Jordans and The Prince's Countryside Fund Sustainable Agriculture Bursary

This bursary is available only for study at the Royal Agricultural University / University of Reading for students who are undertaking a course in agriculture.

About the bursary

The Jordans and The Prince’s Countryside Fund Sustainable Agriculture Bursary aims to support undergraduate students to pursue their interest in sustainable agriculture and farming practices. Jordans and the Fund appreciate the importance of these practices and want to encourage the next generation of farmers to explore their full potential.

Students must also fulfil the following criteria:​

  • Must be aged between 18 – 35
  • Have a conditional or unconditional offer for either an undergraduate agricultural degree at the Royal Agricultural University or an undergraduate degree at the University of Reading’s School of Agriculture, Policy and Development, starting in September 2021
  • Either the Royal Agricultural University or the University of Reading must be your first choice university for your application to be considered
  • All applicants must live in the UK
  • Have a genuine and demonstrable interest in sustainable agriculture

Successful applicants will receive a £3,000 cash award in their first year and a further £1,000 in both their second and third year of study, to support their academic studies and help to further their interest in and knowledge of sustainable agricultural practice.

How do I apply?

This bursary is now closed to applications. 

Shortlisted applicants will be required to participate in an interview.

How will I know if my application has been successful?

Successful applicants will be informed via email once a decision has been made by 24 September 2021. 

Criteria for award continuation

Complete details about this bursary can be found by clicking the link.

Terms and conditions

You can find full terms and conditions for this bursary by clicking the link.

Contact us

For further information, please email [email protected].

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