Applications for AUT International Excellence Scholarships are now open. This scholarship is awarded to international students with excellent academic performance who wish to study in New Zealand.
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) and the Department of Culture and Society are offering scholarships to recognize and support a high performing international student as she begins her journey to become an outstanding AUT graduate. increase.
Application Deadline: November 15, 2022
Eligible Countries: International
Value of Award: $7000 contribution to fees
Duration of Award: Tenure is for one year only
Numbers of Awards: 35
- Applicants must be full fee-paying international students (Note: International students are students who are neither citizens, permanent residents nor resident visa holders of New Zealand or Australia).
- Applicants must have a current and valid conditional or unconditional offer to study in a Faculty of Culture and Society programme (undergraduate level or above, excluding doctoral and at least 120 points).
- Applicants will be asked to provide their AUT Student ID in the box provided on the application form. 4. Scholarships are awarded on academic merit and quality of the applicant’s personal statement (no more than 200 words).
- Applicants are required to declare if they have applied for other forms of scholarships both internally (i.e., awarded by AUT) and externally (e.g., government scholarships).
How to Apply: Application is through the AUT online scholarship portal
opening September. Applicants must complete the AUT International Scholarships – Faculty of Culture and Society application available online via the link on this page. Applicants are required to upload: a) Current and valid conditional or unconditional offer to study at AUT. b) Detailed academic transcript with grading scale of the most recent qualification. c) Completion certificate (e.g., bachelor’s degree certificate), if applicable. All documentation must be uploaded by the closing date otherwise the application will be considered ineligible.