The Crawford Fund is seeking Australia-wide applications for their popular Student Awards. With or without travel, these awards allow you to bring an international component to your studies and research and enable you to gain valuable practical experience. This may mean working online with colleagues in a developing country, or when travel permits, an actual practical, feet-on-the-ground, opportunity in a developing country.

If you are a university student undertaking a degree in agriculture, animal production, fisheries, forestry, natural resource management or any area related to food and nutrition security, this award could open a whole new world of experience and career opportunities

Awards of up to $3500 are available to help students bring an international component to their postgraduate studies and research, and gain valuable practical experience in a developing country.

Closing date for the applications is Monday 4 July 2022. Further information and an on-line application form can be found on the website.

For all other questions and inquiries, contact the SA Crawford Fund coordinator Roger Wickes by phone on 0417 086 584.

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