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scholarships handbook 2011

a brief history of aut

welcome to aut university


E ng mana, e ng reo, e ng hau e wh Tn koutou katoa Nau mai piki mai, haere mai ki Te Wnanga Aronui o Tamaki Makau Rau. Piki mai ki tnei Whare Wnanga Haere mai ki te whiriwhiri ng krero ka hiki tonu te mhiotanga Kia tutuki ai koe ki ng whainga o nga whnau me ng iwi whnui o Te Ao Tn koutou katoa. To the many communities of the world Welcome to AUT University. Come to AUT to participate in discussion and higher learning opportunities. Achieve your goals, those of your family and those of the local and international community. Tn koutou katoa.

welcome from the vice-chancellor

Welcome to AUT University and to our scholarship publication. University education is about critical thinking, fresh ideas and new ways of doing things. It is challengingeven demandingbut its benets are considerable; not only for the students themselves but also for their families, communities and the wider society and economy. That is why AUT provides a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate scholarships and awards: to encourage and support the contribution that university education makes, creating opportunities for individuals, and thereby enriching society as a whole. Derek McCormack vice-chancellor

contents

aut general scholarships


postgraduate scholarships vice-chancellors doctoral scholarships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 06 undergraduate scholarships the keir trust, aut study awards .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .08 mcdonalds (al dunn) scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..10 significant student scholarships.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 11 vice-chancellors scholarships.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 12 women on campus millennium scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 13

faculty of business
postgraduate scholarships aut business school/hanoi university doctoral scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 31 aut business school/international university (vietnam national university) doctoral scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 32 aut staff mba and pgdipbus administration scholarships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 33 business academic excellence scholarship - postgraduate . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 35 undergraduate scholarships aut business school/hanoi university (vietnam) undergraduate scholarships.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 37 aut business school/iact college (malaysia) undergraduate scholarship 38 aut business school/india scholarships. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 39 aut business school/international university - vnu (vietnam) undergraduate scholarships . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 40 aut business school/vietnam national university - hcmc undergraduate scholarships.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 41 business academic excellence scholarship - undergraduate . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 42 business international exchange scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 43 business mori scholarship - undergraduate. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 44 business pasifika scholarship - undergraduate .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 45 business school young enterprise scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 46 business school young enterprise top achievers scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 47 digital mobile bachelor of business sales scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 48 doug park memorial scholarships . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 49 epsom girls grammar school business academic excellence scholarship . . 50 epsom girls grammar school mori/pasifika scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 51 louise gardner scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 52 onehunga high business school scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 53 vodafone bachelor of business sales scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 54

faculty of applied humanities


postgraduate scholarships doctoral fee scholarship (applied humanities) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 14 doctoral fee scholarship (montessori education) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 15 erin white scholarship (social sciences) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 16 masters scholarship (hospitality and tourism) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 17 masters scholarship (education) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..18 postgraduate fee scholarship (social sciences) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 19 research excellence scholarship (social sciences) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 20 undergraduate scholarships academic excellence and leadership scholarship (hospitality + tourism) .. 21 bachelor of arts (japanese) scholarship. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 22 hospitality management scholarship. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 23 chinese scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 24 excellence and equity scholarship in english language .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 25 graduate diploma in career development scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 27 interpreting studies scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 28 leadership and excellence scholarship (social sciences) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 29 nzsl scholarship (nz sign language) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 30

faculty of design and creative technologies


postgraduate scholarships asian journalism fellowship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 56 bachelor of mathematical sciences (hons) scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 57 computing and mathematical sciences phd fees scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 58 computing and mathematical sciences phd scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 59 communication studies postgraduate scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 60 creative industries research institute (ciri) masters scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. 61 creative industries research institute (ciri) phd scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 62 doctoral fee scholarship (engineering).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 63 doctoral scholarship (art and design) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 64 henry wilson pasifika scholarship (art and design). .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 65 indian newslink journalism scholarship. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 66

masters' scholarship in computing and mathematical sciences .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 67 postgraduate full fee scholarship (art and design) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 68 postgraduate full fee scholarship (engineering) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 69 research excellence scholarship (art and design) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 70 tuakana/teina scholarship in community leadership and excellence (art and design) .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 71

undergraduate scholarships jennifer playfair memorial scholarship (applied science) . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 91 occupational therapy scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 92

faculty of te ara poutama


postgraduate and undergraduate scholarships john tapiata scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 93 mavis tuoro scholarship. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 94 peter harwood scholarship in community leadership and excellence . .. .. . 95 solgm award .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 96

undergraduate scholarships art and design excellence scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 72 aut and pacific islands media association pasifika communications scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 73 bachelor of computer and information sciences academic excellence scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 75 bachelor of mathematical sciences academic excellence scholarship. .. .. . 76 certificate in computing and mathematical sciences equity scholarship .. ..77 sony new zealand scholarships . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 78 tvnz diversity scholarships .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 79 undergraduate full fee scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .80 undergraduate leadership and excellence scholarship (communication studies).. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..81 whangarei boys' high school engineering scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 82

external scholarships
external scholarships . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 97

student services
student information centre .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 99 campus events .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 99 the chinese centre .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 99 disability resource service.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 100 health, counselling and wellbeing . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 100 international student support service .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .101 pasifika student support service .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .101 residential accommodation.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .101 scholarships office . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .101 student advisors .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 102 student financial services .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 102 student mentors . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 102 te tari whina: the learning development centre.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 103 te tari takawaenga mori: mori liaison services .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 103 university career services .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. 103

faculty of health and environmental sciences


postgraduate scholarships doctoral fee scholarship (health and environmental sciences) .. .. .. .. .. .. . 83 maurice and phyllis paykel trust scholarship in health science .. .. .. .. .. .. . 84 pacific islands families study postgraduate scholarship.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 85 sport performance research institute new zealand (sprinz) international phd fees scholarship . .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 86 sport performance research institute new zealand (sprinz) scholarship 87 interdisciplinary unit doctoral fees scholarship. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 88 occupational health and safety research centre postgraduate student research scholarship .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. . 89 postgraduate fee scholarship (health and environmental sciences) . .. .. .. . 90

The information in this publication is correct at the time of printing. The University reserves the right to make alterations to the information contained in this publication without prior notice. Please check the website for most current information: www.aut.ac.nz/scholarships

aut general scholarships

postgraduate

vice-chancellors doctoral scholarships


closing date: 24 september 2010
The purpose of the AUT Vice-Chancellors Doctoral Scholarships is to encourage and stimulate doctoral studies in areas of University research capability. The proposed eld of study is one where the University can offer supervision. Preference will be given to new applicants to a doctoral programme, including those in provisional candidature at AUT. The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

amount and type of award


The scholarship covers the following: Annual payment of tuition, student services fees and learner service levy; The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee; An annual stipend of $25,000 per year.

selection
The Scholarships Ofce will forward to faculties the applications from students who have applied from that faculty. The faculties will then nominate a shortlist from their applications and forward these to the Scholarships Ofce, who will then organise the nal selection meeting. Recipients will be selected from the faculty nominations by a subcommittee of the AUT Scholarships and Awards Committee. The scholarship is awarded by the Vice Chancellor, Selection will be based on demonstrated excellence in the following: the applicants academic record (including prizes, awards and any publications), the applicants research proposal and background, the referees statements any other relevant information that may be available, including that which meets the Universitys strategic needs. Preference will be given to applicants whose research area aligns with the Universitys strategy. Should a successful applicant decline the award, and there is another suitable applicant, then the scholarship will be offered to that applicant. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the selection panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for a period not exceeding three years.

application requirements
The following must be supplied to the Scholarships Ofce by the closing date: AUT VC Doctoral Scholarship Application Form; Academic Transcript(s); The names and contact details for two academic referees who will testify in writing directly and condentially to the Scholarships Ofce, on the applicants qualications and research abilities (do not supply referees' reports directly) Two page statement outlining your research proposal using the template provided with the application form; Written support from your proposed primary supervisor; Incomplete applications will not be forwarded to the selection panel.

criteria
The scholarship is open to applicants who are qualied to register for full-time study in a doctoral degree at AUT. Applicants must meet the normal admission criteria to the doctoral programme, including, minimally, second class (rst division) honours or equivalent as stated in the Academic Calendar (http:// www.aut.ac.nz/calendar).

aut general scholarships

postgraduate

conditions of acceptance
The stipend will be paid monthly into a nominated account. This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other bursary or scholarship, without the express approval of the AUT Scholarships and Awards Committee The scholarship may be taken up in the period 1 January until the end of the rst semester of the year of award. Doctoral registration must be complete before the scholarship can be taken up The University Postgraduate Centre will provide the Scholarships Ofce with an annual report on the scholars progress and a nal report on completion of the programme Unsatisfactory reports will be forwarded to the Scholarships and Awards Committee for consideration Every scholar will be required to devote the whole time during the tenure of the scholarship to the programme of research and may not undertake a level of employment that would interfere with their research (a recommended employment limit of 500 - 600 hours per annum, anything above this must be negotiated with your supervisor) Every scholar will be required to sign a standard scholarship contract with AUT formalising the acceptance of the conditions of acceptance of this scholarship The scholarship tenure will cease when the recipient submits their thesis for examination. Where a recipient submits their thesis prior to end of the period of tenure then they may apply for a publishing stipend. The AUT Scholarships and Awards Committee may at any time suspend or terminate any stipend, if it determines that the scholar is not diligently pursuing the programme of advanced study or has failed to comply with any of the terms and conditions on which the scholarship was awarded

In cases of suspension the AUT Scholarships and Awards Committee may impose conditions upon the scholar which must be met in order to have the scholarship reinstated. In circumstances where the scholarship is terminated no further payments will be made. This will also apply if a scholar ceases to pursue the programme of research Should the Scholar withdraw from the research programme, the Scholar may be required to repay AUT University for the full scholarship money paid to the Scholar by AUT University during the tenure of the Scholarship. This shall be determined by a subcommittee of the Scholarships and Awards Committee The Scholar shall reimburse AUT University for any money paid to the Scholar by AUT University subsequent to the date of any suspension from full time study in the approved programme of research The Scholar must advise the Scholarships Ofce immediately of: any suspension or withdrawal from full time study in the approved programme of research; any change of supervisor; the date of submission of the Scholar's thesis.

undergraduate

aut general scholarships

the keir trust, aut study awards


closing date: 24 september 2010
The purpose of The Keir Trust Study Award is to encourage students facing nancial barriers to undertake studies at AUT by offering nancial assistance and ongoing non-nancial support, and to actively encourage recipients to act as role models for other young people in their school/community.

application requirements
Keir Trust Application Form Information from the applicant regarding nancial hardship Written recommendation from a school principal and/or an independent referee. Recommendations should: Conrm that the applicant would have no realistic opportunity of university study without this study award because of nancial barriers Show how the applicants personal attributes match those listed in the Study Award criteria Comment on the applicants role model potential Indicate whether the referee thinks that the applicant has the determination and ability to succeed in their chosen area of study Provide any other relevant information.

amount and type of award


The number of new awards will be determined annually The values of the awards are as follows: (a) The Keir Trust AUT Auckland Study Award (open to students in the Auckland area) will be for an amount of up to $10,000 over three years, made up of $4,000 in each of years 1 and 2, and $2,000 in year 3. (b) The Keir Trust AUT Regional Study Award (open to students outside the Auckland area) will be for an amount of up to $15,000 over three years, made up of $6,000 in each of years 1 and 2, and $3,000 in year 3. Students who apply for a programme of less than 3 years will be funded on a pro rata basis.

criteria
The awards are open to students who have no realistic opportunity to study at AUT without the award Award applicants must: be NZ citizens or permanent residents be able to demonstrate through their application that they have the desire, determination and ability to succeed in their chosen area of study meet the desired AUT programme entry requirements act as a mentor to rst year Keir Trust Award students during their second year of study not (should they be successful), receive any other study grant or scholarship contemporaneously with The Keir Trust AUT award, unless it is with the express approval of The Keir Trust Award applicants will be expected: to attain a student allowance either before or during the year of study (subject to age limitation) or subject to being eligible for an alternative welfare allowance

tenure
The tenure of the awards is for a maximum of three years. The award will be paid on a semester basis subject to satisfactory performance in the prior semester and continued eligibility for a student allowance or other welfare benet.

undergraduate

aut general scholarships

selection
Applications will be considered by a selection panel from The Keir Trust Applicants will be shortlisted by the Trust and those shortlisted will be required to attend an interview The decision of The Keir Trust Selection Committee will be nal. Names of recipients may be forwarded, for information purposes, to the principal of the recipients school where appropriate Presentation of the award may be made to recipients at an appropriate occasion.

conditions of acceptance
Recipients must be accepted into the programme of study selected and later satisfactorily complete all enrolment requirements Recipients must be prepared to report back to school/community/ Keir Trustees, where applicable, on a regular basis (at least annually during course duration) Recipients will be part of the AUT Peer Mentoring programme Recipients must remain eligible for the student allowance throughout the tenure of this award Regional study award recipients will be required to reside in a hall of residence designated by AUT during their rst year of study. In the rst year the award will be paid towards Halls of Residence fees. This award may not be held concurrently with any other bursary or scholarship, without the express approval of the Trustees. Study Awards will be paid on a semester basis.

undergraduate

aut general scholarships

mcdonalds (al dunn) scholarship


closing date: 23 september 2010
These scholarships are offered to Mori who attend secondary or area criteria schools in the Northland district for the purposes of providing Applicants must: opportunity for study at AUT. be NZ citizens or permanent residents

amount and type of award


Four scholarships are offered per year. The scholarship is for a total amount of $10,000 for a three year programme. $5,000 is paid in the rst year towards AUT Halls of Residence fees and $2,500 is paid for each of the following years as living costs.

tenure
The tenure is for three years.

application requirements
McDonalds (Al Dunn) Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Principals nomination.

be Mori school leavers (year 12 or 13) from the Northland district (including Whangarei) have exceptional leadership potential have good academic records face nancial hardship be close to their community and culture have been nominated by their School Principal The successful recipient must have: a proven commitment to Mori culture be involved in leadership activities meet the programme entry requirements require nancial support apply for and be accepted on a course approved by the selection panel.

selection
Applicants will be considered and interviewed at their school by staff from Mori Liaison Services and McDonalds New Zealand. Mori Liaison Services is responsible for the enrolment of recipients of the scholarships into the University. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

Contact Hariata Mareroa for more information. Phone: 921 9790 Email: hariata.mareroa@aut.ac.nz

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undergraduate

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signicant student scholarship


closing date for community partner schools: 24 september 2010
AUT in recognition of its partnership with selected secondary schools in the Auckland Super City region has established undergraduate scholarships to reward student achievement and leadership.

conditions of acceptance and renewal


The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry to an AUT undergraduate degree programme Recipients must be enrolling for the rst time, in a full-time programme of study This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Scholarships Ofce Annual renewal of the scholarship is conditional upon the student passing all papers with a minimum C grade average and meeting the requirements listed below: Students will be required to negotiate regular contact with their designated AUT Student Advisor. This is an integral part of the rst year and may be extended for subsequent years. Where the student does not meet these conditions they may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a continuation of enrolment and scholarship The Scholarship Ofce has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient from the Programme Leader of the programme in which they are enrolled Scholarships may be deferred in some exceptional circumstances. For more information contact the Scholarships Ofce

criteria
All students nominated for this scholarship must be: New Zealand citizens or permanent residents Nominated by selected AUT Partner secondary schools

amount of award
This scholarship will cover Tuition fees for a maximum of four papers per semester Student services fees All other fees, including the learner services levy and students' association fee are not covered and will need to be met by the student Summer School papers are not covered by this scholarship

tenure
This scholarship is awarded, subject to the student annually meeting the conditions of renewal, for a maximum of three years.

application requirements
AUT School and Community Partner application forms are only available from scholarship managers within the AUT Partner secondary schools

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undergraduate

aut general scholarships

vice-chancellors scholarships
closing date for community partner schools: 24 september 2010
AUT in recognition of its partnership with selected secondary schools in the Auckland Super City region has established undergraduate scholarships to reward student achievement for academic excellence.

conditions of acceptance and renewal


The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry to an AUT undergraduate degree programme Recipients must be enrolling for the rst time, in a full-time programme of study This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Scholarships Ofce Annual renewal of the scholarship is conditional upon the student attaining a B grade average and meeting the requirement listed below: Students will be required to negotiate regular contact with their designated AUT Student Advisor. This is an integral part of the rst year and may be extended for subsequent years. Where the student does not meet these conditions they may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a continuation of enrolment and scholarship The Scholarship Ofce has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient from the Programme Leader of the programme in which they are enrolled Scholarships may be deferred in some exceptional circumstances. For more information contact the Scholarships Ofce

criteria
All students nominated for this scholarship must be: New Zealand citizens or permanent residents Nominated by selected AUT Partner secondary schools

amount of award
This scholarship will cover: Tuition fees for a maximum of four papers per semester Student services fees All other fees, including the Learner Services Levy and Students Association fee are not covered and will need to be met by the student Summer School papers are not covered by this scholarship

tenure
This scholarship is awarded, subject to the student annually meeting the conditions of renewal, for a maximum of three years.

application requirements
AUT School and Community Partner Application Forms are only available from scholarship managers within the AUT Partner secondary schools

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undergraduate

aut general scholarships

women on campus millennium scholarship


closing date: 19 november 2010
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide recognition and some nancial assistance to a current woman student who has demonstrated support for women students at AUT.

selection
A selection panel, made up of representatives from Women on Campus, will consider the applications.

amount and type of award


conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of Women on Campus and the Scholarships Ofce. The successful applicant(s) will be invited to join Women on Campus for a meeting during the year to report on how they are progressing with their studies and their ongoing contribution to students at AUT.

One scholarship is awarded on an annual basis. This may be split between more than one recipient (maximum of three students) Multiple scholarships of the same value may be awarded depending on funding.

tenure
Not applicable.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Please supply: Details of your intended study for 2010 Two letters of support from members of the AUT community who have direct knowledge of your contribution to the support of women students at AUT A statement explaining how you would make use of this scholarship if you were a successful applicant.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Scholarship applicants must be women students who have demonstrated support for women who are students at AUT or women in the wider community Applicants need to have completed at least one year or semester of study at the University and intend to continue as an AUT student.

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doctoral fee scholarship (applied humanities)


closing date: 25 february 2011
postgraduate

applied humanities

The purpose of these two annual awards is to support high achieving domestic students into doctoral study in the Faculty of Applied Humanities.

conditions of acceptance
Students will be entitled to these scholarships if they are admitted to a doctoral programme in the Faculty by the University Postgraduate Board within six months of notication of the scholarship Student progress will be monitored by the primary supervisor and Faculty Doctoral Board Students will apply to have their scholarship renewed for the following year ten months after being enrolled into their doctoral programme and thereafter ten months after re-enrolment This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean (Research) and the Scholarships Ofce.

amount and type of award


Full-time fees for three years (with the possibility of an extension for a fourth year) or part-time fees for up to six years The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee Two scholarships are to be awarded annually.

tenure
Full-time fees for three years (with the possibility of an extension for a fourth year) or part-time fees for up to six years.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Curriculum Vitae A 500 word outline of your preferred area of research and any other relevant supporting information.

criteria
High achieving domestic students with a research masters degree (including a thesis) with rst class or second class rst division honours whose research interest lies in the selection of elds offered in the Faculty of Applied Humanities Students will be prioritised on the basis of their grades Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents.

selection
Selection will be made within two weeks of the deadline by a subcommittee of the Faculty Doctoral Board No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

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doctoral fee scholarship (montessori education)


closing date: 11 february 2011 and 1 july 2011
The purpose of the Doctoral Scholarship in Montessori Education is to encourage and stimulate doctoral studies in the eld of Montessori education and Montessori teacher education.
postgraduate

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarships are available for students who have been accepted into a PhD or EdD within the School of Education, Te Kura Mtauranga The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


One scholarship may be awarded annually The scholarship covers the full tuition , learner services levy and student services fee or part-time equivalent The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel convened by the School of Education, Te Kura Mtauranga and that includes a representative from the Montessori Association of New Zealand [MANZ] No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year Scholarships may be considered for renewal in subsequent years, up to a maximum of three years per recipient.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Applicants will nominate as referees two persons who have been requested to testify directly and condentially on the applicants qualications and abilities. Endorsement from the Montessori Association of New Zealand [MANZ] is strongly recommended.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce Scholarship holders may be asked to participate in media advertising and other promotional activities for the School of Education, Te Kura Mtauranga.

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erin white scholarship (social sciences)


closing date: 14 february 2011
The Erin White Scholarship commemorates the memory of Erin White, one of the rst graduates in the Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences), and a postgraduate student and administrator in the School of Social Sciences. The scholarship is designed to encourage access to postgraduate study in the Social Sciences for students who would otherwise nd it difcult to do so.
postgraduate

applied humanities

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is available to full-time or part-time students who are enrolled in a Masters programme in the Department of Social Sciences Applicants will need to demonstrate a record of academic success in their undergraduate degree Financial and personal circumstances.

amount and type of award


One scholarship is available annually The scholarship covers full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of Social Sciences Preference will be given to students graduating from the Bachelor of Arts (Social Sciences) who would nd postgraduate study difcult to undertake due to family, nancial or other reasons No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year, or part-time equivalent study.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Statement outlining personal and nancial circumstances.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

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masters scholarship (hospitality and tourism)


closing date: 6 december 2010
The purpose of this scholarship is to support and encourage postgraduate study in Hospitality Management and Tourism Studies.
postgraduate

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is available for a full-time or part-time student enrolled into the Master of International Hospitality Management or Master of Tourism Studies programme The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and/or relevant work experience.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Hospitality and Tourism No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year of full-time study or part-time equivalent.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Recent CV (brief) highlighting relevant industry experience.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce.

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masters scholarship (education)


closing date: 11 february 2011 and 1 july 2011
postgraduate

applied humanities

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward students academic excellence, as well as supporting and encouraging postgraduate study in Education.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarships are available for full-time or part-time students who have been accepted into a Masters programme within the School of Education, Te Kura Mtauranga, and are undertaking thesis study Applicants are considered on the basis of academic excellence.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee for the thesis only The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel convened by the School of Education, Te Kura Mtauranga No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year of full-time study or part-time equivalent Scholarships may be considered for renewal in exceptional circumstances for a maximum of two years, providing evidence of satisfactory progress is shown.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce Scholarship holders may be asked to participate in media advertising.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

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postgraduate fee scholarship (social sciences)


closing date: 14 february 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to support and encourage postgraduate study in the Social Sciences.
postgraduate

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The Scholarships are available for full-time or part-time students who have been accepted into a Masters Programme within the Department of Social Sciences Applicants are considered on the basis of academic excellence.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of Social Sciences No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year of full-time study or part-time equivalent Recipients may re-apply in subsequent years.

conditions of acceptance application requirements


AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Scholarship holders may be asked to participate in media advertising.

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research excellence scholarship (social sciences)


closing date: 14 february 2011
postgraduate

applied humanities

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward academic excellence in postgraduate study and to also support and encourage postgraduate research in the School of Languages and Social Sciences.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of Social Sciences Applicants are considered on the basis of academic excellence in the coursework component of the programme No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually A scholarship awarded at Masters level covers full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for the 120 point thesis, or both the 60 point dissertation and 60 point Site Based Research Project, comprising the nal full-time year or equivalent of a Masters programme The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year at Masters level.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript AUT Nomination Form - to be completed by a lecturer in the Department of Social Sciences.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is available for full-time or part-time students who have enrolled in a Masters programme within the Department of Social Sciences Applicants are considered on the basis of academic excellence Students must be nominated by lecturers within the Department of Social Sciences.

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academic excellence and leadership scholarship (hospitality and tourism)


closing date: 29 november 2010
undergraduate

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward student leadership qualities and academic excellence and to also encourage and support students to pursue tertiary education in the area of Hospitality and Tourism.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be full-time students who have been accepted onto the diploma or undergraduate degree programmes in the School of Hospitality and Tourism The scholarship is awarded on the basis of leadership qualities and/ or academic excellence.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee for full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Hospitality and Tourism No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Recent CV (brief) highlighting relevant industry experience.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce.

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bachelor of arts (japanese) scholarship


closing date: 25 february 2011
undergraduate

applied humanities

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward academic excellence and to encourage and support students to undertake tertiary study in the area of Japanese.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Languages and Social Sciences This scholarship will be awarded after NCEA results become available at the end of January No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


There is one scholarship awarded annually The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee The scholarship covers full tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee for full-time study or part-time equivalent.

conditions of acceptance tenure


The tenure of this scholarship is for one year. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Year 13 students who are sitting NCEA Level 3 or equivalent Japanese and wish to study Japanese are eligible to apply for this scholarship Applicants must be accepted into the Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) programme The scholarship is based on academic excellence, especially in Japanese This scholarship does not apply to existing students in the Bachelor of Arts (Japanese) programme.

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hospitality management scholarship


closing date: semester one, 2011 - 1 february 2011, semester two, 2011 - 27 may 2011
undergraduate

The purpose of this scholarship is to support and encourage hospitality criteria managers undertaking part-time study in a Master of International Applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents. Hospitality Management. Applicants must be employed during the duration of the scholarship as hospitality managers in New Zealand. The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence and amount and type of award relevant hospitality management experience. The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually. The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and selection student services fee. Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. of Hospitality and Tourism and industry representatives.

applied humanities

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for a period not exceeding four years of part-time study.

No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

conditions of acceptance application requirements


AUT Scholarship Application Form. Letters of support from senior industry representatives. Academic Transcripts from previous qualications. Recent CV outlining in detail relevant industry experience. Cover letter outlining the candidates commitment to gaining the qualication and why they believe they should be selected for the scholarship. The letter should also highlight managerial work experience including but not limited to: Examples of key management related activities such as project management, human resource management accomplishments and nancial management responsibilities. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the applicant gaining entry to the Master in International Hospitality Management. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce. The scholarship may be terminated or suspended at any point if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient from the Programme Leader of the programme in which they are enrolled or if any other conditions of the scholarship are breached. Scholarship holders may be asked to participate in media advertising and other promotional activities for the School of Hospitality and Tourism.

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chinese scholarship
closing date: 25 february 2011
undergraduate

applied humanities

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward academic excellence and selection to encourage and support students to undertake tertiary level study in Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School the area of Chinese. of Languages and Social Sciences

amount and type of award


One scholarship will be available annually to a suitable applicant each academic year The scholarship covers full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee for full-time study or part-time equivalent The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

Applicants who are aiming to staircase into mainstream study will be given preference No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Secondary school leavers accepted onto the Bachelor of Arts (Chinese) or Diploma in Chinese programmes are eligible to apply for this scholarship Year 13 students who are sitting NCEA Level 3 or equivalent Chinese and wish to study Chinese are eligible to apply for this scholarship The scholarship is based on academic excellence with NCEA Level 3 results as the main criterion.

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excellence and equity scholarship in english language


closing date: 30 november 2010 and 30 june 2011
undergraduate

The purpose of the scholarship is to assist refugees and other criteria students who are nancially disadvantaged and who meet the criteria Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents to continue their language study by providing nancial assistance for a The scholarships are available to students who are enrolled in further semester. English language programmes in the Department of English and

applied humanities

amount and type of award


Four scholarships are available annually: two in Semester One and two in Semester Two The scholarship covers full tuition , learner services levy and student services fees for one semester of full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for one semester of full-time study in the Certicate in English Language or the Certicate in English for Academic Study.

Applied Linguistics in the semester prior to the award Applicants must have successfully completed at least one semester in their programme prior to the award Applicants must be supported by English Language teaching staff and have a history of high achievement, good attendance and high motivation in the previous semester Applicants must be facing a degree of nancial hardship that hinders their ability to continue study Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic ability and nancial hardship Priority will be given to refugees Applicants who are aiming to staircase into mainstream study will be given preference.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form and Certicate of English Language Nomination Form to be completed by applicants and their class teacher Statement of eligibility and support from current lecturer. Statement of nancial situation Letter from Work and Income Case Manager or other evidence of eligibility for Work and Income support (this includes Student Allowance) Applications will be forwarded to the Scholarships Ofce by the School of Languages and Social Sciences Scholarships Coordinator.

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excellence and equity scholarship in english language (continued)

undergraduate

applied humanities

selection
Applicants will be nominated by teaching staff and considered by a selection panel from the School of Languages and Social Sciences consisting of the Associate Head of School, the Coordinator of Study Grants and Scholarships, and at least one Programme Leader If no scholarship is awarded in any semester, additional awards may be offered in the following semester provided that the total number of scholarships does not increase. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Recipients must attend regularly and undertake course work to the satisfaction of the teaching staff Recipients should be available for any publicity or advertising around the award of the scholarship.

For further information and application forms please contact Denise Cameron on 09 921 9999 ext 6085 or dcameron@aut.ac.nz

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graduate diploma in career development scholarship


closing date: 11 february 2011
undergraduate

The purpose of this scholarship is to support students who are obtaining an academic qualication in career development.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Recipients must be accepted onto the Graduate Diploma in Career Development programme.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


Up to ve scholarships will be offered annually selection One award is reserved for Maori/Pasika applicants Applicants will be considered by a selection panel consisting of staff The scholarship covers the tuition fee, learner services levy, from the Graduate Diploma in Career Development Programme student services fee and Students Association fee for one paper in No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the Graduate Diploma in Career Development. the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award. tenure The tenure of this scholarship is one semester.

conditions of acceptance application requirements


AUT Scholarship Application Form Please attach a minimum 300 word statement describing your goals for work in the careers eld. Specic focus must be on your vision for assisting the career development of clients and how attainment of the Graduate Diploma will support you in fullling this vision. Also include a statement of your nancial need. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce Recipients will not be considered for automatic renewal of this scholarship, but may submit a second application for consideration.

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interpreting studies scholarship


closing date: 1 november 2010
undergraduate

The purpose of the Scholarship is to help students to continue interpreting studies in an area of specialisation (Health or Legal). The scholarship is offered by the School of Languages and Social Sciences to an applicant who has proven academic and interpreting skills and has demonstrated a professional approach to interpreting and dedication to the Interpreters Code of Ethics.

applied humanities

criteria
The scholarship is open to persons who are currently enrolled as students in the Diploma in Interpreting and Translation (Dip IntTrans) at AUT Applicants must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Show previous academic achievement Have completed all the prerequisite papers in the Diploma Demonstrate a commitment to the areas of Health or Legal Interpreting Be of good moral character and repute Have a proven commitment to the Interpreters Code of Ethics Be enrolled in the Diploma in Interpreting and Translation. Have completed 166760 Theory and Practice of Interpreting and 166761 Contextual Studies (or similar)

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for two of the following papers: 167780 Advanced Interpretation Health Studies 167771 Advanced Interpretation Legal Studies 167781 Advanced Interpretation Health Interpreting 167771 Advanced Interpretation Legal Interpreting The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of International and Community Languages Applicants are considered on the basis of academic excellence and potential to succeed No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for one semester. In exceptional circumstances, the selection panel may award the scholarship for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Two Referee Reports (not from Interpreting Lecturers) Statement on the reasons for undertaking Interpreting Studies.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce The recipient of the Interpreting Studies Scholarship must provide a report on his/her semester of study to the selection panel at the completion of the semester.

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leadership and excellence scholarship (social sciences)


closing date: 29 november 2010
undergraduate

The purpose of this scholarship is to reward student leadership and academic excellence. It is also to encourage and support students to pursue tertiary education in the Department of Social Sciences.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be accepted as full-time students in any Certicate or Bachelors Programme offered by the Department of Social Sciences Applicants must be nominated by a secondary school or community group on the basis of their leadership qualities, academic excellence and motivation to pursue tertiary studies. Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of Social Sciences Strong consideration will be given to applicants nominated by decile one or two secondary schools, or those who would otherwise nd it difcult to pursue tertiary studies due to nancial hardship No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

applied humanities

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee for full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year Recipients may re-apply in subsequent years.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript AUT Nomination Form.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

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nzsl scholarship [nz sign language]


closing date: 18 march 2011
undergraduate

applied humanities

The Ministry of Economic Development have funded scholarships to selection support students who want to become qualied NZSL interpreters, and Applicants will be considered by a panel comprising the Programme Coordinator to contribute to building a qualied national NZSL interpreter workforce for the Visual Languages Section at AUT and/or a lecturer from this section and a representative from the Deaf Community. to staff a potential future Video Relay Service.

amount and type of award


$5,625 (including GST) of which $3,750 will be paid on award and the remaining $1,875 on successful completion of the Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting. The scholarship can only be awarded to an individual once.

Staff from the Visual Languages Section will assess the NZSL ability of applicants. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of the scholarship is for one year or over a period of two, depending on year of the award.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. Recipients may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce. Recipients of the scholarship must have been accepted onto the Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting programme to be eligible to receive this award. Final payment of the scholarship is subject to successful completion of the Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting programme. Recipients are expected to avail themselves of any additional academic support recommended by the Programme Coordinator. Recipients must indicate willingness to make reasonable efforts to be employed at the Video Relay Service Centre for a reasonable period of time following graduation from the Dip SLI programme.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Form Academic Transcript Written character references from TWO of the following as appropriate: A member of the Deaf community A Sign Language tutor Employer High School Teacher Accepted on the Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting programme, and have appropriate standard of NZSL competence

monitoring and reporting requirements


Recipients will agree to allow AUT to deliver progress reports to the Ministry of Economic Development Recipients will agree to be interviewed and to allow their name, photograph and details of their study and work to be used for advertising and publicity purposes.

criteria
Applicants can be NZ citizens or permanent residents. The scholarship is open to persons who intend to complete the Diploma in Sign Language Interpreting. Students who have successfully completed the Cert NZSLDS and meet the criteria to enrol into the Diploma are also eligible to apply. Applicants must: demonstrate an appropriate level of NZSL competency; exhibit academic competency; be of good moral character and repute; indicate their intention to complete the Diploma programme and become a sign language interpreter in New Zealand.

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aut business school/hanoi university doctoral scholarship


closing date: open
The purpose of the scholarship is to support and encourage faculty from Hanoi University to study a PhD through the Business School at AUT University.

criteria
An applicant must be a faculty member of Hanoi University. The applicant must meet the entry requirements for Doctoral studies at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in Doctoral study at AUT through the Business School.
postgraduate

amount and type of award


There is one new scholarship available each year. The scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients full tuition fees, learner services levy and student services fees for three years. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


All applications are considered by the Business School Selection Panel. A supervisory team must be available at AUT to supervise the thesis. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Development. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients may be required to participate in a student support activity organised by the AUT Business School To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Doctoral studies programme through the Business School.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for three years, full-time study. Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student achieving satisfactory progress in the Doctoral studies. In exceptional circumstances, the recipient may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT University Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed AUT Scholarship Application Form A signed ofcial academic transcript Approval by Hanoi University to take-up the scholarship

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aut business school/international university (vietnam national university) phd


closing date: open
The purpose of the scholarship is to support and encourage faculty from International University (Vietnam National University) to study a PhD through the Business School at AUT University.

criteria
An applicant must be a faculty member of International University (Vietnam National University). The applicant must meet the entry requirements for Doctoral studies at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in Doctoral study at AUT through the Business School.

amount and type of award


postgraduate

business

There is one new scholarship available each year. The scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients full tuition fees, learner services levy and student services fees for three years. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of selection and acceptance


All applications are considered by the Business School Selection Panel. A supervisory team must be available at AUT to supervise the thesis. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Development Recipients may be required to participate in a student support activity organised by the AUT Business School The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Doctoral studies programme through the Business School.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for three years, full-time study. Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student achieving satisfactory progress in the Doctoral studies. In exceptional circumstances, the recipient may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT University Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed AUT Scholarship Application Form A signed ofcial academic transcript Approval by International University (Vietnam National University) to take-up the scholarship

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aut staff mba and pgdipbus administration scholarships


closing date: 12 november 2010
The Vice-Chancellor has established a full-fee scholarship programme criteria for staff to study the Master of Business Administration (MBA) or Applicants must: PGDipBus Administration programmes. This scholarship is intended to Be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents assist AUT staff members wishing to enter the programmes. These are Be employed by AUT in a middle-management position high-cost programmes and not part of the nil tuition fee programme Be eligible to enrol onto the programmes. for staff wishing to study.
postgraduate

amount and type of award


Scholarships will be either for study in the Master of Business Administration programme (24 papers) or the Postgraduate Diploma in Business Administration programme (16 papers). New scholarship awards will be determined annually. New awards will be dependent on budgetary constraints and the number of existing recipients being funded. The scholarship will cover: Tuition fees Student Services fees AuSM fees. The value of the scholarship will not exceed 24 papers (MBA) or 16 papers (PGDipBus Administration).

business

tenure
This scholarship is tenable for one year. Recipients may have the scholarship renewed in subsequent years, dependent on satisfactory performance.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form. Copy of your Individual Development Plan (IDP) showing that management/leadership development is an agreed development priority. Statement summarising the relevance of the Qualication to your current and ongoing employment at AUT, and the expected benets to both yourself and to AUT. Statement of support from your manager. continued over page

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aut staff mba and pgdipbus administration scholarships (continued)

conditions of selection and acceptance


Applications are considered by the Staff MBA Scholarships Committee. The Committee may choose to interview one or more applicants and reserves the right to recommend that no award be made if there are no applicants of sufcient merit. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other scholarship. You must notify the Scholarships Ofce if you are awarded another scholarship. The Committee will accord preference to applications from fulltime permanent staff, but the Committee will consider applications from part-time staff, and may consider whether proportional scholarships are appropriate. The Committee will not normally consider applications from staff on xed term agreements, but retains discretion to do so and to award scholarships under such conditions as it considers appropriate. Recipients must remain employed by AUT in order to remain eligible for funding. Awards will not be applied retrospectively to cover papers previously enrolled in and paid for. The nal award of the scholarship is contingent upon gaining admission onto the Programmes. All enrolments must meet the current terms and conditions of the Programmes. Recipients will be expected to pass every paper in order for the scholarship to continue in further years. In circumstances where not every paper is passed, consideration will be given to extenuating circumstances and overall performance. However, the scholarship will generally not be extended to additional enrolments required because papers have not been passed. Renewal of the scholarship will be assessed annually by the Staff MBA Scholarships Committee. A study plan for the following year is to be submitted to the Scholarships Ofce by the rst Friday of November each year. If the total budget is insufcient to meet all planned enrolments then not all papers may be covered by the scholarship. In these circumstances, funds will be allocated fairly over all recipients.

Usually, recipients may not enrol in more than one paper per term using the scholarship. However, in exceptional circumstances, where permission for extra study time is granted from their manager, recipients may apply to the Committee for consideration to waive this condition providing there is sufcient budget.

postgraduate

business

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business academic excellence scholarship - postgraduate


closing date: 24 january 2011
The Business School Academic Excellence Scholarships (Postgraduate) are for students with an outstanding academic record in their undergraduate business or commerce degree. International Business Management Marketing Taxation People and Employment There are two scholarships available for applicants of Mori descent enrolling in the Master of Business or Bachelor of Business (Honours) programme. There are two scholarships available for applicants of Pasika descent enrolling in the Master of Business or Bachelor of Business (Honours) programme. The Master of Business and Bachelor of Business (Honours) scholarships are awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition fee, learner services levy and Student Services fees (to a maximum of 120 points per student per year). These scholarships do not include the Students' Association fee.

amount and type of award


There are eight Business School Academic Excellence Scholarships (Postgraduate) offered on a contestable basis per year. Master of Business There are two scholarships available to students enrolling in the Master of Business. Scholarships will be available to applicants who will undertake their study on the Master of Business programme, from any of the following specialisations: Accounting Business Economics Finance Information Technology International Business Management Marketing Taxation People and Employment Occupational Health and Safety Bachelor of Business (Honours) There are two scholarships available to students enrolling in the Bachelor of Business (Honours). Scholarships will be available to applicants who will undertake their study on the Bachelor of Business (Honours) programme, from any of the following specialisations: Accounting Business Economics Finance Information Technology

postgraduate

business

tenure
The tenure of the scholarship for the Master of Business is for two years. Renewal of the scholarship will be based on the recipient achieving a B+ grade average at the end of their rst year The tenure of the scholarship for the Bachelor of Business (Honours) is for one year. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for either the Master of Business or the Bachelor of Business (Honours) AUT Business School Academic Excellence Scholarship (Postgraduate) Application Form A signed ofcial academic transcript for the applicants undergraduate business or commerce degree. continued over page

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business academic excellence scholarship - postgraduate (continued)

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ Citizens or Permanent Residents Have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in their undergraduate study achieving at least an A- average or better in the major of their undergraduate study. Be enrolling for the rst time in the Master of Business or Bachelor of Business (Honours) programme.

postgraduate

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the candidate gaining entry and enrolling on to the Master of Business or the Bachelor of Business (Honours) programme. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service activities organised by the Business School The nal decision for the award of a Business Academic Excellence Scholarship (Postgraduate) is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable candidate of sufcient merit, no scholarship will be awarded.

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aut business school/hanoi university (vietnam) undergraduate scholarships


closing date: open
The Faculty of Business in recognition of its relationship with Hanoi University (Vietnam) has provided undergraduate scholarships to encourage and support students from Hanoi University to study the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School at AUT University.

criteria
An applicant must be a student of Hanoi University. The applicant must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Business at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Bachelor of Business at AUT through the Business School.
undergraduate

amount and type of award


There are three partial scholarships available each year. The scholarships are awarded for the payment of 50% the recipient's full tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee for one and a half years. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient will be selected by Hanoi University and the applicant's nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient from the Programme Director of the Bachelor of Business programme. To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School. Renewal on an annual basis is conditional upon the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. A student may apply for their scholarship to be renewed should they not pass all their papers in the rst year A written letter of application must be submitted to the Associate Dean Admissions outlining the reasons for the renewal of the scholarship.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one and a half years, full-time study. Annual renewal of the scholarship is conditional upon the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT International Application form to be completed Academic transcript Approval by Hanoi University to take up the scholarship

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aut business school/iact college (malaysia) undergraduate scholarship


closing date: open
The Faculty of Business in recognition of its relationship with IACT criteria College (Malaysia) has provided undergraduate scholarships to An applicant must be a student of IACT College (Malaysia). encourage and support students from IACT College (Malaysia) to study The applicant must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School at of Business at AUT. AUT University. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Bachelor of Business at AUT through the Business School.
undergraduate

amount and type of award


There are two partial scholarships available each year. The scholarship will cover: Payment of 50% of the recipient's full tuition fees, learner service levy and student services fees.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient will be selected by IACT College (Malaysia) and the applicant's nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year, full-time study. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT International Application form to be completed Academic transcript Approval by IACT College (Malaysia) to take up the scholarship

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aut business school/international undergraduate scholarships


closing date: open
The purpose of the scholarships is to encourage and support higher secondary school students (HSC) from India and students from Polytechnics in Singapore who intend to study the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School at AUT University.

criteria
An applicant must have been a full-time, higher secondary school student from India (HSC) in the year prior to applying for the scholarship. The applicant must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Business at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Bachelor of Business at AUT through the Business School.

amount and type of award


There are six scholarships available each year. The amount of the scholarship is payment to the value of $2000 towards the cost of tuition fees for the rst year of study of the Bachelor of Business programme. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

undergraduate

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient from India will be selected by the participating agents and the applicant's nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel Scholarship applications from Polytechnics in Singapore will be considered by the Business School Selection Panel This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School

tenure
The tenure of the scholarships is for one year, full-time study. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT International Application form to be completed Academic transcript AUT Scholarship Application Form Approval by either one of the following agents (for applicants from India): Indopacic Education Services International Education Guidance and Care Geebee Education.

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aut business school/intl university - vnu (vietnam) undergrad scholarships


closing date: open
The Faculty of Business in recognition of its relationship with International University - VNU has provided undergraduate scholarships to encourage and support students from International University - VNU to study the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School at AUT University.
undergraduate

criteria
An applicant must be a student of International University - VNU. The applicant must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Business at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Bachelor of Business at AUT through the Business School.

amount and type of award


There are six partial scholarships available each year. The scholarships are awarded for the 50% payment of the recipient's full tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee for two years. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient will be selected by International University - VNU and the applicant's nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School Renewal on an annual basis is conditional upon the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. A student may apply for their scholarship to be renewed should they not pass all their papers in the rst year. A written letter of application must be submitted to the Associate Dean Admissions outlining the reasons for the renewal of the scholarship.

tenure
The tenure of the scholarships is for two years, full-time study Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT International Application form to be completed Academic transcript Approval by International University - VNU to take up the scholarship

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aut business school/vietnam national university - hcmc* undergrad scholarships


closing date: open
The Faculty of Business in recognition of its relationship with Vietnam National University - HCMC has provided undergraduate scholarships to encourage and support students from VNU - HCMC to study the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School at AUT University.

*centre for international education


criteria
An applicant must be a student of VNU - HCMC. The applicant must meet the entry requirements for the Bachelor of Business at AUT. The applicant must be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Bachelor of Business at AUT through the Business School.
undergraduate

amount and type of award


There are four partial scholarships available each year. The scholarships are awarded for the payment of 50% of the recipient's full tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fees for two years. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient will be selected by VNU - HCMC and the applicant's nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. To take up this scholarship, the applicant must enrol full-time in the Bachelor of Business programme through the Business School. Renewal on an annual basis is conditional upon the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. A student may apply for their scholarship to be renewed should they not pass all their papers in the rst year. A written letter of application must be submitted to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School outlining the reasons for the renewal of the scholarship.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for two years, full-time study. Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student attaining a pass mark in all their papers of the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Associate Dean Admissions of the Business School for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT International Application form to be completed Academic transcript Approval by the VNU - HCMC to take up the scholarship.

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business academic excellence scholarship - undergraduate


closing date: 10 january 2011
The Business School Academic Excellence Scholarships (Undergraduate) are for students who have demonstrated an outstanding record of academic achievement at secondary school. Bachelor of Business programme Students completing NCEA must be: Completing at least 96 credits in four approved subjects at Level 3 Expected to achieve at least a grade average of 70 at Level 3 Students completing Cambridge International Examinations must achieve a: Minimum of 180 points on the UCAS Tariff over a minimum of four and a maximum of ve subjects. Students completing International Baccalaureate will be considered upon application.

amount and type of award

undergraduate

business

There are three Business School Academic Excellence Scholarships (Undergraduate) offered on a contestable basis per year. These scholarships are awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fees (up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme). The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student achieving a B+ grade average each year. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel. The award of these scholarships is conditional on the student gaining entry onto the Bachelor of Business programme. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service activities organised by the Business School. The nal decision for the award of a Business Academic Excellence Scholarship (Undergraduate) is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business. AUT Business School Academic Excellence Scholarship (Undergraduate) Application Form.

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Demonstrate outstanding academic performance in their nal year of full-time study at a secondary school Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time, in the Business School

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business international exchange scholarship


closing date: for exchange semester 1 2011 - 15 oct, 2010 for exchange semester 2 2011 - 13 may, 2011
The Business School, in conjunction with a generous donation from a family trust, is pleased to be able to offer international exchange scholarships to enable students, in the Bachelor of Business, to undertake international exchanges at business schools in the USA, Canada, UK or France. Other destinations may be considered and approved on a case-by-case basis by the Business International Exchange Selection Panel. The aim of the international exchange scholarship is to offer assistance to students whose personal nancial circumstances mean it would be difcult for them to undertake an exchange without additional nancial support.

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Business in either Year Two or Three of their studies Demonstrate a satisfactory academic record of a minimum B grade average Be accepted for an international exchange by an AUT Business School approved Business school partner in the USA, Canada, UK or France; or as approved by the Business International Exchange Selection Panel Provide referees reports supporting the students application Provide evidence of nancial circumstances which would make it difcult for the student to undertake an exchange overseas, and the demonstrated ability that they can nance the balance of the costs associated with the exchange if their application is successful (a one semester exchange generally incurs a cost of $10,000- $12,000 depending on the destination).

undergraduate

business

amount and type of award


There are ve Business School international exchange scholarships offered per semester to students currently studying in the Bachelor of Business programme. These scholarships are in the amount of $5,000 for each recipient to be used to support the travel and accommodation costs associated with their approved international exchange.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one semester; or may be allocated across two semesters upon approval from the Business School Associate Dean: International.

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by a panel comprising the Business International Exchange Selection Panel; chaired by the Business School Dean, including the nominated representative of the Trust, the Business School Deputy Dean, Associate Dean: International, and the President of AuSM (the AUT Students Association). Recipients must complete the exchange as approved Recipients must write a report and submit the report to the Business School Associate Dean: International and the Trust on their exchange experience and the outcomes from it within one month of the completion of their exchange The nal decision for the award of a Business International Exchange Scholarship is held by the Business International Exchange Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Applicants must supply two referees statements to support their application A written statement outlining the nancial circumstances that would make it difcult to undertake an overseas exchange, plus the ability to fund additional expenses.

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business mori scholarship - undergraduate


closing date: non-contestable - 24 september 2010, contestable - 26 november 2010
The Business School Undergraduate Mori scholarships are for students of Mori descent who have demonstrated the potential to study in business at undergraduate level. Be enrolling for the rst time in a full-time Bachelor of Business programme. Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship. Demonstrate advanced academic performance in their nal year of full-time study at a secondary school. Demonstrate participation in extra curricular activities in school and/or wider community.

amount and type of award

undergraduate

There are thirteen Business School Undergraduate Mori scholarships offered per year. Eleven non-contestable scholarships offered to selected secondary schools Two contestable scholarships offered to all applicants of Mori descent This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition , learner services levy and student services fees (up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme). The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection
Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel with a representative from Mori Liaison Services. Eleven secondary schools in the Auckland region have been chosen by the Business School, in conjunction with Mori Liaison Services, to receive a scholarship for a Mori student. Applicants will be shortlisted by the Business School Selection Panel and those shortlisted may be required to attend an interview The nal decision for the award of a Business School. Undergraduate Mori scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure

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The tenure of this scholarship is for a maximum of three and onehalf years, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. conditions of acceptance In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship. entry into the Bachelor of Business. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve application requirements themselves in service activities organised by the Business School AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Recipients will be required to attend regular meetings with key Business Faculty staff during their rst year and maybe extended for AUT Business School Undergraduate Mori Scholarship Application Form. subsequent years. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees criteria scholarship. All applicants for these scholarships must: The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based Be NZ citizens or permanent residents scholarships with the approval of the Business School and Identify themselves on their AFE as NZ Mori ethnicity the Scholarships Ofce. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient.

business pasika scholarship - undergraduate


closing date: 6 december 2010
The Business School Undergraduate Pasika scholarships are for students of Pasika descent who have demonstrated the potential to study in business at undergraduate level. Be enrolling for the rst time in a full-time Bachelor of Business programme. Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship. Demonstrate advanced academic performance in their nal year of full-time study at a secondary school. Demonstrate participation in extra curricular activities in school and/or wider community.

amount and type of award


There are ve Business School Undergraduate Pasika scholarships offered on a contestable basis per year. Four scholarships will be available to all applicants of Pasika descent. One scholarship will be available to applicants of Pasika descent who have participated in the AUT sponsored Plantation Business Challenge. This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition , learner services levy and and student services fees (up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme). The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

undergraduate

business

conditions of selection
Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel with a representative from the Pasika Student Support Service. Applicants will be shortlisted by the Business School Selection Panel and those shortlisted may be required to attend an interview. The nal decision for the award of a Business School. Undergraduate Pasika scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for a maximum of three and onehalf years, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, a recipient may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

conditions of acceptance
The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry into the Bachelor of Business. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service based activities organised by the Business School. Recipients will be required to attend regular meetings with key Faculty staff during their rst year and maybe extended for subsequent years. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Deputy Dean and the Scholarships Ofce. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business AUT Business School Undergraduate Pasika Scholarship Application Form.

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Identify themselves on their AFE as Pacic Island ethnicity

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business school young enterprise scholarship


awarded on: 4 november 2010
The Business School Young Enterprise Scholarship (Undergraduate) is for a student who has demonstrated an outstanding record of academic achievement by gaining the top mark in the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme case study examination.

criteria
A candidate for this scholarship must: Be an NZ citizen or permanent resident Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to being considered for the scholarship. Demonstrate outstanding academic performance in the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme examination by achieving the highest mark Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme in either 2011 or 2012.

amount and type of award


undergraduate

There is one Business School Young Enterprise Scholarship offered per year. The scholarship is awarded to the student who has gained the top mark in the Young Enterprise case study exam. The amount of the scholarship is payment of the recipient's tuition, learner services levy and student services fees (up to the maximum conditions of selection and acceptance points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business The award of this scholarship will be based on a candidates programme). performance in the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. Scheme case study examination. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the candidate gaining entry onto and enrolling in the Bachelor of Business programme within the Business School at AUT. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. The nal decision for the award of a Business Young Enterprise Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of opinion that there is no suitable candidate of sufcient merit, no scholarship will be awarded. The Business Young Enterprise Scholarship may be taken up by the recipient within two years from the time it was awarded. The recipient must notify the Scholarships Ofce of the year the scholarship is due to be taken up.

business

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for three years. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, the recipient may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business AUT Business School Young Enterprise Scholarship Application Form A copy of the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme examination certicate.

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business school young enterprise top achievers scholarship


awarded on: 4 november 2010
The Business School Young Enterprise Top Achievers Scholarship (Undergraduate) is for each member of the winning team in the Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme National Awards competition to undertake study on the Bachelor of Business programme at AUT.

criteria
All candidates for this scholarship must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to being considered for the scholarship Be a member of the winning team Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme in either 2011 or 2012.

amount and type of award


There will be one scholarship awarded for each member of the winning team. The amount of the scholarship is payment of the recipient's tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for the rst year of study of the Bachelor of Business. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

undergraduate

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The award of this scholarship will be based on a teams performance in the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme National Awards competition. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the candidate gaining entry onto and enrolling in the Bachelor of Business programme within the Business School at AUT. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. The nal decision for the award of a Business Young Enterprise Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of opinion that there is no suitable candidate of sufcient merit, no scholarship will be awarded. The Business Young Enterprise Scholarship may be taken up by the recipient within two years from the time it was awarded. The recipient must notify the Scholarships Ofce of the year the scholarship is due to be taken up.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year of full time study of the Bachelor of Business programme.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business AUT Business School Young Enterprise Scholarship Application Form A copy of the New Zealand Lion Foundation Young Enterprise Scheme examination certicate.

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digital mobile bachelor of business sales scholarship


closing date: 14 january 2011
The Digital Mobile Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarship is for a student who is entering the Sales major in the Bachelor of Business in the following semester and has demonstrated a good record of academic achievement in their tertiary study. 5. All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Be full-time students enrolled in the Bachelor of Business programme at AUT Demonstrate good academic performance in their tertiary study up to the time of application Be enrolling in the Sales major in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme

amount and type of award


undergraduate

There are two Digital Mobile Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarships offered on a contestable basis. This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition fee, learner services levy, student services fee and an offer of employment at Digital Mobile. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. It is only available for full-time students. The holder is expected to contribute a minimum of 20 hours per week for the 12 months of the scholarship. An employment agreement is drawn up with Digital Mobile. To cover the agreed time period, the income is taxable.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel. The Selection Panel will consist of the Chair of the Marketing Discipline, Senior Sales Academic, Associate Dean or their designates, and a Digital Mobile representative. The award of this scholarship will be based on the applicant's: 200 word statement about "why they want to study Sales"; and ve (5) minute "Sell Yourself" sales pitch This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School and the Scholarships Ofce The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients may be required to participate in a service activities organised by the AUT Business School The nal decision for the award of a Digital Mobile Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year of full-time study (120 points) of the Bachelor of Business programme starting from the semester following receipt of the scholarship. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

criteria
1. Each applicant must complete and submit with their application a 200 word statement about why they want to study Sales. 2. Applicants can visit http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/studyareas/business/qualications/undergraduate/bachelor-ofbusiness-phase-two-sales/application-for-sales-scholarships to apply for the Business School Sales Scholarships. 3. Applicants short-listed for an interview must present a ve (5) minute Sell Yourself sales pitch to the Business School Selection Panel. The interviews will be held on 28 January 2011.

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doug parke memorial scholarships


closing date: 22 november 2010
AUT Business School, in conjunction with a generous donation from a family estate, is pleased to offer a scholarship to a student entering his/her rst year in the Accounting Major of the Bachelor of Business programme. The aim of the scholarship is to offer support to a student who is in need of nancial assistance to continue with his/her study.

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Be enrolling in his or her rst year of the accountancy major of the Bachelor of Business at AUT Provide evidence of his or her need for nancial assistance to fund the current year of tertiary study.

undergraduate

business

amount and type of award


Doug Parke Memorial Scholarships are offered on a contestable basis each year. Doug Parke Memorial Scholarships may be paid either directly to AUT in contribution to the recipients tuition fees or quarterly to each recipient on the Foundation being satised as to the industry and progress of that recipient. The amount of each Doug Parke Memorial Scholarship varies in each year. The Doug Parke Memorial Scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected under the supervision of the AUT Foundation who shall invite a Selection Group comprised of a representative of the Faculty, Student Services and a Foundation Trustee to consider applicants. The AUT Foundation has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients may be required to participate in service activities organised by the Business School. The nal decision for the award of a Doug Parke Memorial Scholarship is held by the Foundation Selection Group. If the Group is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of each Doug Parke Memorial Scholarship is one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form A written statement outlining the applicants need for nancial assistance to fund the current year of tertiary study Written evidence to demonstrate major nancial difculties commencing his or her second year of tertiary study.

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epsom girls grammar school business academic excellence scholarship


closing date: 21 october 2010 (applications to hod business mgmt - epsom girls grammar school)
The Business School in conjunction with Epsom Girls Grammar School has provided a Business Academic Excellence Scholarship for the purpose of recognising an Epsom Girls Grammar School student who has demonstrated an outstanding academic achievement in their nal year at secondary school.
undergraduate

criteria

All applicants for this scholarship must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time student at Epsom Girls Grammar School in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme amount and type of award Demonstrate outstanding academic performance in their nal There is one Epsom Girls Grammar School Business Academic year of study at Epsom Girls Grammar School. Students completing Excellence Scholarship offered on a contestable basis per year. This NCEA must be: scholarship is awarded for demonstrated academic excellence. Completing at least 96 credits in four approved subjects at Level This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipient's full3 time tuition, learner services levy and student services fees up to Expected to achieve at least a grade average of 70 at Level 3. the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme. conditions of selection and acceptance The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. Recipients will be selected by the Epsom Girls Grammar School and the applicant's nomination will be approved by the Business School tenure Selection Panel. The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually. entry onto the Bachelor of Business programme. Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees achieving a B+ grade average each year. scholarship. In exceptional circumstances, a recipient may apply to the The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship. scholarships with the approval of the Business School The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend applications requirements a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the AUT Application for Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of progress of a recipient. Business programme Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve AUT Business School Epsom Girls Grammar School Scholarship themselves in service activities organised by the Business School. Application Form The nal decision for the award of an Epsom Girls Grammar School A covering letter addressed to the Head of Department Business Business Academic Excellence Scholarship is held by the Business Management, Epsom Girls Grammar School School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no Academic CV including achievement at NCEA Level 3 in Year 13 suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no A Business-related article. Details of this requirement are to be scholarship will be awarded. obtained from the Head of Department Business Management, Epsom Girls Grammar School.

business

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epsom girls grammar school business mori/pasika scholarship


closing date: 21 october 2010 (applications to hod business mgmt - epsom girls grammar school)
The Business School in conjunction with Epsom Girls Grammar School has provided a Business Academic Excellence Scholarship for the purpose of recognising an Epsom Girls Grammar School student who has demonstrated an outstanding academic achievement in their nal year at secondary school. obtained from the Head of Department Business Management, Epsom Girls Grammar School.

criteria
All applicants for this scholarship must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time student at Epsom Girls Grammar School in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme Demonstrate strong academic performance in their nal year of study at Epsom Girls Grammar School.

amount and type of award


There is one Epsom Girls Grammar School Business Maori/Pasika Scholarship offered on a contestable basis per year. One scholarship is awarded to an applicant of Maori or Pasika descent. This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipient's fulltime tuition , learner services levy and student services fees up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

undergraduate

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Epsom Girls Grammar School and the applicant's nomination will be approved by the Business School Selection Panel. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry onto the Bachelor of Business programme. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient . Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service activities organised by the Business School. The nal decision for the award of an Epsom Girls Grammar School Business Maori/Pasika Scholarship is to be held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, a recipient may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT Application for Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business programme AUT Business School Epsom Girls Grammar School Scholarship Application Form A covering letter addressed to the Head of Department Business Management, Epsom Girls Grammar School Academic CV including achievement at NCEA Level 3 in Year 13 A Business related article. Details of the requirement to be

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louise gardner scholarship


closing date: 10 november 2010
The Business School in recognition of its relationship with Auckland Girls Grammar has provided the Louise Gardner Scholarship for an Auckland Girls Grammar student who has demonstrated outstanding academic achievement at secondary school.

criteria
All applicants for this scholarship must Be NZ citizens or permanent residents have been a full-time school student at Auckland Girls Grammar in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Demonstrate an advanced academic performance in their nal year of full-time study at Auckland Girls Grammar Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme.

amount and type of award


undergraduate

There is one Business School Louise Gardner scholarship offered per year This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition, learner services levy and student services fees (up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme). The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


The recipient will be selected by Auckland Girls Grammar and the applicants nomination approved by the Business School Selection Panel. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry onto the Bachelor of Business programme This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School and the Scholarships Ofce. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service based activities organised by the Business School. The nal decision for the award of a Louise Gardner Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business AUT Business School Louise Gardner Scholarship Application Form A written summary of academic achievement at NCEA Level 3 to be provided by either the Year 13 Dean or Principal.

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onehunga high business school scholarship


closing date: 25 october 2010 (applications to head of school - onehunga high business school)
The AUT Business School in recognition of its relationship with Onehunga High Business School has provided scholarships for the purpose of recognising Onehunga High Business School students who have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in their nal year at secondary school. Academic CV including achievement at NCEA Level 3 in Year 13. A Business related article. Details of the requirements to be obtained from the Head of School, Onehunga High Business School.

criteria
All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time student at Onehunga High Business School in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time, in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme All applicants must demonstrate strong academic performance in their nal year of study at Onehunga High Business School
undergraduate

amount and type of award


There are four AUT Business School scholarships offered on a constestable basis per year Two scholarships will be awarded for demonstrated strong academic performance. One scholarship will be awarded to an applicant of Maori descent One scholarship will be awarded to an applicant of Pasika descent This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipient's fulltime tuition, learner services levy and student services fees up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

business

conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Onehunga High Business School and the applicants nomination will be approved by the AUT Business School Selection Panel. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry onto the Bachelor of Business programme. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School and the Scholarships Ofce. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients will be expected to make a commitment to involve themselves in service activities organised by the Business School. The nal decision for the award of an Onehunga High Business School Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually. Renewal of the scholarship in the rst year and subsequent years will be based on the student achieving a B grade average at the end of each year of study in the Bachelor of Business programme. In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

application requirements
AUT Application For Enrolment (AFE) completed for the Bachelor of Business programme AUT Business School Onehunga High Business School Scholarship Application Form A covering letter addressed to the Head of School, Onehunga High Business School

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vodafone bachelor of business sales scholarship


closing date: 14 january 2011
The Vodafone Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarship is for a secondary school student who intends to study in the Bachelor of Business majoring in Sales and has demonstrated a good record of academic achievement in their nal year at secondary school.

criteria
1. Applicants must have studied in their nal year of secondary school at one of the following schools: Aorere College, Auckland SeventhDay Adventist H S, De La Salle College, Hato Petera College, Henderson High School, Sir Edmund Hillary Collegiate Senior Sch, James Cook High School, Kelston Girls College, Mangere College, Manurewa High School, Marcellin College, McAuley High School, Otahuhu College, Papakura High School, Papatoetoe High School, Penrose High School, Southern Cross Campus, St Pauls College (Ponsonby), Tamaki College, Tangaroa College, Waitakere College, Wesley College, Alfriston College, Nga Kakano Christian Reo Rua Kura, Te Whanau o Tupuranga, Al-Madinah School, Te Kura Kaupapa Mori O Mangere, Zayed College for Girls. 2. Each applicant must complete and submit with their application a 200 word statement about why they want to study Sales. 3. Applicants can visit http://www.aut.ac.nz/study-at-aut/studyareas/business/qualications/undergraduate/bachelor-ofbusiness-phase-two-sales/application-for-sales-scholarships to apply for the Business School Sales Scholarships 4. Applicants short-listed for an interview must present a ve (5) minute Sell Yourself sales pitch to the Business School Selection Panel. The interviews will be held on 28 January 2011. 5. All applicants for these scholarships must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Demonstrate good academic performance in their nal year of full-time study at a secondary school Be enrolling for the rst time, full-time, in the Business School Bachelor of Business programme.

amount and type of award


undergraduate

There is one Vodafone Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarship offered on a contestable basis This scholarship is awarded for the payment of the recipients tuition, learner services levy and student services fees (up to the maximum points required for a double major in the Bachelor of Business programme) The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. Vodafone will make available to the recipient: A business mentor for the duration of the scholarship Paid employment of at least ten weeks at the end of year one and year two of the scholarship

business

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for the three year period of the Bachelor of Business programme, renewed annually Renewal of the scholarship each year will be based on the student continuing in the Sales major of the Bachelor of Business and achieving a satisfactory progress In exceptional circumstances, recipients may apply to the Scholarships Ofce for a deferment of their scholarship.

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conditions of selection and acceptance


Recipients will be selected by the Business School Selection Panel. The Selection Panel will consist of the Chair of the Marketing Discipline, Senior Sales Academic, Associate Dean or their designates and a Vodafone representative. The award of this scholarship will be based on the applicants: 200 word statement about why they want to study Sales; and Five (5) minute Sell Yourself sales pitch. The award of this scholarship is conditional on the applicant gaining entry on to the Bachelor of Business programme. This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Business School and the Scholarships Ofce. The Business School has the power to terminate or suspend a scholarship if it received an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient. Recipients may be required to participate in service activities organised by the AUT Business School. The nal decision for the award of a Vodafone Bachelor of Business Sales Scholarship is held by the Business School Selection Panel. If the Panel is of the opinion that there is no suitable applicant of sufcient merit applying for a scholarship, no scholarship will be awarded.

undergraduate

business

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asian journalism fellowship


closing date: 29 november 2010
A fellowship for an established or promising young Asian journalist sponsored by the Asia New Zealand Foundation to be attached to the Pacic Media Centre. The fellowship can be used for a special purpose visit to New Zealand and/or to undertake postgraduate studies. Leadership attributes that can be made use of in public and professional seminars Involvement in general and community projects and activities Overall meritorious academic performance where appropriate, or professional equivalent Strong journalism and/or media industry experience.

amount and type of award


One fellowship will be awarded per year The fellowship grant of $5000 may be used to partially cover tuition fees All other fees , including the Students Association fee will need to be met by the student.

selection
The recipient will be determined by a Pacic Media Centrenominated selection panel in consultation with the Schools Postgraduate Studies programme, Equity and Diversity Committee and the Asia New Zealand Foundation No fellowship will be awarded when the selection panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit.

design & creative technologies

tenure
postgraduate

Up to one semester or a maximum of one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic and/or professional transcript (if appropriate) A covering application letter demonstrating evidence of commitment to journalism education, training and community leadership.

conditions of acceptance
Recipients are required to undertake public and professional presentations with the Pacic Media Centre, guest lectureships, contribute articles and participate in professional collegiality. Recipients agree to write a report on completion of the fellowship for the Pacic Media Centre and for the Asia New Zealand Foundation.

criteria
Applicants must be outstanding, practising young journalists in the Asia-Pacic region or young journalists from the region with considerable potential The fellowship is open to journalists who wish to take up a journalist-in-residence and/or undergraduate/postgraduate programme in the Pacic Media Centre according to the following criteria: Demonstrated commitment to journalism education and community work Personal maturity Communication skills

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bachelor of mathematical sciences (hons) scholarship


closing date: open
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and support participation of students in Mathematical Sciences at postgraduate level within the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.
design & creative technologies

amount and type of award


The amount of this scholarship is payment to the value of $2,000.00 towards the cost of tuition, learner service levy and student services fees The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

postgraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript

criteria
Applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be full-time students accepted into the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences (Hons) The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

selection
Applicants will be considered by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

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computing & mathematical sciences phd fees scholarship


closing date: open
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and support participation of students in Doctoral Studies within the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.

selection
Applicants will be considered by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


Only full-time PhD students are eligible for this scholarship The maximum value of this scholarship is the equivalent to New Zealand domestic tuition fee , learner services levy and student service fee as published each year. The School reserves the right not to award the maximum amount. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

tenure
design & creative technologies

postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year, renewable for up to a maximum of three years.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Research proposal Evidence of other Funding obtained

criteria
Quality of applicant and research proposal; Fitness of research proposal to School research strategy and mission; Success in achieving other sources of funding (internal and/or external) to support the PhD programme of study. Has been accepted into AUT PhD programme.

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computing & mathematical sciences phd scholarship


closing date: 1st february and 1st august 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to support students in Doctoral Studies within the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.

selection
Applicants will be considered by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


The scholarship is available for full-time PhD study only. The scholarship is available for new enrolments only. The maximum value of this scholarship is NZ$25,000 as a stipend for living expenses and PhD Fees. The School reserves the right not to award the maximum amount.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other equivalent PhD scholarship. The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes. The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

tenure
One year, renewable for up to a maximum of three years.

design & creative technologies

postgraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Research proposal Evidence of other Funding obtained (if appropriate) Supporting letters from at least three referees

criteria
The applicant has demonstrated academic excellence and potential. Excellence of the D1 research proposal. Fitness of research proposal to School research strategy and mission. Potential for other sources of funding (internal and/or external) to support the PhD. Strong support from at least three referees. Fulls the criteria for acceptance into AUTs PhD programme.

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communication studies postgraduate scholarship


closing date: 21 january 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to promote the postgraduate programmes in Communication Studies nationally and to encourage and support New Zealand citizens or permanent residents to enrol in a postgraduate course of study.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Communication Studies No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award



design & creative technologies

The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The scholarship covers the full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee or part-time equivalent The scholarship does not include the Students Association Fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be full-time or part-time students accepted into the PhD or the Master of Communication Studies, or the Bachelor of Communication Studies (Honours) The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

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creative industries research institute (ciri) masters scholarship


closing date: open
This is a one year scholarship for full-time Masters students undertaking research within the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies. The CIRI Masters scholarship is intended to promote research that involves convergence of several disciplines. While the scholarship encourages research in the application of creativity, it requires research that foregrounds the process involved in working in the creative industries in an interdisciplinary manner. The research process may be practice-based through the research proposal must clearly articulate a hypothesis or research question(s). A key outcome of research undertaken under this scholarship aims at a better understanding of creative and interdisciplinary processes. A further intended outcome is high value multiple-author research outputs.

criteria
The scholarship is open to applicants who are qualied to register for a full-time masters degree within the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies Applicants must meet the normal admission criteria to the Masters programme, please refer the Academic Calendar: www.aut.ac.nz/calendar Students under this scholarship must have supervisors from at least two separate Schools at AUT, or a School and external supervisor from a different discipline Preference will be given to new external students This masters scholarship can be the research year of a two years masters, or a one year masters by research.
design & creative technologies

postgraduate

amount and type of award


$10,000 for 1 year (exempt from tax) The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee The scholarship does not cover tuition fees. Please contact the Scholarship Ofce or Head of School about information on further scholarships to cover fees.

selection
A Selection Panel from the Faculty will be convened by the Director of the Creative Industries Research Institute In determining the suitability of an applicant for the scholarship, the selection panel will take into consideration the applicants academic record, the applicants general investigative abilities, the referees statements, as well as the Facultys strategic needs.

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for a period not exceeding one year.

conditions of acceptance application requirements


AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript (if a copy please ensure that it is certied) Curriculum Vitae Name and contact details of two academic referees who are able to testify on the applicants qualications and abilities (the Faculty Research Ofce will contact your referees). Please submit a two page summary of the research proposal (using template provided) including details of its inter-disciplinary nature, and how it will be of benet to the creative industries. Incomplete applications will not be forwarded to the selection panel. The stipend will be paid monthly into a nominated account This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other bursary or scholarship, without the approval of the Committee Enrolment must be completed before the scholarship can be taken up The successful recipient is required to undertake the degree fulltime and may undertake paid employment commensurate with a full-time commitment to study The Scholarship may be terminated if the recipient fails to achieve a satisfactory six-monthly progress report.

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creative industries research institute (ciri) phd scholarship


closing date: open
The AUT Creative Industries Research Institute is a hub that weaves together the many creative research strands running through the Faculty of Design and Creative Technologies and AUT University. It acts as a focal point for collaborative research and practice between our varied areas of expertise, encourages excellence in our disciplines, and promotes the innovation that is core to many of our creative industries. The CIRI PhD Scholarship is intended to promote research into areas that involve a convergence of several disciplines for outcomes that are innovative with respect to the application of creativity and processes involved in working in the creative industries in an interdisciplinary manner. The research undertaken with this Scholarship should be of benet in developing better understanding of creative and interdisciplinary processes. Interdisciplinary collaborative research fosters research links between people of different disciplines as much as it concerns multi-disciplinary research.

criteria
The scholarship is open to applicants who are qualied to register for full-time study in a doctoral degree at AUT Applicants must meet the normal admission criteria to the doctoral programme, including second class (rst division) honours or equivalent as stated in the Academic Calendar Students under this scholarship must have supervisors from at least two separate Schools at AUT, or a School and external supervisor from a different discipline Preference will be given to new external students The proposed research is demonstrably interdisciplinary The outcomes of research benet the creative industries, broadly dened

design & creative technologies

postgraduate

selection
The scholarship is awarded by the CIRI Selection Panel In determining the suitability of an applicant for the scholarship, the selection panel will take into consideration the applicants academic record, the applicants general investigative abilities, the referees statements, the Facultys strategic needs and any other relevant information that may be available.

amount and type of award


$25,000 per year (exempt from tax) The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee The scholarship does not cover tuition fees. Please contact the Scholarships Ofce or Head of School about information on further scholarships to cover fees.

conditions of acceptance
The stipend will be paid monthly into a nominated account This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other award or scholarship, without the approval of the Director of CIRI Doctoral registration must be complete before the scholarship can be taken up The successful recipient is required to undertake the degree fulltime and may undertake paid employment commensurate with a full-time commitment to study An annual report on the scholars progress and a nal report on completion of the programme must be submitted to the Director of CIRI The Scholarship may be terminated if the recipient fails to achieve a satisfactory six-monthly progress report.

tenure
The scholarship is tenable for a period not exceeding three years. AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript (if a copy please ensure that it is certied) Curriculum Vitae Name and contact details of two academic referees who are able to testify on the applicants qualications and abilities (the Faculty Research Ofce will contact your referees) Please submit a two page summary of the research proposal (using template provided) including details of its inter-disciplinary nature, and how it will be of benet to the creative industries Incomplete applications will not be forwarded to the selection panel.

application requirements

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doctoral fee scholarship (engineering)


closing date: open
This scholarship is offered to PhD candidates in order to nurture and support the research culture of the School of Engineering.

criteria
Fees scholarships will be awarded on the basis of: ofcial conrmation of enrolment applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents the likely contribution to the overall research goals of the School of Engineering the provision of evidence of past academic excellence, including research.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The value of each scholarship is full fees for up to a year of full-time study The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

selection tenure
This scholarship may be awarded for up to one year and may be available for subsequent years depending on satisfactory progress reports. Recipients will be selected by the School of Engineering Selection Panel.
design & creative technologies

postgraduate

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School (Engineering) and the Scholarships Ofce.

application requirements
No formal application is required. On acceptance into the relevant programme, the School of Engineering Selection Panel will consider granting a scholarship. If the decision is favourable, the Scholarships Ofce will be notied and arrange the payment of fees.

Grants may also be available on a contestable basis for research related costs. Applications and information are available through the School of Engineering.

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doctoral scholarship (art and design)


closing date: open
This scholarship is offered to PhD candidates in order to nurture and support the research culture of the School of Art and Design.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the School of Art and Design scholarships panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award Scholarships will normally only be available to full-time candidates within the four year PhD timeframe Scholarships will not be awarded to AUT University Staff.

amount and type of award


Up to four scholarships to be awarded annually The value of the scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee. Will normally only be available to full-time students.

tenure
design & creative technologies

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Grants may also be available on a contestable basis for research related costs. Applications and information are available through the School of Art and Design.

postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year. An applicant may re-apply for one subsequent year of full-time prior to the closing date for applications.

application requirements
AUT Application Form No Referee Reports required.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Ofcial conrmation of enrolment in the PhD programme The quality and contribution of the research The likely contribution to the overall research goals of the school The provision of evidence of past academic excellence, including research.

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henry wilson pasika scholarship (art and design)


closing date: 18 february 2011
An annual scholarship offered in tribute to the memory of Henry Wilson, a well-loved student and staff member. The purpose of this scholarship is to reward the achievement of Pasika students and to encourage and support them to pursue postgraduate education in the eld of Art and Design.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Art and Design Applications will be considered according to the merit indicated by the proposal, in promoting or furthering understandings of Pacic cultures, communities and identities No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


One scholarship will be available to a suitable applicant each academic year If the recipient is a New Zealand resident, full tuition , learner services levy and student services fee payment for that one year is conditions of acceptance covered by the scholarship This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees If the recipient is an international student, the scholarship scholarship covers only that part of the international fee that is equivalent The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based to the fee paid by a NZ resident scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee. the Scholarships Ofce If the recipient is an international student, proof must be provided that as part of the application process, the balance of the international fee will be met by the recipient The School of Art and Design reserves the right to incorporate news of the scholarship recipient and his/her work in publicity. All work published, presented or exhibited by the student completed during the scholarship will acknowledge the status of the student as a recipient of the AUT School of Art and Design, Henry Wilson Pasika Scholarship.

design & creative technologies

postgraduate

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Written synopsis (1,000 - 1,500 words) of academic achievements and interests in relation to work in the eld of art and design.

criteria
Applicants may be NZ citizens or international students The scholarship is offered to an applicant of Pasika origin who shows excellence and potential The scholarship is offered for entry into year one of the Master of Arts in Art and Design Applicants are to apply in the usual way to the Master of Art and Design, indicating in the application that they have applied, or intend to apply for the Henry Wilson Pasika Scholarship This scholarship is not available to an AUT University Staff Member.

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indian newslink journalism scholarship


closing date: 30 september 2010
The purpose of the Indian Newslink Journalism Scholarship is to encourage journalism excellence.

selection
The recipient will be determined by the School of Communication Studies Equity and Diversity Committee with Journalism staff and Indian Newslink No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


One scholarship will be awarded per year Full tuition fees for a maximum of four papers per semester The scholarship does not cover the Student Services levy and Students Association fee. The scholarship does not include costs of books, material fees, NZQA and administration charges when changing a programme of study or miscellaneous charges.

conditions of acceptance
Recipients will be given an option of paid holiday work at Indian Newslink, subject to the discretion of the management of Indian Newslink. The management of Indian Newslink reserves the right to withdraw or change the conditions of this option at any time Recipients may be attached to the Pacic Media Centres international journalism programme This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarships The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fees-based scholarships with the approval of the School of Communication Studies Equity and Diversity Committee and the Scholarships Ofce The owners and employees of Indian Newslink and their immediate families are not eligible to apply for this scholarship Progress will be monitored by the School of Communication Studies Equity and Diversity Committee.

design & creative technologies

tenure
postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT/Indian Newslink Scholarship Application Form Academic transcript Professional CV Evidence of news media experience and/or interest (eg. attach examples of published stories, references) Evidence of commitment to journalism excellence.

criteria
Applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is open to full-time students of the School of Communication Studies who are accepted into one-year postgraduate programmes, such as Postgraduate Diploma in Communication Studies (Journalism) and Bachelor of Communication Studies (Hons).

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masters scholarship in computing and mathematical sciences


closing date: open
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and support participation of students at Masters level programmes within the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.
design & creative technologies

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The amount of this scholarship is payment to the value of $2,000 towards the cost of tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

tenure
postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be full-time students accepted into a Masters level programme with the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences The scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic excellence.

selection
Applicants will be considered by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

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postgraduate full fee scholarship (art and design)


closing date: 18 february 2011
This scholarship is offered to support postgraduate students and engender a research culture within the School of Art and Design.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be enrolling into one of the following School of Art and Design programmes: Master of Art and Design Bachelor of Art and Design (Honours) Master of Design Master of Philosophy These scholarships are available to applicants with high coursework grades and/or those who can provide evidence of past academic excellence and research The quality of the research proposal The likely contribution to the overall research goals of the School The provision of evidence of past academic excellence.

amount and type of award


Up to three new scholarships will be awarded annually The value of the scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

tenure

design & creative technologies

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year An applicant may apply for one subsequent year of full-time study prior to the closing date for applications.

postgraduate

application requirements
AUT Application Form Academic Transcript Research Proposal.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the School of Art and Design Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award The scholarship is not available to an AUT University Staff Member.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

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postgraduate full fee scholarship (engineering)


closing date: 28 january 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to support postgraduate students and engender research culture within the School of Engineering.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the School of Engineering Selection Panel Priority is given to students undertaking a thesis No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The value of each scholarship is full tuition , learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School (Engineering) and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
This scholarship may be awarded for a maximum of two years full-time equivalent The scholarship may be available for subsequent years depending on satisfactory academic performance.

design & creative technologies

postgraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be enrolled in one of the following programmes: Master of Engineering Master of Engineering Studies Master of Philosophy Postgraduate Diploma in Engineering (Research) Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents These scholarships are available to applicants with high course work grades and/or those who can provide evidence of past academic excellence and research.

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research excellence scholarship (art and design)


closing date: 18 february 2011
These scholarships are offered by the School of Art and Design which has a commitment to excellence and equity in its education programmes, to encourage and support Master of Arts students in Art and Design who are embarking on their Masters thesis or the Master of Philosophy Programme.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Art and Design Selection Panel Where the number of applicants satisfying these criteria exceeds the number of scholarships available in any one year, equity issues, the ability to demonstrate originality and the potential contribution of the proposed research project will be taken into consideration No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award The scholarship is not available to an AUT University Staff Member.

amount and type of award


The value of each scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for up to a year of full-time study This scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

tenure
design & creative technologies

postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The scholarship must be taken up in the year it is awarded. The recipient will provide a written or oral report to the Head of School (or nominee) in the ninth month of tenure The School of Art and Design reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Copy of Research Proposal No Referee Reports Required.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents These scholarships are offered to students enrolled in the thesis module of the Master of Art and Design Applicants must have an excellent academic record, an approved research proposal and have completed an application form.

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tuakana/teina scholarship in community leadership and excellence (art and design)


closing date: 18 february 2011
These scholarships are offered to Mori and Pasika students within the School of Art and Design to: Reward leadership qualities and academic excellence Encourage and support Mori and Pasika students to pursue postgraduate tertiary education Provide mentorship through the model of Tuakaka/Teina for undergraduate students.

selection
Recipients will be selected by a panel, including the Head of School and Programme Co-ordinator of Mori Art and Design, from the School of Art and Design No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


Up to three scholarships are awarded annually The value of the scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce During the year, recipients will be expected to be available as student ambassadors or mentors.

design & creative technologies

postgraduate

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Copy of Research Proposal No Referee Reports required

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents of Mori or Pacic Island descent Applicants must be enrolling into a postgraduate degree within the School of Art and Design Applicants must have an excellent academic record, an approved research proposal and have completed an application form.

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art and design excellence scholarship


closing date: 18 february 2011
These scholarships are offered to encourage students with proven academic excellence to study art and design.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Art and Design No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


Up to six scholarships will be awarded annually The scholarship covers the tuition , learner services levy and student services fee for up to one year of full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance tenure

design & creative technologies

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

undergraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria

Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be enrolled in any full-time, full year programme in the School of Art and Design These scholarships are available to applicants with high coursework grades and/or those who can provide evidence of past academic excellence.

This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce The recipient will provide a written or oral report to the Head of School or representative in the ninth month of tenure The School of Art and Design reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

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aut and pacic islands media association pasika communications scholarship


closing date: 30 november 2010 (undergraduate); 21 january 2011 (postgraduate)
These awards are sponsored and organised by AUTs School of Communication Studies and Ofce of Pasika Advancement in partnership with the Pacic Islands Media Association (PIMA) for New Zealand resident Pacic Islanders seeking media qualications. The scholarship is offered to assist one undergraduate and one postgraduate full-time student in communication studies.

criteria
The successful applicant will be chosen according to the following criteria:

amount and type of award


The scholarship covers tuition fees for a maximum of four papers per semester, learner services levy, student services fee The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee. The scholarship does not include books, material fees, NZQA, administration charges when changing a programme of study and miscellaneous charges.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year full-time study and pending academic performance may be renewed in subsequent years Part-time study options are available but will be negotiated on an individual basis. The maximum timeframe for completion of parttime study is ve years.

Undergraduate scholarship Demonstrated commitment to their respective community, measured by: Personal maturity; communication skills; leadership attributes within School community; involvement in general community projects and activities Academic excellence measured by overall meritorious academic performance in secondary school A Pasika student who at the time of their application has been accepted onto a programme of study in the School of Communication Studies at AUT, including the Graduate Diploma in Pacic Journalism. Postgraduate scholarship A Pasika professional who is a member of the Pacic Islands Media Association, and has been accepted onto a postgraduate programme of study at the School of Communication Studies at AUT Who has a degree in communication studies or related eld and has had a minimum two years work experience in the media industry or has had ve years minimum work experience in the media industry.

design & creative technologies

undergraduate

application requirements
AUT & PIMA Scholarship Application Form. Academic Transcript Short brief of professional background Signed Terms of Reference & Selection Criteria form Endorsement of support from one or more of the following: Community Leader School Principal (for undergraduate applications) Professional Supervisor/Manager (for postgraduate applications).

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selection
Applicants will be short-listed by a selection panel from the School of Communication Studies Equity and Diversity Committee. Short-listed applicants will attend an interview. The interview panel shall consist of representatives from the Pacic Island Media Association, School of Communication Studies, AUT , Pacic Media Centre, and a Pasika representative from the Ofce of Pasika Advancement.

conditions of acceptance and renewal

design & creative technologies

This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce All recipients must maintain regular contact with designated AUT Student Services Pasika Support Centre Staff Continuation of scholarship payments each academic year will be conditional on passing all papers As an AUT & PIMA Scholarship recipient you will be required to undertake at least one community/promotional activity per year for both the School and PIMA, such as: The annual PIMA conference The Polyfest AUT Open Days and Mori/Pasika Days All recipients must provide a report giving evidence of their community/promotional activity to the School Programme Leader, Student Matters.

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undergraduate

bachelor of computer and information sciences academic excellence scholarship


closing date: open
The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences has introduced Academic Excellence Scholarships for the purpose of promoting the participation and success of tertiary study in computer sciences by students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement.

criteria
Applicants must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Enrol as a full-time student in the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences Demonstrate excellent academic performance in their nal year at a secondary school Have achieved 56 credits in NCEA Level 3, including 14 credits in mathematics and 14 credits in English or a language rich subject.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The amount of the scholarship is payment to the value of $1,000 towards the cost of the tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year. The recipient will be determined by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

design & creative technologies

undergraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form AUT Scholarship Nomination Form, to be completed by the school. Secondary School mid year reports and/or record of learning

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

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bachelor of mathematical sciences academic excellence scholarship


closing date: open
The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences has introduced Academic Excellence Scholarships for the purpose of promoting the participation and success of tertiary study in mathematical sciences by students who have demonstrated excellent academic achievement.

criteria
Applicants must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Have been a full-time New Zealand secondary school student in the year prior to applying for the scholarship Enrol as a full-time student in the Bachelor of Mathematical Sciences Demonstrate excellent academic performance in their nal year at a secondary school Have achieved 56 credits in NCEA Level 3, including 24 credits in mathematics and 14 credits in English or a language rich subject.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The amount of the scholarship is payment to the value of $1,000 towards the cost of the tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

design & creative technologies

undergraduate

selection tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year. The recipient will be determined by the School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form AUT Scholarship Nomination Form, to be completed by the school. Secondary School mid year reports and/or record of learning

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

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certicate in computing and mathematical sciences equity scholarship


closing date: open
The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences has introduced selection Equity Scholarships for the purpose of promoting the participation and The recipient will be determined by the School of Computing and success of students who are under-represented in Computer and Mathematical Sciences Selection Panel Information Sciences, including women, Mori and/or Pasika Should there be more applicants than awards available then the students. applicants previous academic record will be considered

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The amount of the scholarship is payment to the value of $1,000 towards the cost of the tuition fee, learner services levy and student services fee. The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce The School of Computing and Mathematical Sciences reserves the right to use the names, photographs and details of successful recipients for promotional purposes The School may, from time to time, request the recipient to participate in promotional activities. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

design & creative technologies

undergraduate

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript or secondary school mid year reports and/or record of learning

criteria
Applicants must: Be NZ citizens or permanent residents Qualify to enrol as a full-time student in the Certicate in Computing and Mathematical Sciences.

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sony new zealand scholarships


closing date: open
This scholarship proles Sony New Zealands connection with new media and technology through the Bachelor of Creative Technologies degree.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the Bachelor of Creative Technologies Scholarships Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


Up to four scholarships awarded annually The value of the scholarship is for full tuition fees only All other fees will need to be met by the student.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fees based scholarships with the approval of the Programme Director and the Scholarships Ofce The decision of the Selection Panel is nal and no correspondence will be entered into The Programme may from time to time request the recipient to participate in promotional activity. Such activities will be done in full consultation with the recipient.

tenure

design & creative technologies

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

undergraduate

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Completion of a project devised by the Programme Director for the Bachelor of Creative Technologies

criteria
Applicants must be enrolled in the Bachelor of Creative Technologies Applicants must be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents These scholarships are available for students who achieve an outstanding result in the required project.

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tvnz diversity scholarship


closing date: 26 november 2010
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage wider diversity among the journalism intake into the Bachelor of Communication Studies and into the media industry. Applications must demonstrate personal maturity Applicants must have excellent communication skills Applicants must demonstrate leadership attributes within school community Applicants must demonstrate involvement in general community projects and activities Applicants must have overall meritorious academic performance in secondary school A student who at the time of his or her application was a secondary school student, and who has been accepted onto a programme of study in AUT Universitys School of Communication Studies.

amount and type of award


One scholarship will be awarded per year Full tuition fees for a maximum of four papers a semester, including learner services levy, and the student services fee The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee. The scholarship does not include cost of books, material fees, NZQA and administration charges when changing a programme of study or miscellaneous charges.

design & creative technologies

undergraduate

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year, and subject to satisfactory progress may be renewed for subsequent years (up to a maximum of three years).

selection
The recipient will be determined by the School of Communication Studies Equity and Diversity Committee with Journalism and Television staff, and TVNZ. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

application requirements
AUT/TVNZ Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Evidence of interest in news media (eg. attach examples of published stories or references) Evidence of commitment to community (eg. involvement with sports, cultural groups or other activities or experience).

conditions of acceptance
Recipients will be given paid holiday work at TVNZ Recipients are required to undertake at least one promotional community activity a year for TVNZ (for example, attend a function with TVNZ management). This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the School of Communication Studies Diversity Committee and the Scholarships Ofce.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is open to full-time students of Mori, Pacic Island or Asian ethnicity, who are accepted into the Bachelor of Communication Studies programme Applicants must demonstrate interest in the news media (eg. written some stories for the school or community newspaper) Applicants must demonstrate commitment to their community

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undergraduate full fee scholarship (engineering)


closing date: 28 january 2011
These scholarships are offered to encourage students with proven academic excellence to study engineering.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the School of Engineering Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The value of each scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
design & creative technologies

undergraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year The scholarship may be available for subsequent years depending on satisfactory academic performance, i.e. recipients must maintain a B+ grade point average.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in one of the following programmes: Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Technology Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents. These scholarships are available to applicants with high coursework grades and/or those who can provide evidence of past academic excellence.

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undergraduate leadership and excellence scholarship (communication studies)


closing date: 21 january 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to support students who can demonstrate one or more of the following: Academic excellence Leadership in the promotion of cross-cultural understanding Financial hardship.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be school leavers accepted onto the Bachelor of Communication Studies for full-time study Applicants who meet the criteria of academic excellence and can demonstrate a record of leadership in the promotion of cross cultural understanding will be given special consideration Applicants who can demonstrate nancial hardship are also encouraged to apply with relevant information. All applications are treated as condential.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually Each scholarship covers the tuition, learner services levy and student services fee for up to one year of full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the School of Communication Studies No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.
design & creative technologies

undergraduate

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce The decision of the panel is nal and no correspondence will be entered into.

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whangarei boys high school engineering scholarship


closing date: 28 january 2011
This scholarship is offered to encourage a student from Whangarei Boys High School with proven academic excellence to study engineering.

criteria
Applicants must be enrolled full-time in one of the following programmes: Bachelor of Engineering Bachelor of Engineering Technology Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must achieve a minimum of 50 credits in NCEA Level 3, including passes in physics and either maths subject.

amount and type of award


One new scholarship is to be offered annually The value of each scholarship is full tuition, student services and learner services levy The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee.

selection tenure
design & creative technologies

undergraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year The scholarship may be available for subsequent years depending on satisfactory academic performance. To qualify for renewal of the scholarship, recipients must maintain a B+ grade point average.

Recipients will be selected by the School of Engineering Selection Panel No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School (Engineering) and the Scholarships Ofce.

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doctoral fee scholarship (health and environmental sciences)


closing date: n/a
The purpose of this scholarship is to assist PhD or DHSc candidates further their studies in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences through a fees scholarship.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents The scholarship is open to full-time students who are qualied to register as applicants in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences for the degree of PhD or DHSc DHSc candidates are only eligible for the period of time they are enrolled as full-time thesis students Applications satisfying the above criteria will be selected by the Committees assessment of: written evidence of past academic excellence, including research the quality of the research proposal including the importance and signicance of the research the impact on the career development of the individual and the likely contribution of the research to the overall research goals of the relevant Division and the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually The value of this scholarship is a full tuition, learner services levy and student services fee exemption The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year This scholarship may be renewed for up to three years subject to satisfactory progress.

application requirements
No formal application is required. On acceptance into the relevant programme the Scholarships Ofce will be notied and arrange the payment of fees. Ongoing satisfactory progress will be monitored for the following two years award.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.
health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

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maurice and phyllis paykel trust scholarship in health science


closing date: 26 november 2010
This scholarship has been established through the generosity of the selection Maurice and Phyllis Paykel Trust. It is intended to assist Health Science Recipients will be selected by the Faculty of Health and graduate students at a suitable stage in the development of their Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards career to undertake additional study or research in an area relevant to Committee their further career development and the needs of the Faculty of The scholarship shall be awarded by the AUT Council on the Health and Environmental Sciences. In exceptional circumstances, AUT recommendation of the Faculty of Health and Environmental staff may be eligible for this award. Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee and

amount and type of award


One or two scholarships to a combined value of $10,000 or other sum notied by the Trustees.

with the approval of the Maurice and Phyllis Paykel Trustees No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other bursary or scholarship, without the express approval of the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee Reports on progress may be requested by the Trustees or the Dean of the Faculty at any time. Regardless, the scholar shall submit to the AUT Council and the Trustees, through the Dean a nal written report on the work that has been achieved during the tenure of the scholarship Research carried out during the tenure of a scholarship must conform to the codes of ethical principles governing health research and be approved by the AUT Ethics Committee and/or other relevant ethics committees Any publications resulting from work done during the tenure of a scholarship shall include an acknowledgment of support provided by the Trust.

application requirements

health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

Maurice and Phyllis Paykel Trust Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Two Referee Reports (to be sent to the Scholarships Ofce by referees separately from application) Written support of relevant Head of School Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

criteria
This scholarship is available to students who are enrolled in postgraduate health science degrees within the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences This scholarship is open to NZ citizens and permanent residents only The academic record of the applicant The nature of the proposed project The potential for the development of research in the Faculty.

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pacic island families study postgraduate scholarship


closing date: 25 november 2010
A scholarship is available within the Pacic Islands Families (PIF) longitudinal cohort study to a successful Pasika Master of Health Science or Master of Philosophy applicant.

selection
The recipients will be selected by the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee based on recommendations from the Pacic Islands Families Study Management Group Applications satisfying the above eligibility criteria will be selected by the committees assessment of (1) past academic excellence, including research; and (2) the impact on the career development of the individual and the likely contribution of the student to the Pacic Island Families study. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


One scholarship is available every second year. The next scholarship will be offered for tenure in 2011. The value of the scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees and an annual stipend of $10,000 The stipend payment will take the form of a monthly automatic payment to the recipients nominated bank account This scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

tenure
This scholarship is awarded for a two year period, provided evidence of satisfactory progress is shown.

conditions of acceptance
It is advised that students may apply for the Postgraduate Fee Scholarship (Health and Environmental Sciences) to cover tuition and student services fees. However, the PIF Scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other scholarship. You must notify the Scholarships Ofce and Head of Department for approval if awarded another scholarship Enrolment onto the Master of Philosophy or Master of Health Science must be ofcially conrmed by the Faculty prior to payment of the scholarship commencing.

application requirements
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

eligibility
Applicants should be NZ citizens or permanent residents and be of Pacic Island descent This scholarship is open to full-time applicants within the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences undertaking either a Master of Philosophy or Master of Health Science programme Applicants should have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in previous years of study. Applicants should contact the Pacic Islands Families Study Management Group if interested in this scholarship for more information. Contact co-Director Janis Paterson or Research Fellow Gerhard Sundborn on 09 921 9999.

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sport performance research institute new zealand (sprinz) international phd fees scholarship
closing date: open
The purpose of this scholarship is to assist International PhD candidates further their studies within subject areas of the Sport Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ) through a fees scholarship.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year This scholarship may be renewed for up to a maximum of three years subject to satisfactory progress and budget.

criteria
Applicants must be International Students The scholarship is open to full-time students who are enrolled in a PhD in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences PhD candidates are only eligible for the period of time they are enrolled as full-time thesis students Success in achieving other sources of funding (internal and/or external) to support the student during their programme of study Applicants must study under a SPRINZ supervisor who is a leading researcher Applications satisfying the above criteria will be selected by SPRINZ and the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Committees assessment of: written evidence of past academic excellence, including research the quality of the research proposal including the importance and signicance of the research the impact on the career development of the individual and the likely contribution of the research to the overall research goals of SPRINZ and the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences

application requirements
No formal application is required. On acceptance into the relevant programme, the SPRINZ International PhD Fees Selection Panel will consider granting a scholarship. If the decision is favourable, the Scholarships Ofce will be notied and arrange for payment of fees.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the SPRINZ Selection Panel based on the stated criteria. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit for the award.

health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

amount of award
The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually This scholarship covers full tuition and Learner Services Levy The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee or insurance.

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sport performance research institute new zealand (sprinz) scholarship


closing date: open
The purpose of this scholarship is to assist PhD candidates within subject areas of the Sport Performance Research Institute New Zealand (SPRINZ) through a scholarship.

application requirements
No formal application is required. On acceptance into the relevant programme, the SPRINZ Selection Panel will consider granting a scholarship. If the decision is favourable, the Scholarships Ofce will be notied and arrange for payment.

criteria

The scholarship is open to full-time students who are enrolled in a PhD in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences. selection PhD candidates are only eligible for the period of time they are Recipients will be selected by the SPRINZ Selection Panel based on enrolled as full-time thesis students. the stated criteria. The student must study under a SPRINZ supervisor who is a leading No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is researcher. of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit for the award.

amount of award
An annual stipend of $10,000

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held concurrently with any other scholarship without the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year. This scholarship may be renewed for up to a maximum of three years subject to satisfactory progress and budget.

health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

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interdisciplinary unit doctoral fees scholarship


closing date: open selection criteria
Recipients will be selected by the Interdisciplinary Unit Selection Panel based on the stated criteria.

This scholarship is offered to PhD candidates in order to nurture and support the research culture of the Interdisciplinary Unit.

amount and type of award


Fees scholarships will be awarded on the basis of: ofcial conrmation of enrolment applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents the likely contribution to the overall research goals of the Interdisciplinary Unit the provision of evidence of past academic excellence, including research.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Director of the Interdisciplinary Unit and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
This scholarship may be awarded for up to one year and may be available for subsequent years for up to three years, depending on satisfactory progress reports.

application requirements

health & environmental sciences

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postgraduate

No formal application is required. On acceptance into the relevant programme, the Interdisciplinary Unit Selection Panel will consider granting a scholarship. If the decision is favourable, the Scholarships Ofce will be notied and arrange the payment of fees.

occupational health & safety research centre postgraduate student research scholarship
closing date: 30 october 2010
The purpose of this scholarship is to support and encourage Research Honours, Masters, or PhD students in the Occupational Health and Safety research area.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Occupational Health and Safety Research Centre and the New Zealand Work and Labour Market Institute. No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


$1,000 dollars is to be awarded to up to three Research Honours, Masters, or PhD students. The scholarship is intended to support postgraduate students with a thesis-based research project, conference attendance or article publication in the Occupational Health and Safety research area.

conditions of acceptance
Scholarship holders must acknowledge the OH&S Research Centre and NZWALMI in any publications as supporters of their project, attendance or publication. Scholarship holders may be asked to participate in media advertising.

tenure
The majority of the activity needs to be completed before the end of 2010.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Applicants must supply a current CV Applicants must supply a covering letter explaining how they would make use of the scholarship
health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

criteria
The scholarship is open to full-time and part-time students enrolled at AUT who are qualied to commence the thesis or dissertation component of a research Honours, Masters or PhD degree at AUT Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents An applicants thesis or dissertation must focus on the Occupational Health and Safety research area The scholarship should be used towards a thesis-based research project, conference attendance or article publication Successful applicants may request other uses for the scholarship beyond the criteria listed above. The selection panel has the right to decline the request

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postgraduate fee scholarship (health and environmental sciences)


closing date: 26 november 2010
Scholarships may be available to students enrolled in any of the postgraduate programmes in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences with the exception of PhD and the Doctor of Health Science (thesis component). For PhD scholarship, see Doctoral Fee Scholarship in this handbook Postgraduate course enrolment must be ofcially conrmed by the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Applicants should have demonstrated outstanding academic achievement in previous years of study Scholarships will be awarded on the quality and contribution of the research proposal and/or those with the highest course work grades.

Mori, Pasika and people with disabilities are particularly encouraged to apply.

amount and type of award


The number of new scholarships to be awarded is determined annually Scholarships will be available to both thesis and coursework students The value of the scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees - in some cases partial fee scholarships may be awarded The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

selection
Recipients will be selected by the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards Committee No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the Committee is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

conditions of acceptance tenure


health & environmental sciences

postgraduate

The tenure of this scholarship is for one year.

application requirements
Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences Postgraduate Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Late or incomplete applications will not be considered Applications submitted without signatures will not be considered.

This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents This scholarship is open to students accepted on to any of the postgraduate programmes in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences. Doctor of Health Science (coursework component only).

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jennifer playfair memorial scholarship (applied science)


closing date: 28 january 2011
This is an annual scholarship for a three year tenure offered in tribute to the memory of Jennifer Playfair, a well loved and respected AUT staff member. The scholarship is to encourage and support a student in the Environmental Sciences major of the Bachelor of Applied Science degree.

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents. The scholarship is based on academic excellence and an interest in the environment Preference will be given to Year 13 applicants.

amount and type of award


One scholarship is available at any one time. Therefore, it may not be offered every year The value of each scholarship is full tuition, including the learner services levy and student services fee The scholarship does not cover the Students Association fee

selection
Recipients will be selected by a selection panel from the School of Applied Science No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

tenure
This scholarship is awarded for one year and may be renewed to a maximum of three years full-time study The scholarship will be renewed in subsequent years depending on satisfactory academic performance.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship. The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of School and the Scholarships Ofce.
undergraduate
health & environmental sciences

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Applicants are required to submit a statement (one page maximum) outlining their interest in the environment and their future career goals and aspirations.

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occupational therapy scholarship


closing date: 11 march 2011
The purpose of this scholarship is to provide nancial assistance to applicants who are: Mori; Pasika; male; or who have a disability, who wish to enrol or re-enrol in the BHSc (Occupational Therapy) in the Faculty of Health and Environmental Sciences.

selection
Applicants will be considered by a selection panel from the Department of Occupational Science and Therapy If there are no applicant(s) of sufcient merit, the panel reserves the right not to make the award.

amount and type of award


Two scholarships are available annually The value of each scholarship is $400.

conditions of acceptance
The scholarship will be paid on enrolment at the start of the academic year This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce.

tenure
Not applicable.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Applicants must submit a typed statement of at least 400 words in English or Te Reo Mori which details their proposed career path, future goals and educational aspirations as a developing occupational therapist Late or incomplete applications will not be considered.

undergraduate
health & environmental sciences

criteria
Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must have been selected for enrolment or re-enrolment in the BHSc (Occupational Therapy).

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john tapiata scholarship


closing date: 15 february 2011
The John Tapiata Scholarship was established in 1992 to acknowledge the contribution of John Tapiata as the rst Tumuaki of Te Ara Poutama and his passion for excellence and Te Reo Mori.

selection
The selection panel will consist of: Tumuaki Programme Leaders No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


One new scholarship is awarded annually The value of the John Tapiata Scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for up to one year of fulltime study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Recipients will be expected to: Attend all classes Support Te Ara Poutama recruitment and marketing activities, if and when required Participate in supporting Te Ara Poutama students in accessing support services through familiarisation with AUT staff and services.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year The scholarship may be considered for renewal in subsequent years, up to a maximum of three years per recipient.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Applicants must submit a 1,000 word typed essay in Te Reo Mori in reference to career paths, future goals and educational aspirations.

criteria
Applicants must have been accepted onto a certicate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme within Te Ara Poutama Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be supported by community leaders, groups, organisations or schools on the basis of their leadership qualities. te ara poutama
undergraduate

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mavis tuoro scholarship


closing date: 15 february 2011
The Mavis Tuoro Scholarship was established in 1998 to acknowledge the contribution of Mavis Tuoro to Te Ara Poutama. The scholarship is to encourage Mori scholarship in English or Te Reo Mori.

selection
The selection panel will consist of: The Tumuaki (or nominee) Programme Leaders No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


One new scholarship is awarded annually The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee The value of the Mavis Tuoro Scholarship is $500 towards tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for up to one year of a full-time study.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Recipients will be expected to: Attend all classes Support Te Ara Poutama recruitment and marketing activities, if and when required Participate in supporting Te Ara Poutama students in accessing support services through familiarisation with AUT staff and services.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year The scholarship may be considered for renewal in subsequent years, up to a maximum of three years per nominee.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript Applicants must submit a 500 word typed essay in English or Te Reo Mori in reference to career paths, future goals and educational aspirations.

criteria
te ara poutama
undergraduate

Applicants must have been accepted onto a certicate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme within Te Ara Poutama Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be supported by community leaders, groups, organisations or schools on the basis of their leadership qualities.

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peter harwood scholarship in community leadership and excellence


closing date: 15 february 2011
To reward leadership qualities and academic excellence. To encourage and support students to pursue tertiary education in the area of Mori Development.

selection
The selection panel will consist of: The Tumuaki (or nominee) Programme Leaders No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufcient merit applying for the award.

amount and type of award


Up to ve scholarships are available annually The value of each scholarship is full tuition, learner services levy and student services fees for up to one year of full-time study The scholarship does not include the Students Association fee.

conditions of acceptance
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Ofce Recipients will be expected to: Attend all classes Support Te Ara Poutama recruitment and marketing activities, if and when required Participate in supporting Te Ara Poutama students in accessing support services through familiarisation with AUT staff and services.

tenure
The tenure of this scholarship is for one year Scholarships may be considered for renewal in subsequent years, up to a maximum of three years per applicant.

application requirements
AUT Scholarship Application Form Academic Transcript.

criteria
These scholarships are available to full-time students who have been accepted onto a certicate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme within Te Ara Poutama Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents Applicants must be supported by community leaders, groups, organisations or schools on the basis of their leadership qualities.

te ara poutama

undergraduate

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solgm award
closing date: awarded at the end of the semester in which paper 956400 iwi resource management is delivered.
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage Maori employment in local government.

conditions of acceptance
Undertake Cooperative Education internship with a Local Territorial Authority (LTA)

amount and type of award


One scholarship of $1000 each year toward tuition fees All other fees including the learner services levy, student services fee and students association fee are not covered and will need to be met by the student

tenure
One year only.

application requirements
Enrolment in the AUT paper 956400 Iwi Resource Management

selection criteria
The scholarship will be awarded to the top Maori student of paper 956400 Iwi Resource Management. If that student does not accept because of the terms of the Award, then the scholarship is offered to the next student. If that student does not accept, then no Award is offered for that year.

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undergraduate

external scholarships
postgraduate scholarships
There is a large number of sources for external scholarship and research funding. The list below represents the main sources. For a more comprehensive list please contact the University Research Ofce (URO) or the Scholarships Ofce. please note: All applications for external research funding must be authorised through the relevant Faculty Research Ofce and then submitted to the University Research Ofce at least three working days prior to the external funder's deadline. URO staff can also offer invaluable assistance on the application and approval processes. Please contact the URO directly for further advice on funding available and the application process. Please go to http://www.frst.govt.nz/funding/business/ technologycapability for further details on the application process. Students and supervisors should contact the University Research Ofce at an early stage of the application process. Te Tipu Ptaiao Fellowships (TTP) Te Tipu Ptaiao Fellowships (TTP) support students to develop their science and Mori knowledge research capability. Approximately 20 fellowships are offered in each round to students completing masterate, doctorate or postdoctoral work in a science, engineering or technology discipline. www.frst.govt.nz/funding/students/TTP

community of science (cos) university research ofce


Level 2, 350 Queen Street Phone: 09-921-9999 ext 8323 Web: www.aut.ac.nz/research The most comprehensive source of funding information available on the Web, with more than 22,000 records, representing over 400,000 funding opportunities, worth over $33 billion. This site is free to access from the AUT computer network. http://fundingopps.cos.com/

foundation for research, science and technology (frst)


Postdoctoral Fellowships NZ Science and Technology Postdoctoral Fellowships provide early career support for New Zealand scientists, engineers and social scientists of outstanding talent, for postdoctoral research either in New Zealand or overseas. TechNZ Capability Funding Capability funding is targeted both at early stage technology companies to give them the tools they need to succeed in research and development, and mature companies to help them exploit emerging areas of science and technology. Capability funding is exible. Examples include: - involving young scientists, technicians and engineers in research and development projects - engaging experts in research and development, and commercialisation project - hosting masters and PhD students

education new zealand (international scholarships)


Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships are a signicant educational opportunity. The scholarships provide nancial support for students from designated countries undertaking doctoral degrees by research in New Zealand universities. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit. http://www.newzealandeducated.com/index. cfm?layout=scholarships

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external scholarships
health research council (hrc)
These awards include: Summer Studentships in Mori Health These awards aim to introduce research to Mori students who have the potential to develop careers involving Mori health research. Summer Studentships in Pacic Health These awards aim to introduce research to Pacic students wanting to develop research skills with supervision and guidance from experienced senior researchers. http://www.hrc.govt.nz/ In addition two summer studentships (1) Health-related (2) Ethics will be offered and administered through AUT. The details will be posted on the Scholarships Ofce website as soon as available.

undergraduate scholarships
The Scholarships Ofce provides information on scholarships from a wide range of external sources. Information and application forms can be obtained through the staff in the Ofce. We have information on scholarships specically targeted to: Mori Pasika Women. Please note the following scholarships listed under external postgraduate scholarships: Enterprise Scholarship (ENT) Technology for Industry Fellowships (TIFs). These are also available to students in their nal year of an undergraduate degree undertaking research projects. The Scholarships Ofce regularly receives advice from a wide range of organisations offering scholarships for study in specic areas. These are advertised on the AUT electronic noticeboards and our website www.aut.ac.nz/students/student_services/scholarships/ under Undergraduate Scholarships and External Scholarships under each related Faculty.

new zealand vice-chancellors committee (nzvcc)


The NZVCC offers a range of scholarships predominantly at the postgraduate level. Scholarships handbooks are available from the AUT Scholarships Ofce or you can obtain information from the NZVCC website. www.nzvcc.ac.nz PLEASE NOTE: Applications for NZVCC scholarships need to be submitted to the AUT Scholarships Ofce and not directly to the NZVCC.

new zealand vice-chancellors committee (nzvcc)


The NZVCC also offers a range of scholarships at the undergraduate level. Scholarships handbooks are available from the AUT Scholarships Ofce or you can obtain information from the NZVCC website. www.nzvcc.ac.nz PLEASE NOTE: Applications for NZVCC scholarships need to be submitted to the AUT Scholarships Ofce and not directly to the NZVCC.

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student services
AUT Student Services are here to help. If youre a prospective or current AUT student and need advice or information, our team can provide assistance with any aspect of student life and help you make the most of your time at AUT. We provide a coordinated range of services and support to help ease your transition to university. If you would like further information on the many student services available, please contact the Student Information Centre or visit our website: www.aut.ac.nz/student_services

student information centre

campus events
Social activities and entertainment are a crucial part of student life and AUT holds hundreds of events every year to encourage students to have fun and meet people. These include the AUT orientation, market days, CONNECT bus trips, sporting events and many more.

The Student Information Centre provides comprehensive information on tuition fees, fees invoices, student ID cards, academic records, general enrolment, activities and events and Student Services information. These friendly centres are located on both the North Shore and City campuses. The cashier is located within these centres where all payments can be received.

Web:

www.autevents.info

the chinese centre


The Chinese Centre is a "home away from home" for Chinese students, with information and advice on studying and living in Auckland, academic workshops and study support, senior Chinese peer tutors, home-like space including computers and Chinese magazines, and community networking. All services and resources are freemake an appointment or drop-in.

contact details
location
WA Atrium AG Building

phone
921 9779

contact details
location
WB406

phone
921 9999 x8397

email
chinese.centre@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/chinese_centre

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disability resource service


The Disability Resource Service provides proactive, individualised support for disabled students, working to minimise or eliminate barriers to their learning. Services include information on campus accessibility, sign language interpreting and examination assistance. One-on-one support is available and general enquires are welcome.

health, counselling and wellbeing


Male and female doctors provide a full general practice service which includes treating all accidents and handling emergencies. Primary health nurses can be seen with or without an appointment for condential health advice and treatment. Free counselling is also provided at each campus and online. A network of trained staff and student advisors are also here to assist with concerns or questions about harassment and provide support with education and resolving complaints. Additionally, a Mental Health Supported Education Co-ordinator is available to assist students who have experienced mental illness and help minimise any barriers to their learning.

contact details
location
WB119 AS208

phone
921 9999 x 8262 921 9999 x 7778

email
disability.ofce@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/disability

contact details
location
AS104 WB219

phone
921 9998 921 9992

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/health

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international student support service


International Student Support has a friendly team of support staff who are here to make international students time at AUT rewarding and enjoyable. As well as offering advice and support, they also help international students meet other students and have fun.

residential accommodation
Residential Services contributes to the life experiences of students at AUT through the provision of 700 beds in its modern halls of residences. Hall life gives students the chance to socialise within a diverse community and provides a comfortable and supportive environment that fosters academic success.

contact details
location
WB135 AS207

phone
921 9811 921 9643

email
intlsupport@aut.ac.nz

contact details
location
WR Building 8 Mount St City Campus

phone
921 9662

email
accomweb@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/international

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/accommodation

pasika student support service


The Pasika Student Support staff are a warm and friendly team and are here to help Pasika students from their rst day on campus and throughout their AUT student experience. Support is available in areas such as Pasika scholarships, activities, study groups, problem solving and many more.

scholarships ofce
The AUT Scholarships Ofce administers a variety of scholarships available to new and existing students applying for both undergraduate and postgraduate programmes.

contact details
location phone
921 9837

email
scholarships@aut.ac.nz

contact details
WB102

location
WB239 AS207

phone
921 9892 921 9893

email
Web: pasika@aut.ac.nz www.aut.ac.nz/scholarships

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/pasika

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student advisors
Student Advisors are experienced AUT staff who provide a general and friendly service to help students with anything to do with University. Things that you can discuss with them include any academic problems, personal problems, motivational issues, accessing support services or any other general advice topic. Student Advisors will facilitate appointments and guide you on processes to get you back on track. The friendly and condential service is available to all AUT University students.

student mentors
AUT Student Mentors are trained second-year and third-year students who support rst-year students from the same area of study. Mentors are assigned at Orientation and help students resolve any problems, nd their way around campus and learn how to make the most of the universitys services and facilities.

contact details
location
WB215

phone
921 9913

email
studentmentors@aut.ac.nz

contact details
location
WB Level 1 AS Level 2

phone
921 9450

email
studentadvisors@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/student_mentors

student nancial services


Student Financial Services can give banking, budgeting and nancial advice and also offers emergency assistance to those experiencing extreme nancial hardship. Students can also participate in the free KEYS to Financial Success paper.

contact details
location
WB239a AS209

phone
921 9333 921 9332

email
nancial@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/nancial

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te tari whinalearning development


Te Tari whina provides a wide range of academic help and study support to all AUT students. Services include free study skills tuition (KEYS papers), one-on-one tuition, drop-in sessions, academic coaching, Te Reo Mori tuition, Pasika support, English language support, maths/numeracy tuition, peer tutors and learning disability support. The Te Tari whina Self-Access Learning Labs have a large range of material aimed at helping students acquire skills in English language, maths and Te Reo Mori. This valuable resource is particularly popular with students for whom English is a second language. The labs are located within the libraries at both campuses and staff are available to help students with their learning needs.

te tari takawaenga morimori liaison


The friendly staff at Te Tari Takawaenga Mori are here to help with anything that may be affecting students studies or personal lives. The team can assist with issues including homesickness, whnau activities, student loans, enrolment choices, allowances, relationship problems and scholarships.

contact details
location
WB204 AS211

phone
921 9903 921 9614

email
margaret.mehana @aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/student_services/maori

contact details
location
WA406 WW409

phone
921 9840 921 9999 x 5333 921 9999 x 8526 921 9999 x 7755

email
awhina@aut.ac.nz

university career services


AUT understands that nding the right career path can be difcult. The qualied consultants at University Career Services can help students to identify clear career/life goals through one-to-one support, drop-in sessions and career workshops. University Career Services also provides assistance with CV writing, job application letters, job searching, interview skills, understanding what employers want and linking goals to relevant study choices.

WA Level 4 AS215 Web:

www.tetariawhina.info

contact details
location
WB Level 1 AS210

phone
921 9899

email
career@aut.ac.nz

Web:

www.aut.ac.nz/careerservices

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