Study in:New Zealand
Deadline: 1 September 2018
The Dick and Mary Earle Scholarship in Technology
Dick and Mary Earle have established the scholarship for funding and encouragement of postgraduate research into aspects of technology in New Zealand universities.
The drive of the scholarship is to provide funds for individuals to start research towards a master or doctoral degree at a New Zealand University or research institution in one or both of the following fields:
- Innovation and product development
- Bioprocess technology.
Candidates will be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents who have resided in New Zealand for at least 3 years immediately previous year of selection.
Candidates must have a BTech, BEng, BE degree or equivalent from a NZ university, with honors where they are awarded, in a area suitable to their intended postgraduate study.
In evaluating applications the Selection Committee will use the following criteria:
- Practical significance of the proposed study to New Zealand industry with regard to product development and innovation in, but not limited to, the food and bioprocessing industries.
- Project proposal.
- Capability of the candidate to deliver by successfully completing the project within the allotted timetable.
- Academic record.
Value and number awarded
Award will be $17,000 per annum at Masters level and $25,000 per annum at PhD level.
Generally one Masters scholarship and one Doctoral scholarship will be awarded each year.
How to apply
Applicants should complete an application using the Universities NZ online scholarships application.
The applicants must provide following information or document in the application form:
- evidence of NZ citizenship or permanent residency
- evidence achievements or practical experience that is relevant to the scholarship
- an outline of the postgraduate research project, including its relevance to the scholarship’s purpose and to candidate’s future career
- the names of two referees that candidate has asked to provide references on their behalf
- any other information that the candidate considers relevant to their application.
- A copy of the candidate’s academic transcript.
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