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New Zealand Equine Research Foundation Massey Scholarship

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June 30 2021 to September 30 2021
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  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.

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Up to $3,000 | One year's duration | Two awards

Undergraduate | Full-time

Scholarship search | New Zealand Equine Research Foundation Massey Scholarship

New Zealand Equine Research Foundation Massey Scholarship

The Scholarship is awarded by The NZ Equine Research Foundation, a registered Charitable Trust.

We're looking for a fourth-year veterinary science student who wants to work mainly in the equine industry.

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be enrolled in a veterinary science degree.

When choosing our recipient, we will consider your academic achievements, good character and interest in working with horses. We may also consider your financial need.

Eligibility

You must:

  • be studying full-time
  • be studying in a specific subject area
  • be in the fourth of your degree
  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.

Application checklist

Please include the following with your application:

  • a short essay (no more than 500 words) on why you want to work in the equine industry and why you deserve to be awarded this scholarship
  • a detailed budget demonstrating financial need and how you would utilise the scholarship
  • your CV
  • a written reference from a practitioner (preferable equine) who you have worked with in the last two years
  • the name and addresses of two other referees with current knowledge of your activities. One of these referees should be an academic staff member in the BVSc course

View the regulations for more details