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Scholarship search | Massey University Undergraduate Scholarship

Massey University Undergraduate Scholarship

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July 10 2021 to October 10 2021
Closes in 2 months

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Current students

  1. Log in to your student portal.
  2. Go to the Scholarships tab, then the Apply for a scholarship tab.
  3. Select this scholarship from the Scholarship list to apply.

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Future students

  1. You must first apply to study your preferred programme.
  2. Wait to receive your Offer of Place at the University and student portal login details.
  3. Log in to your student portal.
  4. Go to the Scholarships tab, then the Apply for a scholarship tab.
  5. Select this scholarship from the Scholarship list to apply.

Admission and enrolment

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$5,000 | Three years' duration | Up to 60 awards

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Scholarship search | Massey University Undergraduate Scholarship

Massey University Undergraduate Scholarship

We're looking for candidates who are enrolling in university study for the first time. You will demonstrate excellence in study, work, community, or other areas of your life.

These are undergraduate scholarships. You will be enrolling in university study for the first time.

When choosing our recipients we will consider your personal factors, evidence of excellence in study, work or community as well as your character.

Eligibility

You must:

  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be undertaking your first university qualification

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a personal statement on why you have decided to commence tertiary study and your goals and objectives for tertiary study
  • evidence of excellence in study, work, leadership and other factors relevant to your tertiary study goals and that demonstrates potential to excel. For example, professional references, community engagement, school awards
  • a character reference. This can be from a teacher, community member, minister, Kaumātua, employer or other
  • a personal statement indicating any characteristics, including cultural identity, individual background and experience, which may support equitable awarding
  • your CV
  • high school results (optional)

View the regulations for more details