Applications are open now for Ngāi Tahu Research Centre scholarships.
Scholarships are available for postgraduate and doctoral students.
Scholarship recipients may be studying any discipline at the University of Canterbury, but applicants whose projects promote mātauranga Māori within the sciences, commerce, law or engineering and are linked to the mission and current research foci of the Ngāi Tahu Research Centre will be given preference.
Find more information and to apply click here.
Applications for 2021 close on 31 October 2020.
The following three prestigious postgraduate travelling scholarships are open now and close on 1 November 2020.
They provide exciting opportunities for graduates in Arts, Chemistry, Mathematics, Physics or a medical/health-related field to undertake further postgraduate study at either a UK institution in the case of the Sims Empire Scholarship, or an overseas institution in the case of the Tytheridge Travelling Scholarship in Arts and the Lord Rutherford Memorial Research Fellowship.
These opportunities will take place in 2021, subject to the opening of borders at the time.
Eligible applicants can read the regulations and login and apply at the following links now:
Lord Rutherford Memorial Research Fellowship
Sims Empire Scholarship
Tytheridge Travelling Scholarship in Arts
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