2022/2023 New Zealand Scholarships at AUT for Developing Countries

Application Deadline: Country Specific

Are you an international student from a developing country hoping to study at a reputable university in New Zealand? Then prepare to apply for the New Zealand Scholarships at AUT for the 2022/2023 academic session.

The scholarships are made available to enable international students to study at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland New Zealand.

Scholarship Sponsor(s): New Zealand Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade

Scholarship Type: Partial Scholarship

Host Institution(s): Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand

Scholarship Worth: Not specified

Number of Awards: Several

Study Level: Undergraduate and Postgraduate

Nationality: International Students

ELIGIBILITY CRITERIA  for New Zealand Scholarships at AUT 2022 | 

Interested applicants for the New Zealand Scholarships at AUT are to meet the following eligibility criteria:

  • Applicant must be an international student enrolled in a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate programme at AUT.
  • Priority will be accorded applicants who choose one of the recommended subjects specified by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade.
  • Must demonstrate excellent academic and research capabilities.

Application Procedures for New Zealand Scholarships

How-to-Apply: Interested and eligible applicants for the New Zealand Scholarships at AUT 2022 are to apply for admission into an eligible course at Auckland University of Technology, Auckland, New Zealand.

As part of the application process, applicants need to describe:

  • How their preferred courses relate to one of the recommended study subjects.
  • The skills and knowledge they want to gain from their preferred courses.
  • How these skills and knowledge are important to their country’s development

Applicants are to prepare to apply for the scholarship when it opens in February.

 Apply Here

 

SCHOLARSHIPS BY COUNTRY


UNITED KINGDOM


CANADA


AUSTRALIA


TURKEY


JAPAN


GERMANY


IRELAND


SWEDEN


MALAYSIA


SOUTH AFRICA


UNITED STATES


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