Scholarship Applications
It is your responsibility to find out closing dates - we cannot advertise every scholarship available.

It is also your responsibility to apply for a Principal's or school reference through Careers at least three weeks prior to the closing date - late applications for references will not be accepted.

If an e-mail addresss is required for a school reference or contact the address to use is:

If you are unsure of closing dates please see Careers staff ASAP.

University of Otago - Tu Kahika Programme - Foundation Year Health Sciences Scholarship - Applicants must have Maori whakapapa, be in Year 13, show a commitment to Maori health and Maori development and a commitment to pursue health science study and a career in health.  See Careers for details.

Massey University Scholarships 2017 - Scholarships close on 20 August unless indicated otherwise.
VC Excellence Scholarships -
$7000 per annum for three years
VC High Achievers with Distinction Scholarships - $5000 1st year of study, $2500 2nd year of study
VC High Achievers Scholarship - $3000 first year of study
Academyof Sport Scholarship - $5000 first year of study
Albany VC Innovation and Academic Excellence - $5000 1st year of study at Albany Campus
Business School Future Leaders Scholarship - $5000 1st year of study
Accommodation Scholarship - $5000
Commercial Music
L'Affare Photography - $5000.  Closes 1st October
Toioho Ki Apiti Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts - $5000.  Closes 30 November.

Sir Robert Jones Scholarship for Daughters of Refugees - Must have excellent academic and co-curricular record and proof of background and financial and/or personal hardship.  Go to for more information.  Scholarship is for full university fees plus accommodation costs.  See Careers for details and to apply for the required school reference.

Keystone Scholarship - full fees scholarship for people studying a property related degee e.g. architecture, civil engineering, construction, property (approx. $20,000).  Criteria - good written and verbal communication skills, good academic results, co-curricular involvement, leadership potential, demonstrated significant level of financial and/or circumstantial hardship.  If you would like to apply for this scholarship come to A20 on Thursday 8 June at 12.30pm to get more details.