The University of Auckland is now inviting outstanding students from all over the World, to come apply for the Faculty of Education and Social Work Postgraduate International Scholarship.
This program is available to students from all around the World, for the academic year 2020-2021.
The main aim of the grant is to support International Students, for a full-time Postgraduate study, in a specified program, with an amount up to $7,000 towards International student fees.
See full details below.
About The Awarding Institution
The University of Auckland is a Public Research University in Auckland, New Zealand. Established in 1883 as a constituent college of the University of New Zealand, the University of Auckland is the highest-ranked University in New Zealand.
Today, the University of Auckland is the largest University in New Zealand, hosting over 40,000 students on five Auckland Campuses. It conducts teaching and learning, within eight Faculties, two large-scale research Institutes, and other Institutes and Centers.
In 2019, the University of Auckland is ranked Number 1 globally, in the inaugural University Impact Rankings by Times Higher Education. The result recognized the University’s performance against the United Nations’ Sustainable Development Goals, as well as the University’s commitment to sustainability and making positive social impacts.
Why You Should Study At The University Of Auckland
As New Zealand’s largest research organization with more than 12,000 staff and postgraduate students involved in fundamental and applied research, teaching and learning is informed by the latest research enabling undergraduates, to benefit from this first-rate research reputation.
The University of Auckland provides extensive facilities, services and support for all students including academic learning support, accommodation options, scholarships, counselling, sport and recreation facilities and many on-campus events.
The University provides high quality, comprehensive educational and training opportunities for the students. Here students will be able to gain transferable skills that will help them adapt well and manage the different roles they plan to take on over the course of their career.
Faculty Of Education And Social Work Postgraduate International Scholarship
Awarding University: University of Auckland
Department: Faculty of Education and Social Work
Course Level of Study: Postgraduate
Award: Up to $7,000
Access Mode: Online (Application process is carried out online)
Number of Awards: Varies
Deadline of the Application: July 4, 2020
What Determines Eligibility?
Applications are welcomed from interested candidates from all Nationalities.
Acceptable Course of Study: The grant is available for a Postgraduate Degree, at the Faculty of Education and Social Work in a specified program.
In order to be eligible, interested applicants must meet the following criteria:
- Candidates are required to have a completed Bachelor’s Degree, or its acceptable equivalent qualification from a recognized University (or similar) overseas.
- Candidates with previous work experience may be taken into account.
How To Apply For The Faculty Of Education And Social Work Postgraduate International Scholarship
Interested applicants only, can enroll for an admission into a Postgraduate Degree Program at the University.
There will be no need to apply for this application, it is awarded on the recommendation of the relevant faculty or University of Auckland committee.
Required Documents: Interested candidates will be required to submit an official academic transcript, program completion certificate, mark sheets and CV with their applications.
To be able to apply for an admission, the candidates must check the entry requirements of their chosen program.
All applicants from outside the Home Country, will often need to meet specific English language requirements in order to be able to study at the University.
Benefits Of The Program
The grant program will be awarded biannually, and will be an amount value of up to $7,000 for 240 points of the program, or on a pro-rata basis for programs of less than 240 points.