Prizes and Scholarships
Faculty honours scholarships
- Continuing students in the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment undertaking the Bachelor of Environmental Systems (Honours) program, or an embedded honours program as part of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness, Bachelor of Agricultural Economics, and Bachelor of Resource Economics
- New students intending to enrol in the Bachelor of Environmental Systems (Honours) program
Applications close: 13 January 2017
How to apply:
- Students undertaking the Bachelor of Environmental Systems (Honours) program should apply for a University of Sydney Honours Scholarship and complete the attached application form for the Faculty honours scholarships. If you are unsuccessful for the University of Sydney Honours Scholarship you will automatically be considered for a Faculty honours scholarship.
- Students undertaking honours in the Faculty of Agriculture and Environment as part of an embedded honours program in the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture, Bachelor of Food and Agribusiness, Bachelor of Agricultural Economics, and Bachelor of Resource Economics, should complete and submit the application form below. Students undertaking honours as an embedded program in a four-year degree are not eligible to apply for the University of Sydney Honours Scholarship.
Faculty honours cholarships available for study in 2017
Brian G Davey Memorial Honours Scholarship in Soil Science is awarded to the most proficient student undertaking honours in soil science or specialising in soil science. It was established in 1989 in memory of Dr Brian G Davey, a senior lecturer in soil science.
Norman Scott Noble Honours Scholarship awards students for academic excellence in agriculture. It was established to memorialise Norman Scott Noble, an entomologist and graduate of the University of Sydney.
Norman Matheson Student Support Award assists students with the costs of undertaking fieldwork and other research in rural sites. It was established in honour of Professor Norman Matheson who was a graduate of the University of Sydney, and, from 1964 until his retirement, an academic in agricultural chemistry in the Faculty. This scholarship provides an additional $1000 toward travel and accommodation costs associated with working in remote locations defined as RA4 or RA5 classifications by the 'Australian Standard Geographical Classification - Remoteness Areas'.
James S Ashton Memorial Scholarship
- be enrolling as a full time, fourth year student of the Bachelor of Science in Agriculture or Bachelor of Animal and
Veterinary Bioscience in 2017
- complete your degree over a four year period; although consideration may be given to recipients who do not meet this
Enquiries and applications
All enquiries should be directed to the undergraduate scholarships officer, Milena Kalinina, by email to , or by phone via +61 2 9114 2074.
Completed applications should be emailed to the undergraduate scholarships officer, Milena Kalinina, by email to .