Abdul Haris Muhammadi
Vice-chancellor’s Doctoral Scholarships: applications are open for study in 2013
Applications are now open for the Vice-chancellor’s Doctoral Scholarships. Each scholarship is available for up to three years. Applications close Monday 24 September 2012 at 4.30pm.
What does each scholarship include?
Why does AUT offers doctoral scholarships?
Who can apply?
How do I apply?
What research areas are available?
What other postgraduate scholarships are available to AUT students?
Where can I find the application forms and supporting documents?
Who can I contact for more information?
Each scholarship consists of an annual stipend of NZ$25,000 plus tuition fees for up to three years and is currently valued at approximately NZ$96,000.
AUT is one of New Zealand’s most innovative universities with a research portfolio that covers many subject and interest areas. These scholarships seek to recognise and attract students achieving at the highest levels to contribute to and benefit from this development.
Applicants must meet the English language requirements for the PhD programme.
Applying for this scholarship and applying to admission into the PhD programme at AUT are 2 separate processes. You must complete all of the 3 steps of the combined application process outlined below.
Follow the application process steps outlined below.
1) Register your interest in applying for the scholarship
2) Apply for the Vice-chancellor’s Doctoral scholarship
3) Apply for your PhD
Applicants will be advised of the outcome in mid November 2012.
Visit the scholarships section for other postgraduate scholarships available or ask the Scholarships Office for the latest e-Newsletter.
Last updated: 11 Jul 2012 12:00pm
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