Here you can find scholarships that support people to study at tertiary level in New Zealand.
- General information
- Teaching and education
- Overseas study and international students
- Givme is a searchable database of over 2,200 awards, scholarships and grants for individuals in New Zealand.
- Careers New Zealand provides information and advice to help you make good decisions about work, study and training. It also provides a list of scholarships, grants and awards
- Your tertiary education organisation may also have scholarships. This information may be on your organisation's website, or through a scholarships office on campus.
- Universities New Zealand has information on scholarships for study in New Zealand's universities or overseas.
- The Reserve Bank of New Zealand offers scholarships to students who are majoring in Economics, Finance or Banking at Honours, Masters or PhD level. There are also separate scholarships for second year Māori and Pasifika students to encourage study in these fields.
- Toitū Kaupapa Māori Mātauranga - Māori Education Trust provides financial assistance for Māori students undertaking tertiary study.
- The Sir Apirana Ngata Memorial Scholarship is for Māori students studying in any field in any tertiary education institution. Preference is given to descendents of Māori World War One veterans.
- Ngārimu VC and 28th (Māori) Battalion Memorial Scholarships are available for enterprising, innovative and influential Māori, who meet the criteria and possess characteristics that are identified as being consistent with those of the 28th Māori Battalion.
- The Ministry for Pacific Peoples offers eight Toloa Tertiary Scholarships for Pacific students to pursue studies in Science, Technology, Engineering and Maths (STEM) subjects.
- Pacific Islands Polynesian Education Foundation and the Norman Kirk Memorial Trust provide financial assistance to Pasifika students who are enrolled at tertiary education institutions in New Zealand.
- Each year, TeachNZ, part of the Ministry of Education, offers scholarships to encourage people to train as teachers in the areas where there is greatest need. Details of these scholarships are available on the TeachNZ website.
- Special Education Scholarships are offered by the Ministry of Education. They are worth $3,000 per year towards tertiary study in Speech-Language Therapy and Sign Language Interpreting.
- New Zealand Educated provides scholarship information for both international and New Zealand students.
- Chevening Scholarships, funded by the Foreign and Commonwealth Office and administered by the British Council, are prestigious awards which enable overseas students to study in the United Kingdom. It offers young New Zealanders annual scholarships in three categories: journalism, politics and post-graduate study.
- Fulbright Graduate Student Awards are provided to New Zealanders and Americans who demonstrate academic excellence and leadership potential to undertake postgraduate study in the other country.
- The New Zealand Aid Programme provides support for citizens of some developing countries to undertake vocational training or tertiary level study in their home country, in New Zealand or in the Pacific region.
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