Details about University of Waikato Research Masters Scholarship 2023
University of Waikato Research Masters Scholarship 2023 is offered for Masters degree in the field of All courses offered by the university.
The deadline for the sending your application is 30 Apr 2023. This scholarship is provided by University of Waikato and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, up to $15,000 . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationals.
- Degree: Masters
- Provided by: University of Waikato
- Deadline: 30 Apr 2023
- Scholarship value: Partial Funding, up to $15,000
- Host Country: New Zealand
The Research Masters Scholarship provides financial support for excellent students undertaking a master’s thesis in any discipline at the University of Waikato.
Eligibility for the University of Waikato Research Masters Scholarship:
- Applicant must be enrolled in, or intending to enrol full-time in their first master’s degree including a 593 (90 point thesis) or 594 (120 point thesis).
- Should have had contact with a potential University of Waikato master’s thesis supervisor (the potential supervisor may be asked to confirm their involvement with the applicant’s research).
- Student should have not applied for this Scholarship before, i.e., applicants may only apply once.
- Applicants who have already begun their thesis may apply. However, if they are successful, the stipend portion of the Scholarship will be adjusted based on the number of months of thesis enrolment remaining after the date of the offer.
- Applicants enrolled, or intending to enrol, part-time may apply (but note clause 3.3 for further information on value).
- Applicants must not be eligible for a staff fees-concession during the tenure of the Scholarship.
- Academic merit, with an expected minimum grade average of ‘A-’ for their most recent 240-points of study. Where applicable, the Selection Panel may pay particular attention to results from 400- and/or 500-level papers.
- Other factors possibly taken into consideration are the experience of the applicant (e.g., references, prior research and work experience, publications), knowledge of Mātauranga Māori and/or Pacific knowledges, alignment with the research priorities of the Divisions/Faculties/Schools and/or Research Institutes, financial hardship, and the strategic objectives of the University.
- Preference will be given to applicants who have not yet commenced their master’s thesis enrolment and who do not have any other scholarship funding.
For students enrolled, or intending to enrol, in a 500-level thesis of 90-or 120-points as part of their first master’s degree. International students must have completed at least 120-points of study at a New Zealand university in order to be eligible for this Scholarship.