Category: Scholarships

Money Hub Scholarship Guide – Year 13

The Ultimate New Zealand Scholarship Guide 2020-21

Year 13 to University Studies

year 13 scholarships

Updated: 31 January 2020
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Summary

  • This page provides a complete list of all scholarships available to 2020 Year 13 students who are intending to study in 2020. We update it regularly.
  • We estimate that an individual school leaver could comfortably find 4-10 relevant scholarships to apply for.
  • Some external pages we link to may reference study in 2020 and deadlines in 2019; we have estimated the 2020 dates based on 2019 data and await the scholarship providers to update their own websites.

https://www.moneyhub.co.nz/scholarships-nz.html

Elaine P Snowden

The Elaine P. Snowden Astronomy School is a five-day event for Year 13 students interested in studying Astronomy or Physics at university. This will run in the first term holidays. 20 places available.

In 2020, the programme will run from 19-24 April, with a mix of seminars and practical work. Students will travel to UC’s Mt John Observatory at Tekapo and explore our cosmic neighbourhood with modern astronomical instruments. Back on the University of Canterbury’s Ilam campus, they’ll learn about the universe past, present and future, the life cycles of stars, planet exploration, extraterrestrial life and more. A highlight of the camp is meeting fellow students with the same astronomical interests and making new friends.

 

 

https://www.canterbury.ac.nz/science/outreach/events/astronomy-school/

Young women in Public Affairs Award 2020

Young Women in Public Affairs Award 2020

The goal of this award is to encourage young women to participate in public affairs by recognizing a commitment to the volunteer sector, evidence of volunteer leadership achievements and a dedication to empowering women.  For the purposes of this award ‘public affairs’ refers to all aspects of community life where decisions have to be made about issues which real to and affect our local and/or national community.

The Award is made by our club in the amount of $500.  We then nominate our clubs winner for the national, Zonta District 16, award and that winner also receives $1,000 funded by our sponsor Kepa Financial Services and US$1,500 funded by the Zonta International Foundation.   Zonta International then chooses 10 recipients from all the Zonta District winners and they each receive US$4,000 each.  New Zealand nominees have regularly been successful including our nominee in 2018.

To be eligible a young woman must be between the ages of 16 -19 on 1 April 2020, and enrolled in secondary or tertiary study at the time of application.

Applicants must demonstrate evidence of

  • Active commitment to volunteerism
  • or student government, local government, or workplace leadership (paid or unpaid)
  • Volunteer leadership achievements
  • Knowledge of Zonta International and its programs
  • Advocating in Zonta International’s mission of advancing the status of women worldwide.

The application form is attached.  Applications close on 1 March 2020.  Further information is available on the Zonta International website https://www.zonta.org/Global-Impact/Education/Young-Women-in-Public-Affairs-Award or contact me direct

Karen Greenslade kwgreenslade@gmail.com

021 755 736

Young women application 2020

Maori education trust scholarships for years 9-13 are now open for 2020

The Māori Education Trust 2020 Scholarship Programme is now open and offers scholarships to Māori secondary school and tertiary students who meet the respective scholarship’s criteria.

The 2020 Secondary Scholarship Programme is made up of the following scholarships:

Year 9

  • Tī Maru Māori Trust Secondary Boarding Scholarship
  • Rose Hellaby Scholarship

Year 10 – 11

  • Māori Education Trust Year 10 and 11 Scholarship

Year 9 – 13

  • Sister Anne Henry Scholarship
  • Edward Carlton Holmes Memorial Scholarship

Year 12 – 13

  • RJ Graham Scholarship

Year 13

  • VW & LM Rosier Scholarship
  • Regina Rudland Memorial Scholarship

Visit their site for details  www.maorieducation.org.nz,

Application form 2020 Secondary Scholarship Application

Girl Boss Advantage Programme – Applications close 15th November

When: January 21st to January 25th

Where: Fletcher Building Offices, Penrose, Auckland

Who: Young women aged 15 – 18

Cost: If selected you will receive a Scholarship, worth $1000, to cover your Programme fee.

 

Applications close November 15th!

 

Students would need to get themselves to Auckland and pay for their accommodation and transport.

 

 

 

 

Students Exchanges online scholarship information session

Student Exchange Australia New Zealand is a not-for-profit organisation registered with all state and territory Departments of Education around Australia and with the Ministry of Education in NZ. We are the first and only secondary exchange organisation in Australia and New Zealand to be certified to ISO 9001 (Quality Management System) and we ensure the highest standards of care and support to our participants.

We would like to inform you, that our deadline for Scholarships and Early Bird Discounts in 2019 is Thursday, 31st October and we welcome your students to apply.

We offer fourteen partial scholarships each year, for year and semester applicants only. Short program applicants are not eligible for a scholarship.

All scholarships are valued at either NZ$2,500 (semester program) or NZ$3,500 (year program) each. The categories for entry are:

Students  can find out more about our exchange programs to over 25 countries, listen to former exchange students share their experience and learn more about our scholarships and discounts on offer by attending a local information session, or a LIVE online information session on Thursday, 26th September at 9.30pm – 10.30pm NZT or Wednesday, 17th October at 6.30pm – 7.30pm. Students can register here.

Scholarships for Farming and Horticulture

Primary ITO is responding to the urgent need for skilled workers in agriculture and horticulture by launching a scholarship programme for apprentice fees.

Applications for the scholarships are open for October and November and will cover fees for the whole duration of the apprenticeship programmes, which generally take 2-3 years.

“Our industries are facing unprecedented challenges right now and we believe scholarships for apprentices will help business gain the skills they need,” says Primary ITO’s incoming chief executive Nigel Philpott.

“Offering scholarships for apprenticeships is one way of encouraging people to build a career in the primary industries, particularly as we know there is huge demand for people across all industries.

“We also recognise that it takes effort to study and learn. Training is valuable and Primary ITO believes that taking care of the fees will make apprenticeships very attractive.”

The scholarships are available for apprentices in dairy farming, sheep and beef, and horticulture production. Mr Philpott says an apprenticeship sets people on a pathway to a successful career, with support, advice and goal-setting coming from both a Primary ITO training advisor and the apprentice’s employer.

“With issues like trade, biosecurity, the environment, and competition all putting pressure on our industries, we believe the time is right to invest in people.

“New Zealanders depend on the primary sector, our largest export sector. It is growing and needs more skilled workers and employers.

“The future of farming and horticulture will be driven by innovation – not just scale. Our job is to train people to accelerate the pace of innovation, improve farming and horticulture practices, and deliver more profitable growth.”

 

For more information, visit www.apprenticeships.ac.nz or call 0800 20 80 20.

Media: Colin Marshall, Primary ITO Communications Manager, on colin.marshall@primaryito.ac.nz or 027 286 0737.

About Primary ITO

The Primary Industry Training Organisation is charged with leading the training of people in our largest export sector. We have 22,000 people in training. The sector is growing and our need for skilled workers has never been higher. To succeed, people in our primary sector must reflect the impeccable standards of food safety, produced with low carbon sustainable production practices, and the highest standards of animal and fish welfare that both society and the world expect of us.

 

Money Hub Resources

University Scholarships for Year 13 Students
MoneyHub has published a guide to hundreds of scholarships for students starting university in 2020. All universities are covered, and there are hundreds of privately-funded, Maori, Pacific and International university scholarships too. Applications close throughout the year, with tens of millions of dollars available. MoneyHub has also published a list of tips for scholarship success. To find suitable scholarships, visit the MoneyHub Scholarship page

Maori & Pasifika Scholarships at Yoobee

Yoobee Colleges Indigenous Legends Scholarship Competition 2020

Yoobee are proud to introduce the Indigenous Legends Scholarship. The scholarship will help to promote more Maori and Pasifika to pursue a career in the Creative Industry be it as a Graphic Designer, Animator, Game Developer or any of the roles that the industry offers.

To find out more click on the link below

https://www.yoobee.ac.nz/about/indigenous-legends-scholarship/