Masters or PhD Top-Up Scholarships in Agrifood from Food Agility CRC

Food Agility CRC offers 15 new HDR (PhD or Masters level) top-up scholarships worth $10,000 per annum for students working on projects aligned with the CRC’s priority research areas.

Domestic and international students at any stage of their candidature are welcome to apply.

$10,000 per annum scholarship (up to three years for PhD candidates and two years for Masters students).

These are top-up scholarships only.

Current domestic or international RMIT PhD or Masters students working on projects in the following priority areas related to the agrifood sector are eligible:

  • New sensors and sensing innovations
  • Data analytics
  • Sustainable food production systems empowered by data and digital
  • Smart farms
  • Digital value chains (anywhere from paddock to plate)
  • New markets and trading instruments empowered by data and digital.

Please apply directly to Food Agility CRC.

Note: students are to ask supervisors for a short confidential report on the candidate.

17 June 2021.

11.59pm, 31 July 2021.

This opportunity is only available to students from Food Agility partner universities, of which RMIT is one. If you have queries regarding your research area, please contact Food Agility to discuss.

This scholarship will be governed by RMIT University's Research Scholarship Terms and Conditions.

For further inquiries please contact:
Rebecca David
c/o Major Research Initiatives

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