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    Focus on Moy Park placement with scholarship opportunity via the BPC Scholarship Scheme

    8 November 2017

    Fantastic opportunity to secure a paid placement via the British Poultry Council scholarship scheme with one of the UK’s top 15 food companies, plus a contribution towards your fees of up to £9k!

    Based in Northern Ireland you will work in a variety of roles throughout the Agriculture GB remit, including mills, breeders, hatcheries, broilers and estate management. You will experience all aspects of the agriculture business at Moy Park.

    If you have a particular area of interest the programme can be flexible and there is the opportunity to agree a bespoke placement to accommodate your interests/preferences.  Moy Park’s agricultural heritage stretches back to 1943, they supply around 25% of the total Western European chicken parent market and they are the UK’s largest producer of organic and free range chicken. For more detail on the job or to apply visit the student dashboard

    Emily Hughes is now in the final year of Agri-Food Marketing foundation degree at Harper Adams after being awarded the scholarship in 2016 and she has recently completed her placement at Moy Park.

    Emily said: 

    “I first heard of the award at the scholarship fair held at Harper Adams. I was really interested in a scholarship as I knew it would look really good on my future CV and that the extra money would be useful for tuition fees. 

    “The advisors on the stand taught me about Moy Park as a company and I learned how big it was on a global scale. I was really impressed by the information provided to me and I knew that if my application was accepted, I would be well taught throughout my placement and would meet loads of useful contacts to carry my career forward.”

    Pictured below is BSc Honours Agriculture with Farm Business Management student Ifan Huws who is currently on placement at Moy Park. He attended the recent Scholarship Fair at Harper Adams to share his experience at Moy Park so far with students looking to secure their own placements.

    Don't miss out!  Applications for the British Poultry Council Scholarship Scheme must be submitted electronically no later than 12 noon on Friday 10 November

    When you are ready to submit your application please do so through your student dashboard

    Support is always available from the Placement Office and your Placement Manager.


    Focus on Moy Park placement with scholarship opportunity via the BPC Scholarship Scheme



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