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Scholarship search | Julie Alley Bursary

Julie Alley Bursary

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January 25 2022 to March 31 2022
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Up to $10,000 | One year's duration | Two awards

Manawatū campus

Postgraduate | Research | Part-time | Full-time

Scholarship search | Julie Alley Bursary

Julie Alley Bursary

Julie Alley died in 1996, aged 28 years. She graduated from Massey University with a Master of Science (Ecology). She was fully committed to the conservation of New Zealand's indigenous flora and fauna, working for three years as a research scientist.

We're looking for candidates who are undertaking research in the Wildlife and Ecology Group at Massey University's Manawatū campus. You will be facing financial hardship.

This is a postgraduate scholarship. You will be studying ecology.

When choosing our recipient, we will primarily consider your level of financial hardship. Your academic achievements may also be considered. Preference may be given to those working on a field-based project as part of a team committed to conservation. This bursary may not be granted each and every year.

Eligibility

You must:

  • study on Manawatū campus
  • be studying in a specific subject area
  • be facing financial hardship
  • be an enrolled Massey University student.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a research outline
  • your CV
  • your academic transcripts for any tertiary study completed\\\\\\\\ outside of Massey University
  • an academic reference, preferably from your supervisor or a member of your research team
  • a personal statement that identifies your financial circumstances and clearly demonstrates need. Please provide an overview of your financial circumstances (a clear picture, but not necessarily fine detail) which shows that you have a greater need than your peers

View the regulations for more details