The Lovell and Berys Clark Scholarships were established from a gift from the late Mr Lovell Clark and Mrs Berys Clark in December 2002. Mr and Mrs Clark, who farmed together in South Auckland for many years, wished to make a major contribution to the scholarship of students undertaking study at a postgraduate level. Mr Clark was never able to undertake formal tertiary study himself and wishes to make it possible for others to enjoy what he had missed. Mrs Clark completed a degree by distance at Massey University and values the opportunity she had.
Who we're looking for
We’re looking for a domestic postgraduate student studying full time or part time.
You must be:
- a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
- studying science, biotechnology, agriculture, humanities, arts, or business at postgraduate level
Include the following with your application:
- a personal statement on your study and career aspirations and why obtaining this scholarship will help your goals
- a research outline (if applicable) highlighting the benefit of the research to New Zealand
- your CV
- an academic reference
Selection will be based on academic merit. The merit of any postgraduate research will be considered for its New Zealand characteristic or its foreseeable benefit to New Zealand.