The Sustainable Agriculture Bursary

The Sustainable Agriculture Bursary

​Jordans Cereals and The Prince’s Countryside Fund are dedicated to caring for nature and the environment and we can only do that with the support of passionate people who care about sustainable farming and agriculture. 

This is why, back in 2019, we created the Sustainable Agriculture Bursary, an exciting opportunity for students studying at either the University of Reading or the Royal Agricultural University. 

Available exclusively to agriculture undergraduates at the Royal Agricultural University and the University of Reading, the Sustainable Agriculture Bursary has been designed to offer funding support, a mentoring programme, invites to events and networking sessions, a stand out CV and much more.

The bursary is known as an ‘experiential bursary’ – meaning funding is designed for events, conferences, webinars, trips abroad and shows that help you develop your understanding and passion for sustainable agriculture. 

The winning five undergraduates for the 2019 academic year are Christabel Bishop (RAU), Elena Chapman (RAU), Elliot Cole (Reading), Ed Fearnall (Reading) and Trystan Williams (RAU).

The winning six undergraduates for the 2020 academic year are Alice Lloyd (RAU), Eliot Pears (RAU), Philip Betteridge (RAU), Astrid Stubbings (Reading), Dan Weaver (Reading), and Grace Parrish (Reading). Learn more here. 

To find out more, and apply, follow the links below. Good luck!

University of Reading

The Royal Agricultural University

Applications for 2021 are now open.