Ranked one of the best universities placed in the top 1.1% in the world, the University of Waikato is committed to challenging, inspiring, and preparing students to lead change. Its philosophy is mirrored in the quality and impact, managing national and global issues. The university was also considered for its teaching, research, internalization, and employability and for its strengths in Health, Indigenous Studies, Environment, Agriculture, and Cyber Security.
The University of Waikato has launched The Bill & Joan Flower Agribusiness Masters Scholarship recognizing the relationship between it and Bill and Joan Flower due to their ongoing commitment to the university. The scholarship was aimed to offer support to graduate students willing to undertake research of 90 points (or more) in the field of Agribusiness. The thesis should be completed within a 12-month period.
Eligible students are the citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand who will be applying to enroll full-time in a research paper as part of their first master’s degree at the University of Waikato, with a major in Agribusiness. Only students who are holding an offer from the University of Waikato can apply. Therefore, it is highly important that students should consult the following link https://sase.waikato.ac.nz/app/NewStudent/ApplicationToEnrol where they can fill their application to study at the university.
The amount offered is up to $5.500 being paid in the form of fees credit which will be applied directly towards the winner’s fees. The scholarship is awarded based on the entrants’ academic merit, with a minimum grade point average of A-.
The closing date for the application is October 31st biennially.