Take your career in horticulture further
In partnership with leaders in the horticulture industry, the University of Tasmania has developed a Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness, with a Horticultural Business specialisation.
The course is designed for people who are working in the horticultural industry to increase their agribusiness skills and gain a formal qualification. It has been developed with the input from many of Australia’s current industry leaders and academics from Lincoln University (NZ), providing you with knowledge and skills to grow your horticulture career.
This Masterclass in Horticultural Business, funded by Horticulture Innovation, has helped professionals from across the country turn their business ideas into actionable business plans, so that they’re ready to overcome these challenges and reach their full potential as one of the many success stories of the Australian horticulture industry.
Successful completion of this course will see you graduate with a Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness, specialising in Horticultural Business.
Fees for 2021 are yet to be published, please see the course page for future updates. Current estimation for the Graduate Diploma of Agribusiness for eligible domestic students is $3950 commencing in 2021.
Each year students can apply for industry-supported scholarships worth up to $10,000 each. The scholarships are designed to support students currently working in industries such as nursery, fruit and vegetables.
Scholarships are available in 2021 for levy paying members in the following industries:
- Summer Fruit
Scholarships are awarded by an industry based selection committee. Please note that selected scholarship recipients will be required to self-fund the costs associated with travel and accommodation to attend the compulsory face-to-face components of this program.
Scholarship applications close midnight 11 January, 2021.
To see if the Masterclass is right for you, please contact us via email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Commonwealth supported places are available. Students who enrol in a Commonwealth supported place can apply for a HECS-HELP loan. HECS-HELP is a loan program to help eligible students pay their student contribution amounts.
For more information including tuition fees, unit outline and entry requirements, please view the course page.