Domestic Agribusiness Scholarships available in 2022
Are you passionate about economic, political, environmental, and social issues affecting global food systems? Would you consider a postgraduate degree in Global Food and Agricultural Business at the University of Adelaide in 2022?
For all intakes in 2022, University of Adelaide alumni have the opportunity to receive a 50% discount on their tuition*, while other domestic applicants can receive a 20% discount*. This is the best possible time to upgrade your qualifications or make the shift into the growing and vital sector of agribusiness.
The Centre for Global Food and Resources (CGFAR) is establishing a Scholarship for Australian Full-fee paying students commencing the following programs in 2021:
- Master of Global Food and Agricultural Business
- Graduate Diploma in Global Food and Agricultural Business
- Graduate Certificate in Global Food and Agricultural Business
- Professional Certificate in Global Food and Agricultural Business
*To see if you meet the eligibility criteria and to see the scholarship rules, refer to Scholarship terms and conditions.
Hear from recent graduates of the Global Food and Agricultural Business program
"It opened my eyes not only to a massive industry wide concern, but the ways in which creativity and innovation can change policies and truly impact people’s lives." Olivia Pineau
“I am keen to employ my skillsets, experience and networks to make food better for market needs, meanwhile promoting sustainable practices along a value chain".
- Sothea Sao
This is a great opportunity for you to develop the conceptual and practical skills necessary for agribusiness management in an increasingly complex global food and agricultural marketplace. Whether you are interested in the public or private sector, the program opens up a broad range of possible career paths. This includes agribusiness enterprises large and small, government departments, research centres, international funding agencies, agricultural consultancy services, and non-governmental organisations (NGOs).
- Training much needed future leaders in Global Food and Agriculture
- Accessible price point, particularly through a time of uncertainty
- Flexible learning modes utilised to better suit students’ needs
- Supporting life-long employability