Mt Hutt Bike/Forest Park Research Master's Scholarship in Recreation Demand

This scholarship is available to support a student who displays an interest in advancing the understanding of recreation demand potential through Mt Hutt Bike/Forest Park.

In 2020, Lincoln University established a Living Laboratory to give students the opportunity to engage in problem-solving projects with external partners.

One such partner is Sir Graeme Harrison, who owns Mt Hutt Bike/Forest Park, an area that provides multiple opportunities for studying key issues in the land-based sector. These include the role of policy and planning regulations, recreation demand and meeting the challenges of pest and weed incursion.


$15,000 plus tuition fees

Closing Date

31 October

Selection Criteria

The scholarship is open to full-time students eligible to register for the Master of Applied Science degree.


  • Available to New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.