Scholarships / Exchanges

NZ Young Farmers Study Scholarships

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Applications are now CLOSED
Applications for 2017 open 2 October 2017 and Close 15 December 2017.

New Zealand Young Farmers awards two University cash scholarships worth $1,500.00.

The applications must be from students who are New Zealand Young Farmers Full or TeenAg Individual Members studying agriculture / agriculturally related topics at University.
(Full Members pay an annual $70 fee and Individual Members pay an annual $30 fee, this is different to the free TeenAg School Membership). 

This scholarship is provided by the Young Farmers World Congress Charitable Trust which was formed in 1969 to distribute the revenue produced from the investment of profits from the World Congress of Young Farmers held in Christchurch in 1965.

Click here to download the application form and for further information.


 

Scotland Exchange 

Scottish Young Farmers

Applications are NOW CLOSED for our annual exchange with SAYFC where we will select one member to travel to Scotland on June 11th 2018.

The exchange offers a great opportunity to meet young farmer members from Scotland, be hosted by rural families and to gain an understanding of agriculture and the challenges faced by those on the land in Scotland.
The exchangee has the option of a short exchange which finishes on the 24th of June or an extended stay being hosted by families until the 22nd of July.

A highlight of the exchange is attending The Royal Highland Show on  21st– 24th June: where delegates are booked into a Hostel in Edinburgh for the duration of the show.

NZYF will contribute $500 towards the cost of the exchange for the successful applicant!

So what have you got to lose? Apply TODAY!

Applications close 2nd February 2018 and the successful applicant will be notified by 16th February 2018.

Click here to fill out an online application for this amazing opportunity or email briar.loveridge@youngfarmers.co.nz with any questions.

Exchange Itinerary

 


 

For more scholarships head to Growing NZ’s website