The Lindsey Milne bursary honors Dr. DL Milne for his big contributions to the Subtropical fruit industry. Dr. Milne had a successful career in the industry, working in different roles like at the Institute for Tropical and Subtropical Fruit, as the leader of Westfalia, and as the head of the Subtrop group after he retired. The bursary is made possible by the SA Subtropical Growers' Association (Subtrop), which is a group of organizations including the South African Avocado Growers' Association (SAAGA), the South African Mango Growers' Association (SAMGA), and the South African Litchi Growers' Association (SALGA).
The Lindsey Milne bursary is named after Dr. DL Milne, who dedicated his life to the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa. This bursary helps students who want to work in this industry. It is sponsored by the SA Subtropical Growers' Association and gives money to students studying for a BSc (Agric) degree, especially if they are majoring in Horticultural Science or Agricultural Economics. The Lindsey Milne bursary is a chance for students to reach their academic dreams and help grow the Subtropical fruit industry in South Africa.
Requirements and eligibility
Students studying towards a BSc (Agric) degree majoring in Horticultural Science and related fields or Agricultural Economics
South African citizen
Excellent academic merit
How to apply
Follow the application link where you will find a form that you will need to fill out and attach your supporting documents to. This completed application must be sent to email@example.com .
The supporting documents need are :
A motivation letter as to why you should be considered for the bursary
University academic record
A brief Curriculum Vitae (max. 2 pages)
Details of any other bursary or scholarship which you may hold