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The Massey Business School (MBS) Future Leaders Scholarship aims to recognise and support future leaders enrolling in full-time undergraduate degrees, who have a previous record of leadership and high academic achievement.
40 scholarships are offered annually, with the goal to award at least 25 per cent to students of Māori and Pasifika descent.
The Future Leaders Scholarship is offered annually and valued to a maximum of $5,000. It is to be used to assist undergraduate students undertaking programmes of study at Massey Business School, including those which are jointly taught with other Colleges.
All applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who are transitioning to Massey University from secondary school; and who are intending to enrol:
Students intending to study full-time via distance must contact the Marketing and Communication Manager, Massey Business School at firstname.lastname@example.org to discuss their application and eligibility.
All applicants must meet the entry criteria for the programme they are intending to enrol in at Massey University.
1. Applicants for the Future Leaders Scholarship must have attained an NCEA Level 2 Certificate with a merit endorsement or better (or equivalent qualification), and in the opinion of their school, must be clearly capable of achieving University Entrance.
2. Applicants must also have been the leader of a school academic or cultural group, or captain of one of the school’s sports teams, or a leader within a community group or organisation.
Successful recipients are those have met the eligibility criteria, and who clearly demonstrate their potential for leadership development through their programme of study at Massey Business School, future participation in the Leadership Development programme, and/or involvement in a service role and/or Massey University club.
All recipients must fully engage in the Future Leaders Leadership programme and be actively involved in a service role and/or Massey University Club to remain eligible (from the time of commencing an eligible programme of study).
20 August in the year prior to the Award.
To register your interest or for more information contact us.
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Last updated on Tuesday 21 May 2019
Myeonggyun (Matthew) Lee (seen here with head of the Massey Business School, Ted Zorn) was the winner for 2013.
He was part of the winning team in the Global Enterprise Challenge run by the Young Enterprise Trust on Massey University's Albany campus last year that came up with an idea for a micro-business startup to create jobs for young people.
Wellington Captains Club members: Back row: Georgia Forrester (second year CC student), Genevieve Coleman, Loren Hunt, Andrea Ornido (second year CC student), Carrie-Ann Carrasco, Charlotte Wright.
Manawatu Captains Club members: Back row: Mitchell Williams, Matthias Hipp, Reihana Adlam, Jono King
Third row: Chelsea Walls, Nicole Schaef, Emma Lourie, Patrick Taylor, Travis Taylor
Second row: Abigail White, Mridhula Mishra, Grace King, Zivannah Walker,
Front row: Nicole Booker, Fraser Dymond, Aliesh Mallon
Albany Captains Club members:
Back row: Sam Kerse, Josh Higgie, Matthew Harris
Front row: Rebekah Lilly, Eryn Crombie