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There are a number of scholarships available at Massey University just for Māori students.
There are two Pūrehuroa Māori Postgraduate Study Awards available to support postgraduate study.
Each year the Te Rau Puawai Workforce Programme provides bursaries and learning support for students who are seeking to commence or complete a Massey university qualification in a field of Māori mental health. For details see Te Rau Puawai.
Applicants are invited to apply for a fully funded 3 year PhD scholarship in Consumer & Sensory Science based at Massey University focusing on consumer engagement with emerging and established alternative protein foods and ingredients. An important component of the research will be to integrate Māori product concepts and storytelling into consumer research investigations to inform viable product development options for Māori food and beverage entities, including growers.
Applications close 20th September with a start date of 1 November 2020.
Phd Advert FFC Maori.pdf (307 KB) Full details of the Scholarship and application process.
Massey's School of Communication, Journalism and Marketing and the School of English and Media Studies are offering four scholarships of $1000 to encourage Māori tauira studying communication management, expressive arts, journalism, linguistics, digital marketing, media studies or public relations in the Bachelor of Communication.
•be of Māori descent and be registered in the university’s database as being of Māori descent.
•be enrolled either full time or part time, via internal or distance mode, for continuing study in the Bachelor of Communication
•must have completed at least 120 credits of study towards the Bachelor of Communication.
Closing date - 30 November 2020
Full details of the Piki Ake Kake Ake Scholarship
To view details about the other scholarships available to Māori students go to the scholarships and awards search, select Maori as the Ethnicity and click Submit.
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Last updated on Tuesday 01 September 2020