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Available to students commencing and continuing study in the Associate Degree in Agribusiness in 2020.
Tasmanian boot brand Blundstone and the Department of Primary Industries, Parks, Water and Environment (DPIPWE) have generously donated scholarships that will be offered to students enrolled in the Associate Degree in Agribusiness in 2020.
The scholarships, worth up to $4,000 per year, will be available to students commencing and continuing study in 2020.
These scholarships will support students with course costs, including costs associated with attending a series of hands-on industry workshops that form part of the course.
For more information, please visit the Blundstone scholarship page.
The scholarship, worth $3,000 per year, will be offered to one student commencing study in the Associate Degree in Applied Science, specialising in Aquaculture, in Term 1 2020.
Salmon is a healthy, sustainable source of nutrition for the growing global population and Tassal’s proud of its role in putting Tasmanian farmed salmon on the map. Salmon farming continues to grow as a $850 million industry supported by a 5000 strong workforce and backed by world leading science, technological innovation, best practice fish welfare, robust operations and gear technology. To ensure a sustainable future and a better tomorrow, Tassal is committed to supporting scientific research and the education of future generations.
Tassal is a proud supporter of the Associate Degree in Applied Science (Z2J), specialising in Aquaculture. Selection will be based on the applicant’s interest in pursuing studies in Aquaculture and on the quality of the written application.
For more information, please visit the TASSAL scholarship page.
The bursary, worth $5,000 per year, will be offered to a student who resides in the Tamar Valley region of Tasmania commencing study in any Associate Degree in Term 1 2020. The bursary can be applied for by students in Year 12, mature age students who require retraining due to redundancy, or individuals re-entering the workforce due to an absence relating to personal circumstances or disability.
South32’s Tasmanian Electro Metallurgical Company (TEMCO) is a ferroalloy smelter located 50 kilometres north of Launceston at Bell Bay on the coast of Tasmania, Australia. South32 is a globally diversified metals and mining company. It produces bauxite, alumina, aluminium energy and metallurgical coal, manganese, nickel, silver, lead and zinc in Australia, Southern Africa and South America. TEMCO produces high-carbon ferromanganese, silicomanganese and sinter and remains the only manganese ferroalloy plant in Australia. The TEMCO Community Foundation provided a significant gift to support several scholarships at the University of Tasmania.
For more information and to apply please visit this website.
The University of Tasmania offers a range of scholarships to new and commencing students. Many of these scholarships are available to University College students. Please visit the University of Tasmania’s scholarship page to view the full range of scholarships available.