University of Auckland Summer Scholarships in New Zealand, 2018

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Scholarship Description:
Application Deadline: August 3, 2018
Application Procedure:
How to Apply:

To be considered for a Summer Research Scholarship, ALL applicants must make their application in two steps:

»Step 1. Apply for admission to the Summer Research Scholarship Programme :
»Step 2. Apply for a scholarship and a project :
Application Form:
Scholarship Link:

If you wish to apply for projects in two or more faculties you must complete a separate scholarship application for each relevant faculty (you only need to apply for admission to the Summer Research Scholarship Programme once)
Course Level: Scholarships are available for pursuing summer research program.
Study Subject: Scholarships are provided in faculty’s list of available projects: Faculty of Arts, Business School, Faculty of Education and Social Work, Faculty of Engineering, Faculty of Law, Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences, Faculty of Science, Auckland Bioengineering Institute and Liggins Institute.
Scholarship Award: Scholarship includes
$6,000 tax-free stipend.
Get a taste of postgraduate research and help you think about pursuing postgraduate study.
If you are new to the University of Auckland or New Zealand, you can experience studying here and living in Auckland.
Improve your career opportunities. In some cases the scholarships lead to a career in research.
Develop research networks and collaborate with leading researchers.
Some summer scholars co-author presentations at international conferences and academic journal articles.
Exposure to authentic case studies.
Participate in project meetings.
Practice data collection, analysis, literature reviews, interviewing techniques and mind mapping.
Learn to use specialised software.
Acquire specialist laboratory and presentation skills.
Number of Scholarships: Not given
Nationality: New Zealand and international applicants
Scholarship can be taken in New Zealand
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
Eligible Countries: New Zealand and international applicants can apply for these summer research scholarships.
Entrance Requirements: This is a general guideline for eligibility for a Summer Research Scholarship. Students will need to check the Summer Research Scholarships Regulations for the faculty that is offering their project of interest. Those eligible
You have completed at least two years of an undergraduate degree and be either
enrolled in an undergraduate degrees at a New Zealand university at the time of scholarship application
enrolled in a postgraduate bachelor (honours) or postgraduate diploma programme (some faculties) at a New Zealand university at the time of scholarship application
enrolled in an undergraduate degree at an international institution in 2017.
You have a scholarship GPA/GPE of 6.00 or above (5.50 for M?ori or Pacific students).
You have identified a clearly defined project and suitable supervisor willing to supervise the project. For the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries, you are required to devise the project; for all other faculties, refer to your faculty’s list of available projects.
Generally, you shouldn’t have held a Summer Research Scholarship previously (for exceptions, check the regulations).
You are not seeking employment as a tutor during Summer School or in paid employment either inside or outside the University during the tenure of your Summer Research Scholarship.
You haven’t started a masters, doctoral, or taught postgraduate programme (some taught programmes are permitted: check the regulations), or be completing a dissertation or thesis on an extension.
English Language Requirements: If English is not applicant’s first language, they will need to meet the English-language proficiency requirements for postgraduate study at the University.

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