year program leading to a Bachelor of Agricultural Science or a Dual Bachelor of Agribusiness and Agricultural Science degree.
  • Are currently enrolled in the first, second, or third year of this degree program Do not already have another scholarship of this kind.
  • overall academic achievement in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science program with a concentration in Horticulture; evidence of your personal qualities, such as passion, sincerity, accountability, respect, and determination; your personal statement; and your level of interest in completing vacation employment with Costa Group



The University of Queensland (UQ) Australia 2022 Costa Berries Scholarship in Horticultural Science  is open to all International Students


The University of Prince Edward Island has conceived of a captivating and wide-open avenue for bright and deserving international students to fund their education. For the 2022–2023 school year, the International Entrance Awards will be given out.


Application Procedure

  • Are you interested, and do you qualify? Visit the University of Queensland in Australia via survey.app.uq.edu.au in order to submit an application and a personal statement. Your application must include evidence of your overall academic accomplishment in the Bachelor of Agricultural Science (Horticulture major).
  • Your application will be saved automatically, and you will always be able to access it.
  • Your application will not be shared with anybody and will only be used to determine whether or not you are qualified for the scholarship.
  • Before you send in your application, double check that you have sent all of the necessary supporting documents.
  • On the closing date, your online application must be received no later than 11:59:00 PM AEST.


Application Deadline

The application deadline for the University of Queensland (UQ) Australia 2022 Costa Berries Scholarship in Horticultural Science  is October 31, 2022.

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