Applicants must be:
- Obtaining their first doctoral qualification
- Domestic students or international students
Confirmation of the scholarship is dependent on approval to register as a doctoral candidate and completion of the enrollment procedure.
Value: NZ$20,000 stipend per annum plus domestic tuition fees waiver (excludes sundry fees and insurance)
Number offered: Varies
Closing date: Anytime for PhD/DMA applicants. 1 November for all other doctoral programmes
Selection is based predominantly on academic merit and the applicant’s potential for research.
These scholarships are also available for candidates for professional doctorates (DClinDent, EdD) who will be engaged in full-time thesis study in the year following application. Up-to-date application forms will be available from August 2011.
- Download the Doctoral Scholarship Application Form for domestic applicants
- Download the Doctoral Scholarship Application Form for international applicants.
These forms must be attached to a separate application for admission to the PhD or DMA; application for admission for these degrees should only be considered following discussion with a prospective department.
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Disclaimer: Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently.