New Zealand’s Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Paul Goldsmith is offering scholarships for current or prospective international students. Scholarships are available for students to wish to study or who are currently studying and wish to continue studying in New Zealand.
Scholarships Number and Award:
– Through the Promotion ENZ will offer a scholarship worth up to NZD$10,000 towards study in New Zealand.
– The scholarship comprising the Prize will include tuition costs and course-related costs (as applicable) at a New Zealand educational institute of the Entrant’s choice, up to a value of NZD$10,000
– ENZ will pay up to NZD$10,000 directly as a lump sum payment to the New Zealand educational institute on behalf of the winner before 30 June 2018. Transport to and from New Zealand, accommodation, any applicable taxes
2 payable to the relevant New Zealand educational institute and all other costs and expenses associated with using the Prize are the sole responsibility of the Entrant.
Education Level & Subject:
Any Undergraduate, Masters, PhD program or Training courses in New Zealand.
– be aged 18 years of age or older as at 20 July 2017;
– be available to participate in the Prize by taking up or continuing a course of study at a New Zealand educational institute of at least three months’ duration;
– be able to cover, at the Entrant’s own cost, transport to and from New Zealand, accommodation, and all other relevant costs and expenses associated with using the Prize; and
– be able to obtain, or continue to hold, at the Entrant’s own cost, an appropriate student visa to enable the Entrant to stay legally in New Zealand to use the Prize for at least three months.
How to Apply:
Complete and return any application forms required. While this can often be done online, you’ll still need to post or courier some documents, such as:
– Certified copies of academic certificates and transcripts,
– Proof that you can meet the institution’s English language requirements,
– A recent resume or curriculum vitae
20 July of each year.
More information: www.studyinnewzealand.govt.nz