Following are scholarship sources for international students who are studying at AUT and for domestic students who want to study overseas.
Domestic students who want to study overseasThe Embassy of Japan in New Zealand
The Japanese Embassy has announced the following fellowship/scholarship programmes:
Taiwan Foundation for Democracy - International Visiting Fellowship
International Visiting Fellows may reside in Taiwan to complete an independent research or study project for anywhere between several weeks to 1 year, depending on the nature of the tasks involved. This fellowship is designed for practitioners devoted to the promotion and building of democracy and human rights.
Applications for the International Visiting Fellowship will be reviewed on a rolling basis. However, applications must be submitted at least 2 months before the proposed beginning of the fellowship.
You can get more information and an application form from the Scholarships Office.
International students who want to study at AUTMinistry of Foreign Affairs and Trade New Zealand
The purpose of MFAT’s scholarships schemes is to enhance the skills, training and knowledge of selected individuals and thereby build capacity to contribute to the sustainable development of key areas in their home country.
Amount awarded: various
Closing date: various
Visit the MFAT website
New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
Funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand, the New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships offer a significant educational opportunity. The scholarships provide financial support for students from designated countries undertaking doctoral degrees by research in New Zealand universities. Scholarships are awarded on the basis of academic merit. Applications close on 15th July each year.
Visit the New Zealand Educated website