University of Otago Postgraduate Award, New Zealand

Code: OUA
Closing Date: 2 Nov
Value: An emolument of $13,000 plus tuition fees at the NZ student level and costs incurred in the production of two hard bound theses.
Tenure: Tenure is for one year, or until the thesis is submitted, whichever period is the shorter.
Categories: Masters
Location: New Zealand
Summary: This Award is offered by the University of Otago for Masters’ thesis study in any subject.

Comments: Postgraduate Awards are awarded by the University Council, on the recommendation of the Senate, to candidates in the first year of their thesis research for a Master’s degree.

Tenure of a Postgraduate Award by a Master’s degree student is for one year, or until the thesis is submitted, (whichever period is the shorter.) Students must be in the first year of their thesis research to be eligible for an Award. A shorter period of tenure shall be awarded in cases where four months or more of registration as a candidate for the degree have already been completed at the time of the award. Overseas tenure of a Postgraduate Award is not permitted.

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Eligibility Information: Postgraduate Awards are available only to students seeking to obtain their first Masters qualification. The University of Otago Postgraduate Awards are open to Domestic Fee Paying Students only. Confirmation of the Award is dependent on approval of the application to register as a Masters candidate and completion of the enrolment procedure.


Relevant University Regulation: This scholarship is governed by the University of Otago Regulations and Notes for Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards

Application Information: Applications are made on the University of Otago Postgraduate Scholarships and Awards application form.

Organisation: University of Otago
Contact: Postgraduate Scholarships Administrators
Address: Scholarships Office, PO Box 56, Dunedin, New Zealand
Tel: +64 3 479 5292
Fax: +64 3 479 5650

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