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Toioho Ki Apiti Undergraduate Scholarship

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November 19 2020 to February 12 2021
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$5,000 | One year's duration | Three awards

Undergraduate | Full-time

Scholarship search | Toioho Ki Apiti Undergraduate Scholarship

Toioho Ki Apiti Undergraduate Scholarship

The Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts is a 4-year degree that focuses on the visual expressions of mana whakapapa, mana tiriti, mana whenua and mana tangata. The programme of study introduces the student to sculpture, installation, painting, digital media and digital photography. Students are also required to study Te Reo Māori, Te Tiriti o Waitangi, Māori Culture and Contemporary Drawing electives.

We're looking for someone who is passionate about contemporary Māori arts.

These are undergraduate scholarships. You will be enrolling for full time study in a Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts.

When selecting our recipients we will consider your academic achievements and artistic ability. We will also take into account your goals in relation to your study at Massey University.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a portfolio of 6 - 10 images of your artwork
  • a brief (no more than one page) curriculum vitae\\\ (CV) illustrating your academic achievements
  • a 300 word personal statement outlining your interest in contemporary Māori arts, and what you hope to gain from undertaking your study
  • a brief statement on your future goals and how these relate to your study
  • a copy of your High School results. This should be your NCEA Level 3 results or equivalent
  • a reference of support from an appropriately qualified person and/or organisation (e.g., art teacher, Te Reo teacher, dean, principal, gallery director, community leader, kaumatua of the applicant’s Iwi/Hapu/Marae (optional)

View the regulations for more details

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