Nuffield International Scholarships




2018 Nuffield International Scholarship Are Now Closed

Nuffield International is pleased to announce the next round of available scholarships will open on 1st July 2018

The first Nuffield International Scholarship was announced in 2015 for investors wanting to offer a Scholarship across multiple geographies, or investors wanting to support a Nuffield Scholars in countries that are not current members of the Nuffield network.

The Nuffield International Scholarship program provides a unique opportunity for farmers and agribusiness professionals to travel internationally for a minimum of 16 weeks, researching agricultural production, distribution, management and/or communication. It is the leading agricultural scholarship program worldwide.

Approximately 80 Nuffield Scholarships will be awarded to leading farmers and agri-professionals for the 2018/19 program, being scholarships offered within each of the 7 member countries, and scholarships awarded by Nuffield International. Current member countries who select emerging agricultural entrepreneurs and leaders each year to participate in this transformative program include the United Kingdom, Australia, Canada, New Zealand, Ireland, France, the Netherlands, Brazil and the USA. The Nuffield Scholarship was developed in 1947 by entrepreneur Mr William Morris of the United Kingdom as post-war strategy to stimulate progressive farmers to increase food production and rebuild economy. There are currently over 1700 Nuffield Scholars worldwide, forming a powerful network of global-thinking agriculturalists that have committed to life-long learning and contributions to the prosperity of the sector and society.

Nuffield Scholars are selected annually on merit for their commitment to farming and are at the edge of innovative practices and technology uptake. Applicants do not need academic qualifications (eg. university graduation) but need to convince selectors that they have the necessary qualities to make the best use of the opportunity.

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