Te Rau Puawai scholarship applications

Te Rau Puawai applications for the 2019 academic year have now closed. Applications for 2020 will open in September 2019.

Te Rau Puawai Provision and Obligations

The scholarship provides:

  • Contribution to cover course fees which are paid directly to Massey University
  • Contribution to cover course-related travel costs via submission of a reimbursement form
  • Provision of an Academic Mentor
  • Individual learning and personal support
  • Assistance with course planning
  • An essay writing and study skills workshop
  • Access to Maori Community and Student Networks

Scholarship recipients must endeavour to:

  • Complete the courses undertaken via Massey University
  • Attend classes, Contact Workshops and exams
  • Attend Te Rau Puawai conferences and seminars
  • Maintain regular contact with the Te Rau Puawai Support Team
  • Focus studies and employment in the area of Maori Mental Health
  • Advise Te Rau Puawai Staff and Lecturers immediately of challenges that may affect your study progress

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