If you are considering a career in the agriculture industry please check out the following!
Every year Saskatchewan 4-H Council has the opportunity to award some of our outstanding senior members with 4-H Scholarships to assist with their post-secondary education. Awarding these scholarships is always a very difficult task as all applicants consistently demonstrate outstanding levels of leadership with the 4-H program and their communities.
Scholarship application packages are available in January of each year and the deadline for applications is April 1 of the current year.
Scholarships are available due to the generosity of our sponsors.
CIFST recognizes that the future of food science in Canada lies with today's students. Thanks to the generosity of organizations and individuals, more than $40,000 is awarded annually to recognize the academic excellence of the work of undergraduate, graduate and post-graduate students who are pursuing studies in food science and technology at approved institutions.
As a service to students, this web site provides information about some of the many student scholarships available. Students wishing to apply for these scholarships must do so through the organizations that adminster the awards.
Since 1976, the Canadian Wheat Board (CWB) has committed funds to encourage the development of agricultural research scientists in the long-term interest of western Canadian grain producers. Two types of academic awards were created for students at the Universities of Alberta, Saskatchewan, Manitoba and Lethbridge: Fellowships for students pursuing Ph.D. or Masters degrees. Research and Education.
Grassroots support through FCC 4-H 4-Ever
The Saskatchewan Association of Rural Municipalities (S.A.R.M.) offers a $1,000 Student Scholarship in Agricultural Safety and Rural Health.
Grade 12 students and recent graduates (the past two years) in Saskatchewan who are planning to take agriculture-related post-secondary education beginning in the fall of 2014 are eligible to apply. Click here for more details.
The Monsanto Canada Opportunity Scholarship Program is for Canadian high school students from family farms who have successfully enrolled at a Canadian educational institution (degree or diploma) in a first-year agriculture program.
Beginning in 2009 SPG began awarding five $5,000.00 Undergraduate Scholarships to the University of Saskatchewan for first-year students with a focus on agriculture.
Choose an AgBio Career
There are many bursaries and scholarships available for graduate and undergraduate students studying in the field of agriculture and bioresources.