Perrin Ag Scholarships

2018 Perrin Ag Scholarship - Submit your application

Perrin Ag Consultants are committed to encouraging young people into the agriculture sector, in particular the professional area, recognising that the agricultural industry, like any industry needs new ideas, energy and enthusiasm for long term success.

Perrin Ag Consultants offers an annual scholarship of up to $3,000 per annum.

The scholarship is for a promising individual wishing to study agricultural- or related- science at undergraduate or Honors level at either Lincoln or Massey Universities. Click here to download the application form.  To apply please email the completed application to






Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd is a full service agribusiness advisory and management consultancy firm with over 20 years of experience, based in Rotorua, but servicing the wider Bay of Plenty, Waikato and King Country.  Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd wish to offer an annual scholarship of up to $3,000 for a promising individual to enable the recipient to commence or continue agricultural or related science studies at undergraduate or Honours level at either Lincoln or Massey Universities.




To apply, the applicant must:

  • Be enrolled in an undergraduate or Honors degree in the field of agricultural, horticultural or related sciences at either Lincoln or Massey Universities or be enrolled in technical agricultural training at a recognised agricultural training facility
  • Provide evidence of course costs for the upcoming academic year.
  • Complete an application form by 31 March and email it to Perrin Ag Consultants ( or mail to Perrin Ag, PO Box 596, Rotorua 3040


Award of the scholarship will be based around each applicant's:

  • Academic performance
  • Passion for the agricultural industry
  • Values and personal character


The successful applicant will have their course fees up to the value of $3,000 funded by Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd for the relevant academic year. Work may be able to be organised by PAC for the successful candidate during holiday or summer breaks.


Eligible applicants will be considered by a selection panel, comprising two Directors of Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd, who will then make their recommendation to the full Board of Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd.


Applications close 31 March of each year, with the successful applicant announced by 30 April.  Scholarship monies for undergraduate study will be paid in two installments, half upon award and the balance on the successful completion of the year's study.

The successful applicant will be invited to attend an award evening in Rotorua to be held in mid-June.




  • Successful applicants are not eligible for consideration in latter years.
  • The awarding of the scholarship is entirely at the discretion of the Directors of Perrin Ag Consultants, taking into account the recommendation of the Panel.  No correspondence will be entered into.
  • The panel respects the confidential nature of all information provided by applicants.




The selection panel comprises two Directors of Perrin Ag Consultants Ltd.



We were impressed by the number of applications we received this year and the calibre of the applicants. Congratulations to the winners of the 2017 Perrin Ag Scholarship, Emma Rauhala & Braydon Schroder.

Emma & Braydon


Emma Rauhala

Emma Rauhala

Perrin Ag Director, Duncan Walker presenting Emma Rauhala the 2017 Scholarship Certificate

Emma is currently in her 3rd year at Massey University studying towards a Bachelor of Agriscience. The Perrin Ag Directors were impressed by Emma's academic excellence. Emma has a strong interest in plants and soils and hopes to pursue a career in Agronomy after graduation at Massey University.

Braydon Schroder

Braydon Schroder

Perrin Ag Managing Director, Lee Matheson presenting Braydon Schroder the Scholarship Certificate

Braydon is in his 3rd year at Lincoln University studying towards a Bachelor of Agricultural Science. Braydon plans to complete an honors year to develop a greater understanding in animal nutrition, farm management and farm systems. Later this year he will study abroad in Canada. After graduation Braydon wishes to pursue a career in farm consultancy.


Danielle Scott & Samuel Tipping both received the 2016 Perrin Ag Consultants Scholarship.

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