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Victoria Achiever Scholarships

The purpose of Victoria Achiever Scholarships are to recruit academically-able school leavers to a Bachelor’s degree programme at Victoria University of Wellington. Students must be represented in one or more of the following targeted groups: Māori students, Pacific students, students with disabilities, students from decile 1-3 schools and students who can demonstrate financial hardship. Up to 70 scholarships for study in 2016 will be awarded competitively on the basis of academic merit and other criteria. The majority of these scholarships will be awarded at $5,000 for the first year of study. The top applicant in each category will be awarded the new Victoria Vice-Chancellor’s Achiever Scholarship (ie. a total of five scholarships). These scholarships are valued at $20,000 over three years of study.

Degree Bachelors
Courses Any of the course provided by the university
Eligible Countries Open to all nationals
Provider Victoria University of Wellington
Deadline 15 Sep 2015
Covers $5,000 (with 5 scholarships valued at $20,000 over three years)
Taken at Victoria University of Wellington
Official Notice

How to Apply:

You need to fill the application form available on the official notice above at the University website.

Selection Process:

* School leavers who are represented in one of the targeted groups above are eligible to apply.
* Students will need to have their NCEA Level 2 Certificate endorsed with Merit, or an equivalent level of achievement in an alternative qualification (eg. IB or CIE).
* All offers of the Scholarship will be conditional upon the award recipient gaining NCEA Level 3 with at least 25 credits at Merit or Excellence (or equivalent in another qualification), University Entrance and admission to their degree programme.

 

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