Scholarships are usually awarded in recognition of academic ability or achievement. Some focus on other factors, including personal qualities, financial need, where you live and the course of study that you choose.
Most scholarships are applied to tuition fees, and some may also be used to cover accommodation and living costs. They may also be in the form of textbooks or the sponsor’s product.
The majority of scholarships are tenable for one year, with some available for the duration of your undergraduate degree provided certain standards are maintained. Listed below are some scholarships available for international students:
English for further study award
Any student who successfully completes a minimum of 12 weeks EAP will receive a fees rebate award, to the value of NZ$5400, when they enrol in either the Certificate in University Studies, Diploma in University Studies, Telford Certificate and Diploma, or an undergraduate degree.
International taught master merit scholarships
Qualifying international students will be awarded with a NZ$10,000 scholarship towards the overall cost of their study in any 180 credits taught master’s programmes. Students must have at least a GPA of 75% or B+ average in the last year of their bachelor’s degree to meet the requirements.
I Want to Study in New Zealand - Competition
This is a video competition for Korean students planning to study English for Academic Purposes courses at Lincoln University for longer than three months.
Applicants must submit a video of up to 60 seconds in length that demonstrates why New Zealand is the student's first-choice study destination.
Five awards are offered for five outstanding students. One overall winner will receive tuition fee up to the value of NZ$8,000
Application deadline: 31 January 2017
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Korea-New Zealand Agricultural Cooperation Scholarships (KNZACS)
Korea-New Zealand Agricultural Cooperation Scholarships (KNZACS) The KNZACS are jointly funded by the governments of the Republic of Korea and New Zealand. This will give Korean students the opportunity to pursue masters and PhD study at Lincoln University in the fields of animal science and forestry. These scholarships will promote greater understanding between Korea and New Zealand, and strengthen the trade and economic relationship in these sectors.
The scholarship covers:
* Full tuition fees and associated student levies for duration of study
* Stipend of (NZ$30,000 per year). This must also cover flights, medical and travel insurance (mandatory) and accommodation.
Application deadline: 28 April 2017
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