Arthur Sims Scholarship

Introduction

The Arthur Sims Scholarship was established in 1949 by Sir Arthur Sims (1877-1969), a New Zealand born industrialist who established land and business interests throughout the British Commonwealth and scholarships in Australia and Canada.

This prize is awarded to the Bachelor of Agriculture student with the highest average mark in animal science subjects in their final year.

Award value

$160

Duration: one-off payment

Number available: 1

Conditions

This prize is determined by the FVAS Scholarships Committee.

How to apply

No application required.