Scholarships and awards at AUT University: an overview of what we offer

Scholarship Office

Scholarships Database

The Scholarships Database is a comprehensive and current list of scholarships available to existing or potential AUT students including those offered by AUT and about 100 offered by external funders. Application forms and regulations for scholarships administered by AUT can be downloaded from the database as well as a calendar of closing dates for the next twelve months. Information about how to apply for individual external scholarships is also available. The database allows you to search by name, level or subject area.

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Scholarship E-Newsletter

July - September 2015 Scholarships E-Newsletter

Other sources for scholarship information

  • Pacific students The Ministry of Pacific Island Affairs scholarships webpages offers a searchable database of scholarships for Pacific people.

  • Māori students The Māori Education Trust website offers an online scholarship application portal.

  • International scholarships Further information about scholarships to facilitate studies overseas and New Zealand Government funded scholarships for international postgraduate students is available here.

  • AUT Secondary Schools Scholarships Programme
    AUT’s Secondary Schools Scholarship Programme gives secondary students the opportunity to benefit from scholarships offered by AUT partner organisations and secondary schools who are part of the AUT Secondary Schools Scholarship Programme.

  • Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships
    New Zealand citizens and permanent residents plus international applicants with a prerequisite degree are invited to apply for the October 2014 round of the AUT Vice-Chancellor's Doctoral scholarships. These scholarships can be taken up from January 2015.

  • The Queen Elizabeth II Jubilee  AUT Doctoral Scholarship
    This award will be awarded annually to a doctoral student from one of the following Pasifika countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Tonga and Vanuatu to carry out doctoral study at AUT. Eligible applicants are invited to apply.

  • BreakOut searchable database
    BreakOut is a National database of awards, scholarships and grants that may contain additional schemes to those available in the AUT Scholarships database.

How to apply

Help and advice about completing a scholarship application.

Contact information

Contact the AUT Scholarships Office for answers to your questions and for help with the scholarship application process.

Last updated: 30-Jun-2015 11.14am

The information on this page was correct at time of publication. For a comprehensive overview of AUT qualifications, please refer to the Academic Calendar.