Salmon is a healthy, sustainable source of nutrition for the growing global population and Tassal’s proud of its role in putting Tasmanian farmed salmon on the map. Salmon farming continues to grow as a $850 million industry supported by a 5000 strong workforce and backed by world leading science, technological innovation, best practice fish welfare, robust operations and gear technology. To ensure a sustainable future and a better tomorrow, Tassal is committed to supporting scientific research and the education of future generations. Tassal is a proud supporter of the Associate Degree in Applied Science (Z2J), specialising in Aquaculture.
Available to a student who is commencing Year 1 of the Associate Degree in Applied Science (Z2J), specialising in Aquaculture. Preference will be given to applicants who have completed the majority of their secondary schooling in Tasmania. Selection will be based on the applicant's interest in pursuing a career in Aquaculture and on the quality of the written application. An internship may be offered to the successful applicant.
To retain this award, recipients are required to achieve a minimum Pass result in all units studied each semester.
$3,000 per year
Up to two years
This scholarship is not expected to be offered again.