Kloeden Foundation Forestry Grant


The Kloeden Foundation Forestry Grant supports undergraduate and postgraduate domestic and international students with a bona fide interest in developing a career in forestry and plantation management.

Field of study



The Award is available each year to an ANU student who:
  1. is a domestic or international student; and
  2. has completed a minimum of 72 units of studies in their undergraduate program; or
  3. is a commencing or continuing postgraduate student; and
  4. is enrolled/enrolling in one of the following programs:
    • Bachelor of Environment of Sustainability or Bachelor of Environment of Sustainability (Advanced) (Honours)
    • Bachelor of Science or Bachelor of Science (Advanced) (Honours)
    • Master of Forestry or Master of Forestry (Advanced)
    • Master of Environment or Master of Environment (Advanced)


The recipients of the Kloeden Foundation Forestry Grant gain industry recognition, financial award and opportunity to work within the sector via summer internships. The Forestry sector requires a broad range of graduate skills and knowledge. Graduates from listed programs here routinely acquire those skills but often overlook the employment opportunities.

How to apply

Applications should comprise: 
  1. A covering letter addressing the selection criteria (eligibility, academic achievement, and interest in a career in forestry and plantation management), 
  2. A curriculum vitae, 
  3. A statement of academic results or academic transcript.
The application and all supporting documentation should be emailed to fses.coursework.enquiries@anu.edu.au on or prior to the closing date published on the ANU scholarships website.
Email subject should be labelled as Kloeden Grant application.

Further information

Selection is made on the basis of applicants meeting the eligibility criteria, academic merit and the quality of the responses outlining the applicant's interest in a career in forestry and plantation management. 
The Award is offered to a student by a selection committee chaired by the Director of the Fenner School of Environment & Society, which will also include the convenors of ENVS1003 and ENVS3041, the Associate Director of Education of the Fenner School of Environment & Society.
The selection committee reserves the right to make no award if it considers there is no applicant of sufficient merit. The selection committee may also vary the number of Awards and/or offer the Award at other times in exceptional circumstances or based on the standard of applications or students (where funds allow).