The CEAT Innovation Training Initiative supports the development of new skills and pathways for future innovators, influencers and leaders in agri-technology.
Would you like to become an innovator in agri-technology and build the future of food and fibre? We currently have opportunities for undergraduate students, postgraduate students, and industry.
By adding agricultural courses to your degree at The Australian National University, you can be part of the growing movement to sustainably feed the world. Agriculture is expected to be a $100 billion industry by 2030.
Courses can fit into degrees from engineering, computer science, science, public policy and more. If you are studying a Bachelor of Environment and Sustainability or Bachelor of Science, you can also consider a Major in Agricultural Innovation (a new major starting Semester 2, 2021).
Our new two-year program in Agricultural Innovation at The Australian National University takes a crossdisciplinary approach to Agriculture – meaning you can apply your existing skills, interests and specialisations, to real-world issues faced by global food production and food security. Applications are now open.
If you are starting or recently started a PhD at CSIRO and ANU that explores digital technology and agriculture, you may be eligible for a supplementary scholarship.
Applications for 2020 are now closed. A new round will open in 2021, please sign up to our newsletter to be notified when applications open.
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Become an industry partner for the Master of Science (Agricultural Innovation). Whether you are interested in offering industry placements, internships, fellowships, mentorships or competitive challenges to contribute to project development in your business, we’re keen to hear from you. Teaching and sponsorship opportunities are also available.
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The Australian National University is currently developing an Agriculture Innovation and Food Systems Education Program. As part of this development we want to work with key players in Australian Agriculture, so that we can design and implement a responsive program that produces graduates who can service industry’s current and future needs.