Many scholarships for international students - including PhD scholarships and scholarships for Masters’ degrees - are offered by the New Zealand Government, other governments, educational institutions and philanthropists. Experiences and connections. Whether it’s meeting the Prime Minister of New Zealand or networking with business leaders.
In 2016 New Zealand Development Scholarships applications can be made online from 1st February 2016.Applications close on 30th April 2016.Any eligible country can apply online. Qualification types. New Zealand Development Scholarships are available for the following qualifications:. Postgraduate Certificate (6 months).
Application Deadline: Varying by Country. As part of the CSFP programme, New Zealand offers New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships to candidates from developing Commonwealth countries for postgraduate study (Masters and PhD) in New Zealand universities on a contestable basis. New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships are highly competitive and for top level graduates.
New Zealand Scholarships build potential leaders. Our scholars leave with a world-class education, lifelong friendships and vital skills to strengthen their careers and home countries. A New Zealand Scholarship will change and enrich your life. Hear from our scholars why they love studying in New Zealand on scholarship.
Degree Level: New Zealand Scholarships for international students is available to undertake Undergraduate, PhD, Bachelor, Masters, Postgraduate level programs at University of Auckland, Auckland University of Technology, Lincoln University New Zealand, Massey University, University of Canterbury, University of Otago, University of Waikato, Victoria University of Wellington.
The New Zealand Government offers these New Zealand Scholarships. New Zealand Scholarships for undergraduate and postgraduate study These are full tertiary scholarships for eligible international students to study fulltime at a New Zealand education institution or a Pacific university.
Participation in this scholarship scheme is a decision made by each individual university and a university may withdraw at any time. The granting of a scholarship under this programme is at the discretion of the university. Applications for Commonwealth Scholarships for doctoral study in New Zealand starting in early 2019 are closed.
You can study in New Zealand on fully funded or partially funded scholarships. Government of New Zealand and Universities in New Zealand offer scholarships to international students and local citizens every year and we have listed here some best PhD Scholarships in New Zealand, Masters Scholarships in New Zealand, and undergraduate level scholarships.
The scholarship was awarded to doctoral candidates to carry out research in a defined area of the law for the benefit of New Zealand and its legal system. The inaugural award of this scholarship was made in 2011 but then the scholarship was withdrawn. In 2016 it was reviewed and was offered again twice a year until February 2019 under different.
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Massey University invites high achieving, excellent Chinese students to apply for PhD study in New Zealand with scholarship support from the China Scholarships Council (CSC) and the University. There are up to 10 scholarships available annually and applications for admission at Massey close on 15 January 2020. Find out more.
The links listed below are for resources to help teachers and students understand what is required for success in New Zealand Scholarship. Performance standard. Exam materials (question books, resource books, reports, schedules, etc) 2019 exam materials (ZIP, 65MB) 2018 exam materials (ZIP, 47MB) 2017 exam materials (ZIP, 40MB) 2016 exam.
The Woolf Fisher Scholarship at Cambridge is available to PhD applicants from New Zealand, in any subject. In addition to applying to the University of Cambridge, an application is required to the Woolf Fisher Trust, via the Universities New Zealand website. There is also the Prince of Wales Cambridge International Scholarship available to PhD.
The Helen Zwartz Scholarship provides funding to enable a librarian working in a public library serving one of New Zealand’s smaller communities to undertake an internship at the National Library of New Zealand, and receive mentoring from National Library staff.
Postgraduate and doctoral scholarships. Find out what PhD and postgraduate scholarships are on offer and how to apply. Doctoral scholarships. There are many scholarships available to you as a doctoral candidate, whether you've just started your PhD, are part way through, or nearing completion.
This Scholarship is no longer offered and information is provided for historic purposes only. The scholarship was awarded to a doctoral candidate to carry out research in a defined area of the law for the benefit of New Zealand and its legal system. The inaugural award of this scholarship was made in 2011 but then withdrawn. In 2016 it was.
This scholarship is open to students from New Zealand, Cook Islands and Niue to undertake research or a graduate degree in Japan. Course fees for the entirety of the scholarship will be covered, along with flights to and from Japan, and a monthly stipend for living costs.
New Zealand Geotechnical Society Research Scholarship. Next Award in 2020. Submissions due 31 October 2020. Download the New Zealand Geotechnical Society Scholarship application form. The NZGS Management Committee provides funding for a scholarship that would enable a member of the Society to undertake postgraduate research in New Zealand that would advance the objectives of the Society.
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