Earning a postgraduate taught coursework degree helps you to gain specialized knowledge to advance in your field. So, don’t miss the opportunity to apply for the Taught Postgraduate Scholarship administered by the University of Waikato. The grants are open for the session 2020-2021.
The scholarships support Brilliant International student who wishes to study part- and full-time at postgraduate level at the University of Waikato. Awards will be given based on academic merit.
University of Waikato
The University of Waikato is a comprehensive university in Hamilton, New Zealand. The university is ranked among 375 out of 1000 world’s best universities. It offers undergraduate, postgraduate taught and research program in a wide range of subject areas. It also provides hundreds of grants to students each year to help finance costs related to education and study. It gives students a world-famous learning environment that allows helps students reach their full potential.
- The Candidate must be an International citizen and either permanent residence or Citizen of New Zealand.
- Applicant must be registered in full time or part-time postgraduate degree program at the university.
- Applicant must be enrolled in 500 level taught papers or 400 level taught papers.
- Applicants must have a minimum Grade Point Average (GPA) A required.
- Past recipients can apply for subsequent Postgraduate Scholarships if the eligibility requirements are still fulfilled.
- Students enrolling in Master of Business and Management (MBM) or Master of Professional Management (MPM) programs can only apply for a maximum of 60 points per Scholarship Round.
Acceptable Course and Subjects
The scholarships are open for studying a postgraduate taught degree program in the following fields:
- Visual Studies
Why Study at the University of Waikato?
Waikato University gives its students, indoors and outdoors, enjoyable leisure activities. It teaches over 2,000 students in more than 34 countries worldwide. It offers an academic and learning environment integrating science, technology and humanities. During this situation, students are more likely to seek external funding sources.
Benefits of the Programs
The scholarship value will be awarded as follows:
- The scholarship will be applied to a recipient’s tuition fees, including the student as soon as practicable in the year of tenure.
- Recipients may only receive funding for up to a maximum of 60 points.
- The value of the scholarship will be as follows:
- Total 60 points = $3,000
- Total 45 points = $2,250
- Total 30 points = $1,500
- Total 15 points = $750
How to Apply for the Scholarship
For applying to theses studentships, candidates are needed to follow these steps:
Step 1: Apply for Admission
Step 2: Apply for a scholarship
After taking admission, Applicants must be filled online application form and must be submitted before to the commencement of the papers for which funding is being sought.
Apply for scholarship
Step 3: Submit required documents
- High school Diploma Certificate
- School transcripts already available
- Transcripts from prior school (only if requested)
- Post-Secondary Transcription
- Official survey results
- Start / Course Vitae
- Applicants must meet the entry requirement and hold all the required documents at the time of admission.
- If your mother tongue is not English, then you must demonstrate the evidence of English language proficiency.
- Applicants must hold a bachelor degree certificate.
You will need a valid visa to study in New Zealand. Until you approve your offer and pay tuition fees, you should apply for a visa. You can make an application directly, or they can assist you in the visa application process when you use a recruitment agency. Applying for your student visa from outside New Zealand online is the most affordable choice.
Application deadline: October 31, 2020
Contact address: +64 7 858 5096 or firstname.lastname@example.org
University location: Te Mata Kairangi School of Graduate Research, The University of Waikato, Private Bag 3105, Hamilton 3240, New Zealand