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Sustainability, Māori, Women in Business, Distance
Level of Study
To support a Māori student, a female business student and a distance student in undergraduate study at Massey University.
These scholarships were established as part of the partnership between Massey University and Air New Zealand to support undergraduate students who are studying in areas that help our organisations reach their shared vision for sustainability.
Tenure and value
$5000 per annum
Typical number on offer
These scholarships target domestic and international undergraduate students studying full or part-time, in any field of study at Massey University, who can demonstrate their commitment to and advancement of sustainability for Aotearoa New Zealand.
Specifically, the students should be engaged in advancing our understandings of how to sustain our people, our place and our economy, as outlined in the Sustainability Framework developed by Air New Zealand. For example, the scholarships target students learning about and advancing progressive workplace practices, inclusive communities, an ultra-low carbon economy, biodiversity, tourism and world-class health and safety standards. Students are encouraged to read Air New Zealand’s Sustainability Report.
Annually, a scholarship will be awarded to a Māori student, a female business student and a distance student.
Eligible students may apply for the award in consecutive years.
Recipients will be selected based on a statement of their personal commitment to sustainability, their academic merit and how their commitment to sustainability will be achieved through their study at Massey. Applicants may be invited to an interview with the selection committee.
The selection panel includes the Chair of the University Scholarships Committee or nominee, a representative of Air New Zealand, and a nominee from the Office of the Deputy Vice-Chancellor Māori.
The selection panel has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants of sufficient merit. Their decision is final.
Conditions of the scholarship
Recipients are to maintain academic performance of a passing standard. Recipients may be asked to provide a report to Air New Zealand explaining the impact the scholarship has had on their commitment to sustainability.
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Last updated on Tuesday 18 June 2019