New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology Prize

A Prize for the full-time student who achieved the best overall grades at Part II level in a BSc majoring in Food Science.

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: Food Science major (Part II)
Opening date:
Closing date: By nomination
For: Prize
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: $700 and student membership of NZIFST

The Prize was established in 2009 and is financed by New Zealand Institute of Food Science and Technology.

The main purpose of the Prize is to acknowledge the Food Science major who has achieved the highest overall grades at completion of Part II of the Food Science specialisation of a Bachelor of Science degree, with special emphasis on the grade achieved in FOODSCI 200, Food Composition and Nutrition.


How to apply

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