Discover Studying Abroad

New Zealand universities invite applications for 35 scholarships

All 8 universities in the country are offering a total of 35 scholarships for a range of graduate and postgraduate programmes starting in February 2018.
BY BrainGain Magazine Staff Writer |   04-10-2017

To help advance Indian students’ careers through specialist studies, all eight New Zealand universities are jointly offering 35 scholarships for a range of graduate and postgraduate programmes starting in February 2018. The initiative, called New Zealand Excellence Awards (NZEA), encourages ambitious and capable Indian students to study at world-class universities in New Zealand.

The Auckland University of Technology is offering four scholarships in the School of Engineering, Mathematics and Computing Science.

The University of Canterbury is offering six scholarships in the fields of management, science, accounting and information systems, engineering, commerce, health sciences, and education.

Lincoln University is offering five scholarships in the Faculty of Agriculture and Life Science, Faculty of Environment, Society and Design, and Faculty of Agribusiness and Commerce.

The University of Otago is offering four scholarships in business and commerce, health sciences, humanities, and science.

Massey University is offering four scholarships in science and engineering, creative arts and design, and health.

The University of Waikato is offering three scholarships in the school of management, faculty of computing and mathematical sciences, faculty of science and engineering, faculty of arts and social sciences, faculty of law, and faculty of education.

The University of Auckland is offering four scholarships in engineering and science, and Victoria University of Wellington is offering five scholarships in any of its postgraduate programs.

Scholarship applications should include an offer letter from the university and a completed scholarship application form. Applications to study at New Zealand universities are due by October 30, and the scholarship applications are due by November 15 this year. Details of the scholarships are available here.

New Zealand universities are among the top 3% of universities in the world according to the QS World Rankings. Launched in 2016 as a collaboration between Education New Zealand and the eight New Zealand universities, NZEA scholarships were awarded to a number of outstanding Indian students from 59 cities across India.The applicants were from a range of fields including environment management, digital forensics, oenology, viticulture, and geological science.

For information about studying in New Zealand, click here.

Want to study in New Zealand? Check out the links below!
A bit about applying to university in New Zealand
31 Indian students in New Zealand win excellence awards
A chat with University of Canterbury's Vice-Chancellor Dr. Rod Carr
International student's PhD thesis to help develop renewable energy resources
University of Otago’s physics breakthrough highlights the importance of fundamental research
6 questions with University of Auckland materials science researcher Sudip Ray
‘Quality is at the heart of what we do’: Grant McPherson of Education New Zealand
7 reasons to study in New Zealand



Can't Read  
Enter Above Code:


Sign Up for our newsletter

Sign Up for latest updates and Newsletter