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There are a number of scholarships available at Massey University just for Māori students.
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.
See Phd Advert FFC Maori.pdf (307 KB) for full details of the scholarship and application process.
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Last updated on Thursday 12 November 2020