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See below for details of scholarships and bursaries offered to eligible students in the School of English and Media Studies.
The School of English and Media Studies is currently seeking applicants for Masters (one year fulltime) scholarships at Massey University Wellington (New Zealand) for a research project that is externally funded by the Marsden Fund of the New Zealand Royal Society and entitled, “Geographies of Media Convergence: Spaces of Democracy, Connectivity and the Reconfiguration of Cultural Citizenship.”
This award is a memorial to Margaret Richards, a member of the University staff from 1960 to 1975. The bursary provides financial support to students who are enrolled in a course of undergraduate or postgraduate study in English at Massey University.
This award is from a bequest to Massey University by Dr William Broughton, who was an academic staff member in the then Department of English from 1963 to 2004.
The Bursary provides financial support to students who take a course in New Zealand literary studies as part of a programme of undergraduate or postgraduate study in English or Expressive Arts.
For further scholarships, please search Massey's scholarships database.
The R.G. Frean Prize in English is awarded to students who have produced excellent critical, expository, or creative writing for undergraduate courses in English (with the prefix 139) or Expressive Arts. If you have received an A or A grade for an essay or a piece of creative writing in one of these courses, you should consider applying. Note that the application deadline is 31 March for work produced in the previous academic year.
This award is for the student who receives the highest grades in 200-level English courses in one academic year. No application is required.
The winner receives $150 in book vouchers from Bennetts University Bookshop.
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Last updated on Monday 09 January 2017