Ag scholarships available

As an initiative to further foster education and support in rural NSW, the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW (RAS) Foundation is offering scholarships of up to $5000 to students studying Vocational Education Training (VET) coursesin 2017.
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The scholarships are available for NSW individuals studying at registered VET institutions, such as TAFE or local colleges, who demonstrate a passion for a career that will support the future success of our rural and regional communities.

Kate Ross, Executive Officer of the Royal Agricultural Society of NSW Foundation, said the organisation is committed to supporting students and their post-school study.

“Every student takes a different career path and through this program we’re enabling more students to reach their potential through studies that will see them living, working and contributing to rural and regional communities,” Ms Ross said.

“This scholarship embraces the diversity we are seeing in country communities and the goal of this program is to help develop Australia’s next generation, while making post-school study accessible to as many individuals as possible.

“Our VET Scholarship Program has so far assisted students undertaking a broad range of studies including auto electrics, agriculture, community services and wool classing, whose passion and drive has shone through in their scholarship applications,” she said.

Scholarships are valued up to $5000 for full time and $2500 for part time students.

Applicants must be enrolled in or are applying for study in any accredited VET course at an approved Australian education provider and must be an Australian citizen or permanent resident.

For more information and to submit an application go to rasnsw南京夜网419论坛/foundation/scholarships-and-grants.Applications close February 12.

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