Deadline: 31 December 2015
Preference will be given to support training aimed at sustainable land use problems with an emphasis on animal, plant and soil interactions, where it can be demonstrated that, in addition to contributing to knowledge, they will
- Have the potential to alleviate poverty.
- Provide sustainable environmental benefits, including adaptation/mitigation to the impact of climate change.
- The Trustees will only consider projects with a budget up to a maximum of £2,500.
- This is the upper limit, not an indication that applicants should request this amount.
- Applications from students registered at university in a country not classified by the UN as lower middle income, or low-income will NOT be funded.
- Applications seeking funding for equipment, or attendance at conferences, will NOT be funded.
- Applications seeking funding to cover the costs of complete Bachelor, Masters or Doctorate courses, or parts of Bachelor, Masters or Doctorate courses will NOT be funded
- Applications seeking funding to cover the costs of Bachelor, Masters or Doctorate research projects will NOT be funded.
- Applications that cannot demonstrate the potential to alleviate poverty and/or provide sustainable environmental benefits will NOT be funded.
- Applications from students not studying degrees related to agriculture, land use or the environment will NOT be funded.
How to Apply
Interested applicants can apply via given website.
For more information, please visit Student Grants.