Scholarships and awards
Find out about scholarships and awards supported by the Ministry for Primary Industries.
Global Research Alliance Senior Scientist Award
This award supports exchanges between New Zealand scientists and scientists from other Global Research Alliance countries. The award enables collaboration on research into reducing emissions from livestock.
You must have a PhD and/or be a scientist with at least 5 years research experience.
LEARN co-funded PhD scholarship
Students from developing countries can apply for this scholarship to attend a New Zealand research organisation.
You must be enrolled or enrolling in research relating to livestock greenhouse gas mitigation.
New Zealand Biosecurity Awards
The New Zealand Biosecurity Awards recognise the great work that people all over New Zealand are doing in biosecurity every day.
Ngā Karahipi Uru Rākau – Forestry Scholarships
Available for Māori and/or female students enrolling in a Bachelor of Forestry Science or Bachelor of Engineering (Hons) in Forest Engineering.
Nuffield Farming Scholarship
Nuffield scholars travel to observe, learn about, and experience agricultural on a global scale.
MPI is a sponsor and partner of the Nuffield Farming Scholarship, which is run by the New Zealand Rural Leadership Trust.
Postgraduate Science Scholarship
Scholarships are for Masters and PhD candidates for research relevant to the primary industries at a New Zealand tertiary education institution.
Winners were announced on 13 June 2018.
Primary Industries Good Employer Awards
We want to recognise and celebrate employers in the primary sector who are doing a great job. Nominate an individual, business, or organisation that’s involved in the primary industries.
Significant Contribution to Food Safety Award
This award recognises an individual, a team, or an organisation that has made a significant improvement to food safety in New Zealand. This could be for a specific process or operation, for one sector or across a few sectors.
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