Closing date: to be announced
The Maori Education Trust is financed from private bequests and trusts set up by individuals or businesses. In addition, it administers scholarships on behalf of the Ministry of Education and other agencies.
For undergraduate study the Trust administers a number of scholarships for Maori students. Applications close 28 March 2014
Rose Hellaby Scholarship ((available to Maori undergraduate students studying in the scientific, mathematical or technical fields. Priority will be given to students with academic merit and leadership skills)
Roy Watling Mitchell Bursaries (Available to first-year Maori undergraduate students who attended secondary school as a Year 13 student in 2012. Priority will be given to students with academic merit and financial need)
Ti Maru Maori Trust Scholarships: Available to full-time Maori undergraduate students studying at a recognised New Zealand tertiary institute. Priority will be given to students with academic merit
Te Putea Whakatupu Trust - Maori Education Trust
Business / Management Undergraduate Scholarship for 2014
Value of each award $10,000
Up to 30 recipients
These scholarships are available to Maori undergraduate students enrolled full-time in 2014 in a commerce, business, or management degree. Preference will given to those students who: are in their last year or second to last of study towards their bachelor degree; have proven academic merit; demonstrate a commitment to tikanga Maori and te reo Maori; demonstrate a commitment to Maori, iwi, and hapu economic development; are interested in building personal skills and expertise to support Maori economic and social development.
It is a requirement of the scholarship that recipients attend the Nga Whetu Hei Whai! Charting Pathways to Maori Industry Futures Conferences to be held in Hamilton, Sunday 24th August - Tuesday 26th August 2014. Travel and accommodation costs will be met by Te Putea Whakatupu Trust.
For further information go to http://www.tpwt.maori.nz/scholarships/tawera/introduction.htm
Te Putea Whakatupu Trust / Federation of Maori Authorities
Agriculture Scholarship for 2014
Value of each award $10,000
Up to 10 recipients
Te Putea Whakatupu Trust and the Federation of Maori Authorities are proud to present the inaugural Whanui Scholarship for Agriculture. This scholarship is aimed to encourage and support Maori to be leaders in the Agribusiness Sector.
These scholarships are available to Maori undergraduate and graduate students enrolled full-time in 2014 in an agriculture or agribusiness related degree. It is envisaged that the recipients of this scholarship will be committed to the future economic and social development of Maori, iwi, hapu and whanau.
It is a requirement of the scholarship that recipients attend the Nga Whetu Hei Whai! Charting Pathways to Maori Industry Futures Conference to be held in Hamilton, Sunday 24th August - Tuesday 26th August 2014. Travel and accommodation costs will be met by Te Putea Whakatupu Trust.
For further information, please visit http://www.tpwt.maori.nz/scholarships/whanui/introduction.htm
Further information is available from the website: www.maorieducation.org.nz, the Maori Education Trust, P O Box 11-255, Wellington, telephone (04) 499-8041 or fax (04) 499-8006. Alternatively email: email@example.com
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