New Zealand offers scholarships to eligible citizens from developing countries to study abroad at a New Zealand education institution or university or at a Pacific university.
MFAT will fund the following scholarship entitlements:
Travel from my closest home departure port (air, sea or bus terminal) to the city of an international airport in your home country nominated by MFAT;
travel under a standard economy class air ticket by the most economical air travel route between an international airport in my home country nominated by MFAT and an airport in New Zealand close to the Education Institution;
airport reception and accommodation on arrival;
An establishment allowance;
a weekly living supplement to contribute towards basic living expenses for the duration of your scholarship;
The full cost of tuition fees, including compulsory enrolment, orientation and student union fees (course-related costs are excluded);
A return, standard economy class air ticket by the most economical air travel route,
Insurance which includes health care and travel coverage;
For Ph.D. students and Masters students where research comprises 120 credits or more of the Master's programme and as authorized by MFAT, a research and thesis allowance and provision for overseas fieldwork travel to the home country, if relevant;
2.10 travel under a standard economy class air ticket from New Zealand to the city of an international airport in your home country nominated by MFAT;
2.11 travel from the city of an international airport in my home country nominated by MFAT to my closest home departure port (air, sea or bus terminal).
The Eligibility questionnaire will establish whether you are eligible for a scholarship by checking the following:
In which country do you hold citizenship
How long have you been living in your home country
How much work experience do you have
Whether we provide scholarships to your country
You must complete the eligibility questionnaire before you can apply for a Scholarship.
28th February 2023
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