The student must be enrolled or intending to enrol in the final year of the Bachelor of Business (Agriculture) or the Bachelor of Business (Agribusiness) in 2022.

Closing date 9th December 2022
Interview date Week beginning 16th January 2022
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Rabobank is a global financial services leader and among the world’s 30 largest financial institutions based on Tier 1 Capital with operations in 39 countries. From their agricultural roots to their current position as a premier lender to the world’s food and agriculture industry, Rabobank remains true to its core mission: creating value for their customers, employees and the communities in which they do business. Rabobank is looking for bright, talented and enthusiastic students whose values align with their own. Their aim is to bring together the recipient’s talent and Rabobank’s resources to ‘growing a better world together’ by offering scholarships, internships and group research work. Students will focus on areas and topics that are critical to the ongoing success of agriculture not only in Australia, but also globally. Additionally they have opportunities for non-research assignments and internships, offering students the opportunity to experience what it is like working for a global food and agribusiness bank.

Selected students could secure a paid position with Rabobank in one of their 61 branches across Australia.

Rabobank is excited to be offering opportunities to talented undergraduate students.


Rabobank is looking for students who have an interest in sustainable agriculture, with topics including carbon emissions, water usage and biodiversity. Or there may be other innovative research topics applicants believe can support the agribusiness sector.

Applicants must indicate a topic of interest on which they will conduct a practical based research assignment if successful.

How to Apply