LEADING POSITIVE CHANGE IN AGRICULTURE
The Nuffield Farming Scholarships Trust is a charity organisation whose aim is to bring positive change to agriculture through the development of its future leaders, sending them overseas to learn from others and helping them share their brilliant ideas when they return home.
Since 1947, we have awarded Scholarships to over 1,000 members of the food, farming, horticulture and rural industries to study a topic they are passionate about… Could you be next?
Meet our Scholars ...
Could your future start here?
Our Scholarships are all about new horizons and pushing the boundary. As a Scholar, you will have the opportunity to travel the world and learn from global experts, tapping into new ways of thinking and challenging conventional beliefs. This invaluable experience has allowed many of our Scholars to jumpstart their careers, catalyse real change in agriculture and become industry leaders. Could you be next?
Above & Beyond: The Benefits of a Nuffield Scholarship
Since 1947, our Scholars have travelled the world learning about new ideas and technologies that can take our industry forward. In 2019, we awarded our 1000th Scholarship in the UK, an achievement that we are extremely proud of. To celebrate, we spoke to five Scholars about what Nuffield has meant to them and their careers, as well as the impact that Nuffield has had on the wider agricultural industry.
Search the international Nuffield Farming Report Library
Want to know more about a specific topic? Our Scholars have probably covered it! Search our extensive library of Nuffield Farming Reports written by Scholars across the globe, including Australia, The Netherlands, New Zealand, Zimbabwe, France, Canada, Ireland, USA and Brazil.
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I am Nuffield
Our Scholars are the backbone of our organisation and the reason we do what we do. Get to know some of them and learn about why they applied, what they studied and who they are now.