AusGAP Scholarship Program
AusGAP is again offering those in the wider Australian turf industry, a great opportunity to apply for financial assistance of tertiary studies.
Who is Eligible?
The program is open to anybody who is actively working in turf production or maintenance in Australia and has been for four or more years. This includes:
- Turf farm managers, office staff and field workers.
- Golf course superintendents, greenkeepers and ground staff.
- Racetrack curators and ground staff.
- Sports turf managers and staff.
Anyone who meets the criteria can apply for financial assistance of up to $10,000pa* over two years to cover tuition fees.
The program is open to a range of courses not just turf management. The chosen course must be conducted through an Australian education provider. The course can be completed in a full-time, part time manner, or online.
Examples might include, but are not limited to:
- Studies in sports turf management
- Agricultural and horticultural science
- Business studies.
If the study outcomes are deemed beneficial to the applicant’s particular business and the turf industry, then the application will be considered.
How to apply
APPLICATIONS ARE CLOSED.
Fill in the application form and outline the area of intended study.
*Applicants will be shortlisted via panel selection, with recipients to be decided on following face-to-face interviews with shortlisted candidates and funding will discussed with successful applicants.
Phone: 1300 287 539
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