Internships & Scholarships


From time to time, internship opportunities for students doing agricultural science programs arise at the Waite and will be posted here. Internships add depth to the student experience, providing insights and experience in a relevant working environment and helping students establish career networks as they apply their knowledge in a work setting.

For general job opportunities at the Waite, please see

Postgraduate opportunities in wine research

Interested in basic or applied research in the Australian wine industry? Postgraduate research opportunities are currently available to join the ARC Training Centre for Innovative Wine Production.

Call for Workplace Experience Placements

The School of Agriculture, Food and Wine is currently seeking work experience placements for high school students for this year. We attract students from a number of schools and having them placed here improves the visibility of the campus/university…

Horizon Scholarship 2019 – applications open

The Horizon Scholarship is open to students enrolled full-time in their last two years of an agriculture-related undergraduate degree at an Australian university. Applications are now open and close on 1 March 2019

PhD research opportunities: Fight Food Waste CRC

PhD research projects are available in the three focal areas of the Fight Food Waste CRC – REDUCING food waste, TRANSFORMING unavoidable food waste into valuable products, and ENGAGING with industry and consumers to change their behaviour

Regional Internship in Applied Grains Research

Applications are now open for Hart’s 2019 Regional Internship in Applied Grains Research, offering graduate students one year training in applied grains R&D. May be of particular interest to current third year Ag and honours students.

SARDI Internship in Applied Grains R&D

As part of an initiative to attract graduates to a career in R&D, the GRDC, SAGIT, SARDI and the University of Adelaide, have combined to offer a 12-month research internship in applied grains R&D

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