The Kellogg Rural Leadership Programme has been developing leaders for the rural and agri-food sector since 1979.
Over the last four decades, some of New Zealand’s most successful farm innovators, industry, business, and political leaders have graduated from the Kellogg Programme.
up to 3
intakes per year
students per course
day programme over 6 months
About the Kellogg Programme
There are currently up to three intakes of 24 scholars each year. Cohorts are carefully selected to maximise diversity across industries, level of experience, geographical location, gender and ethnicity.
The residential format of the Programme creates cohort networks and friendships across the country and industries through the mix of farmers, growers, producers and agribusiness professionals.
We have a strong and proud history, and we continually evolve the Programme with new content and the format is reviewed after each course to meet changing industry and participant needs.
Initially founded by the Kellogg Foundation in the USA, Lincoln University secured the rights to run the course in New Zealand from 1979 until 2013 when New Zealand Rural Leadership Trust took over programme development and delivery.
Kellogg Programme accreditation
In 2021 it became possible to concurrently achieve your Kellogg qualification and a Post Graduate Certificate in Commerce from Lincoln University, for those who opt-in and meet the entry criteria.
The report summaries enclosed in this edition of the Kellogg Rural Scholars Series, are a sample of the research by Kellogg Scholars from the Dairy Industry. They grapple with the big issues facing New Zealand Dairy and are written by people living and working in the industry.
The reports cover a range of topics as wide and topical as innovation, markets, people, sustainability, and social issues. This edition offers 14 summaries of the Scholars’ full reports.
Visit https://ruralleaders.co.nz/kellogg-our-insights/ for the full reports.
The reports contained in this first edition of the Kellogg Rural Scholars Series, traverse topics as wide and as timely as horticultural futures, social impacts on Iwi, the potential for impact investing, technical production, and profitability topics.
This edition offers 14 summaries of the Scholars’ full reports. These full reports can be found at https://ruralleaders.co.nz/kellogg-our-insights/
Māori Agribusiness insights from Kellogg Scholars
The reports contained in this edition of the Kellogg Rural Scholars Series, précis research by Kellogg Scholars. The research covers topics that range from, the Māori economy, indigenous branding, Te Ao Māori, Whenua Māori, and social issues.
The reports are written by Scholars who seek to reflect a Te Ao Māori (world view)
and/or Tikanga (Māori values) lens on many of the important challenges in Food and Fibre. They are written by people living and working in the Sector.
This edition offers 15 summaries of the Scholars’ full reports. The full reports can be found at https://ruralleaders.co.nz/kellogg-our-insights/