Lindsey Milne Bursaries – Lindsey Milne bursaries are available now for applying. Review the different procedures to undertake to apply for Lindsey Milne and do so before the closing date.
The Lindsey Milne Bursary Scheme aims to assist students wishing to pursue a career in the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa. To this end, financial assistance will be provided to students studying towards Agriculture. Applications are now open.
To assist students wishing to pursue a career in the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa. To this end, financial assistance will be provided to students studying towards a BSc (Agric) degree, preferably majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics.
THE BURSARY REQUIREMENTS
Students awarded a bursary by Subtrop will be required to work for Subtrop for a period of one year for each year that the bursary is awarded, provided that a position is available. If no position is available at the time that the recipient completes his/her degree, there will be no obligation to Subtrop. If no position is available in Subtrop, the recipient will assisted in finding a placement with members the various growers’ associations.
Recipients of the bursary will be required to focus their seminars and projects on subtropical crops (avocado, mango, litchi) where possible.
Recipients wishing to continue with a postgraduate degree will be allowed to do so provided that the research to be carried out will further equip the student to effectively serve the Subtropical industries as an employee of Subtrop. The bursary scheme will not make provision for postgraduate students, as the Subtrop member associations fund research carried out by postgraduate students, which in effect, amounts to a bursary.
THE APPLICATION FORM
Applications should be forwarded to the offices of Subtrop, not later than 31 October of the year preceding the academic year for which the bursary is applied. The attached application form should be completed and supporting documentation must be attached.