What is Nuffield International?

The vision of Nuffield International is to develop people to make a difference in the world of agriculture.

It is a body which encompasses all Nuffield Farming Scholarship organisations around the world, including Australia, Canada, France, Ireland, Netherlands, New Zealand, United Kingdom, Zimbabwe and associate countries Brazil and United States of America. It also has a close affiliation with the Eisenhower Fellowship in the United States. Nuffield International provides general guidance and support to these member countries which manage their individual agricultural scholarship programs.

Nuffield International is a non-profit organisation administered professionally but supported by voluntary contributions made by its member countries.

Latest News

09/05/2018 - Nuffield International Newsletter May 2018
Welcome to the latest Nuffield newsletter, highlighting activities and achievements from Nuffield International and each Nuffield country over the past few months. > Download PDF

8/3/2018 - Nuffield International is excited to announce their new Global Strategic Partner, Caterpillar Inc. A world leader for agriculture, construction and mining equipment, Caterpillar helps customers develop infrastructure, energy, and natural resource assets. With a history that includes creating the first combines, developing agriculture – and the people in the industry – has always been a core part of the Caterpillar mission. As a Global Strategic Partner, Caterpillar will develop connections with Nuffield Scholars around the world, helping building international linkages that will shape agriculture for generations to come.

22/12/2017 - Announcing the 2018 Nuffield International Scholars

The Nuffield International Farming Scholars program has announced the selection of its 2018 Nuffield Scholars, which includes three agriculturalists from Brazil and two from the United States of America.

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25/09/2017 - Nuffield Event: What today’s young agricultural leaders need to meet tomorrow’s SDG challenges

Food producers the world over face increasingly complex challenges that require uncommon partnerships in their efforts to sustain a growing world population and ensure agriculture is an active player in the achievement of the SDGs.

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