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Christchurch Educated Skills Scholarships

The programme is supported by Education New Zealand and the Canterbury Development Corporation, the economic development agency of the Christchurch City Council. Educated Skills Scholarship recipients will have opportunities to undertake internships or gain employment in companies which are experiencing growth due to the current economic climate. The Christchurch Educated Skills Scholarships on offer are designed to address specific skills shortages and therefore the approved courses of study associated with the programme are directly related to these
areas of need.

Degree Masters
Courses Construction, Engineering, ICT and Science
Eligible Countries Open to all Indian citizens
Provider Education New Zealand
Deadline 31-Oct-2015
Covers Two Scholarship of $12,000 each under the Christchurch Mayoral Scholarships and eight $10,000 Chris
Taken at Universities in Christchurch
Official Notice

How to Apply:

(a) Already hold an undergraduate qualification related to one of the identified skill shortage areas
(b) Are able to meet all student visa requirements in order to undertake postgraduate study in New Zealand.
(c) Can obtain an offer of place for an approved programme of study from one of the participating Christchurch tertiary institutions.

Selection Process:

Scholarship applications are to be made directly the student’s chosen institution at the same time as applying for their preferred course. Each institution will select its top applicants to forward on to an independent selection board. The selection board is comprised of a representative each from Canterbury Development Corporation, Christchurch Educated and Education New Zealand. Application dates and decision time frames are outlined in official notice.

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