Please find below an opportunity for your students who are keen to study Tourism in 2018. Please encourage them to apply
Applications are open for the 2018 Scholarships
The Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Scholarship is available to help young New Zealanders get their first year of tourism-related tertiary study off to a fantastic start.
The Scholarship covers $2500 of full tuition fees for the first year of study.
Up to three Scholarships will be awarded this year.
The Scholarships are for New Zealand citizens and permanent residents who have successfully completed NCEA Level 2 and are planning to commence a tourism related course of study at an NZQA accredited tertiary institute in New Zealand in 2018.
Applications close 3 October 2017.
BNZ and PwC New Zealand have announced a new scholarship programme established at the University of Canterbury to honour former BNZ Board Chairman and respected PwC Managing Partner John Waller, ONZM, FCA
For five years from 2018, BNZ and PwC will fund three competitive scholarships per year to school leavers choosing to study Commerce, Science or Law at the University of Canterbury.
The John Waller Memorial Scholarships provide $18,000 to each student, as well as summer internships at BNZ and PwC, and mentoring from BNZ and PwC staff.
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07 August 2017
The 2017 Kelliher Economics Foundation Scholarship
We would like to draw your attention to the Economics scholarships we offer to students who have an aptitude in Economics and who wish to pursue tertiary studies in this subject.
The Kelliher Economics Foundation was set up by the late Sir Henry J Kelliher in 1965 to advance knowledge of Economics to the wider community. Today the Foundation continues to offer financial support to students wishing to study Economics at a New Zealand tertiary institute.
The Scholarship covers a period of up to three years, with the annual value of each scholarship being the full tuition fees cost per annum, being paid directly to the tertiary institution. In order for students to maintain their grant they must include economics in their study programme each semester/trimester and achieve satisfactory academic results across all papers.
We are now accepting applications for the Kelliher Economics Foundation Awards for 2017 and would encourage you to promote this scholarship to worthy students. If you have students you view as ideal candidates, please access an application form at www.kct.co.nz. If further information is required, please contact me on 09 373 5727 or email email@example.com.
The closing date for applications is Tuesday, 12 September 2017.
Applicants will be notified of the judges’ decision by the end of October 2017, with finalist’s ratification in January 2018, once external Year 13 academic results are received.
We hope this provides a welcome opportunity for some of your students and appreciate your support in providing the scholarship details to them.
We are now accepting applications for our Product Design Scholarships. We have 10 x $10,000 scholarships to giveaway to students.
Applications for a scholarship will be assessed on a mix of academic performance in NCEA plus a small portfolio. This portfolio could be a school project or something they have worked on at home. Maybe a media or graphics design, a mobile phone app they made, a business idea they have worked on: something they are proud to show us that displays their innovation and creativity as well as the quality of their work.
The closing date for this scholarship, and many others, is 15 August. If you know anyone that is interested in the Bachelor of Product Design, please let them know www.canterbury.ac.nz/future-students/fees-and-funding/scholarships-at-uc we are encouraging anyone interested in a Bachelor of Product Design to apply.
Interested students can also start their application process now for the 2018 intake, just go to MyUC www.canterbury.ac.nz/future-students/apply-and-enrol/what-is-myuc
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Do you know someone who is interested in a career in the food or farming industry? Our Plate to Pasture Youth Scholarship awards $5000 to six young people around New Zealand to assist with developing their careers in food or farming industry. Scholarship applications are open to people wanting to develop their career in the food or farming industry with interests in; red meat, farming, agriculture, marketing and sales, research and development, food processing, cooking and food technology. Applications close 1 August.
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