Scholarships and Awards


Academic English Language Scholarship
To provide provide Academic English Language Scholarships to students from Vietnam intending to study at AUT.


Access & Rural Women New Zealand Scholarship
This is a scholarship for a health worker who wishes to further his/her studies in the health and/or disability fields, with a particular focus on the provision of services to the rural sector.


ACTIVEIG YEARLY SCHOLARSHIP 2017
It’s designed to help the students who are currently studying in the areas of marketing, business, Science computers science, IT, Medical, Fashion, Engineering, etc.
 


Advanced Security Group Business Scholarship
The Advanced Security Group will provide the following scholarship to one AUT Bachelor of Business student annually.


Alliance of Girls' Schools Australasia 2016 Research Grant
The Alliance offers an annual grant of up to $15,000 (AUD) to assist an academic researcher postgraduate student or consultant with appropriate academic qualifications to undertake research specifically relevant to the education of girls at single-sex schools in Australia and/or New Zealand.


AMP Scholarships: National
Since 1998 AMP has dedicated more than $2 million towards helping over 160 everyday Kiwis do their thing. There’s really no limit on what your thing might be. If you’ve got a passion or a dream you want to turn into a reality, an AMP Scholarship could help you get there. 


AMP Scholarships: People's Choice
The People’s Choice programme is about applicants telling their friends, family and colleagues about their thing, and getting their support by asking them to vote through the People’s Choice voting site.
We're dedicated to helping people 'do their thing' - part of our commitment to growing and nurturing New Zealand communities and the talent within them.


AMP Scholarships: Study Start
The Study Start Scholarship is for a Year 12 or 13 student who is aiming to make a positive difference in New Zealand through their field of study or training. You don’t have to be a straight A student but you do need to be passionate and determined to do your thing.


Antarctica New Zealand Postgraduate Research Scholarship Programme 2017
Applications are now open for the following 2017/18 scholarships:
Antarctica New Zealand Sir Robin Irvine Scholarship
This Doctoral scholarship honours the late Sir Robin Irvine. Sir Robin chaired the Board during the establishment of the New Zealand Antarctic Institute (Antarctica New Zealand), and worked tirelessly to achieve the vision of facilitating science on the continent that makes a difference.

For Doctoral research
 Award of $20,000 per annum over two years (total of $40,000)
 Logistics support for two seasons in Antarctica (if required)

New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship

New Zealand's presence in Antarctica is important to our nation and something that New Zealand Post has been actively involved in since 1957. Supporting up-and-coming New Zealand scientists through this scholarship is a key way that New Zealand Post continues its close association with the white continent.

 For Masters or Doctoral research
 
Award of $10,000 over one year
 Logistics support for one season in Antarctica (if required)
 


Art & Design Postgraduate Fellowship
To promote excellence in Doctoral level research within the School of Art & Design.
To encourage and support excellence in creative practice research at doctoral level.
To recognize the contribution of doctoral level research to communities of practice within and external to the University.
To support and develop higher levels of pedagogical practice within the Art & Design doctoral student community.


Auckland Centre for Financial Research Doctoral Research Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to support a doctoral student, who wishes to complete a PhD in the area of empirical finance/applied financial econometrics at AUT University.


Auckland Council Environmental Student Partnership Programme
We are seeking five students interested in applied marine, terrestrial or freshwater research.


Auckland Council Research Scholarship in Urban Economics
The main purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and support postgraduate research into urban economics that has particular relevance to local government in New Zealand.

Research will be carried out at a New Zealand university in one of two categories:
 
1. Economic research that is directly relevant to the Auckland Plan, Auckland Council’s Unitary Plan or Economic Development Strategy, particularly studies related to transportation and infrastructure economics, market forces in the development of cities, land, housing and urban economics, and environmental economics.
2. Economic research that addresses a topic which is relevant to and informs the economic knowledge of local government in New Zealand.


Auckland Medical Research Foundation Doctoral Scholarships
The Foundation aims to encourage greater clinical research whilst maintaining its support for biomedical research.


Auckland Medical Research Foundation Postdoctoral Fellowships
The Foundation aims to encourage greater clinical research whilst maintaining its support for biomedical research.


AUT School Leaver Scholarships
AUT offers scholarships to secondary school students who are about to enter their first year of study at AUT in the following categories:
Academic Excellence: High academic achievement.
Significant Student: Contribution at a high level to the school or community. Applicants under this category must hold leadership positions and/or be active in cultural pursuits or sport at a representative level.
Kiwa: Māori and Pacific students demonstrating all-round ability and leadership potential. Applicants applying under this category must declare that they are of Māori or Pacific descent and also declare this ethnicity when applying for admission to AUT.
New Horizons: Students from a Decile 1 - 4 Auckland Region School.  See list of eligible schools attached - Appendix 1 (pages 4 -5).


AUT -Wuhan University Semester Fees Scholarship
In order to strengthen the partnership between Wuhan University and Auckland University of Technology (AUT), AUT will offer up to four fee scholarships annually (two in Semester 1 and two in Semester 2) for one semester of study in an undergraduate degree programme within the Faculty of Culture and Society based at AUT. 
 


AUT Academic Excellence and AUT Significant Student Scholarships
 AUT School Leaver Scholarships are available under the categories below, applicants are encouraged to apply for all categories for which they are eligible.
Academic Excellence: High academic achievement.
Significant Student: Contribution at a high level to the school or community. Applicants under this category must hold leadership positions and/or be active in cultural pursuits or sport at a representative level.

AUT Entry Level Scholarships are also available under the following two categories through the same application process:
AUT Kiwa Scholarships: Māori and Pacific students demonstrating all-round ability and leadership potential. Applicants applying under this category must declare that they are of Māori or Pacific descent and also declare this ethnicity when applying for admission to AUT.
AUT New Horizons Scholarships: Students from a Decile 1 - 4 Auckland Region School.  See list of eligible schools attached - Appendix 1 (pages 4 -5).


AUT and Cyclone Computers Laptop and Tablet Scholarship
The primary objectives of this award are to enhance the student learning experience and to increase study options for undergraduate and postgraduate students through the laptop scholarship programme.


AUT Faculty of Business, Economics and Law PhD Scholarship (Accounting)
The purpose of the PhD Scholarship in Accounting is to support postgraduate research study and to provide the student with the possible experience as teaching and/or research assistant. These scholarships are funded by Faculty and are offered to full-time students on a contestable basis.


AUT Foundation Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to recognise an academically able student who is making a positive contribution to the community and to encourage them to study at Honours, course work Master's or Postgraduate Diploma level at AUT University.


AUT Government Partnership Graduate Certificate in Arts (Interpreting) Scholarship
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) in partnership with MBIE and the Ministry of Justice (MoJ) will provide scholarships to assist speakers of identified rare languages to enrol in and complete the Graduate Certificate in Arts in Interpreting at AUT and to enhance their career opportunities whilst also fulfilling interpretation needs for the government sector.  
 
This programme provides participants with the opportunity to gain an important entry level qualification in interpreting and is currently geared towards those speakers of rare languages such as former refugees and migrants wishing to embark on a formal interpreting career.
 


AUT Kiwa Scholarships (Maori and Pacific)
AUT Kiwa Undergraduate Scholarships (Māori and Pacific Students) allow the University to recognise and reward the academic achievement, cultural participation, all-round ability, and leadership potential of Māori and Pacific students from New Zealand secondary schools.


AUT Māori and Pacific Postgraduate Equity Scholarships
AUT Māori and Pacific Postgraduate Equity Scholarship is available to Māori and Pacific students undertaking study at Level 8 or above (New Zealand Qualifications Framework) who have demonstrated the potential to achieve highly.   The Scholarships are available to AUT students or alumni intending to enrol in a postgraduate qualification at AUT. Preference will be given given to full-time students in their thesis stage of their Masters or who have been accepted into a doctoral degree at AUT University.


AUT Master of Human Rights Scholarship
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage and stimulate full-time students into the Master Human Rights, AUT will offer two AUT Master of Human Rights Scholarships to applicants wishing to enroll full-time into this Masters programme in 2018.


AUT Master’s Scholarship (Education)
The purpose of this scholarship is to reward students’ academic excellence, as well as supporting and encouraging postgraduate study in Education at AUT University.


AUT MedTech CoRE Mobile Technologies PhD Scholarship – Pulmonary Rehabilitation
The School of Clinical Sciences has funding for a 3-year full time PhD student to investigate the development and use of mobile health technologies to improve outcomes for patients with Chronic Lung Disease undergoing Pulmonary Rehabilitation.  Nested within a larger project, this PhD project will investigate the use of wearable devices and mobile technology to support best practice pulmonary rehabilitation programmes.  Further, the project aims to work within a team of health care professionals and design engineers to develop, embed and evaluate mobile health (mHealth) technologies into Pulmonary Rehabilitation programmes for people living with Chronic Lung Disease in New Zealand.  The broad aims of using such technologies are to improve adherence to these programmes and improve health related outcomes for patients attending these programmes.


AUT New Horizons Scholarships (Decile 1 - 4 Auckland Schools)
Students at Decile 1 – 4 Auckland Region schools, on the list appended, and who meet the eligibility criteria for this scholarship are invited to apply. AUT will select students who best meet the scholarship criteria and AUT’s strategic initiatives. The initial basis of selection will be academic ability as attested by the applicant achieving the required rank score, motivation to succeed at University and the nominee’s level of preparedness for university study. Preference may be given to candidates who intend to enrol at the AUT South Campus and/or those who can demonstrate financial need.


AUT Pacific Students Communications Scholarship (Undergraduate)
The scholarship is offered to assist one undergraduate full-time student in communication studies. One scholarship will be awarded per year. In exceptional circumstances, where two applicants are judged to be equally deserving and adequate funds are available, the school reserves the right make awards to both candidates.


AUT Postgraduate Certificate in Education Scholarships
The purpose of this scholarship is to encourage teachers who have an undergraduate degree to enrol in the Postgraduate Certificate in Education to be delivered at the AUT North and South Campus.  The scholarship is available to any student who meets the entry requirements for the Postgraduate Certificate in Education.


AUT South Campus Women in STEM - BCIS Scholarships
The AUT School of Engineering, Computer and Mathematical Sciences offers this scholarship to women in recognition of the contributions of Graham Bidois who passed away in early 2015. Graham was the AUT Computer Sciences Programme Manager and organizer of AUT GirlTech.
The scholarship is for women wishing to study the Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences at the AUT South Campus. This campus is growing and campus located in the heart of the South Auckland community. The Computer and Information Sciences courses are practical and relevant and designed to give a world-class university education.
 


AUT South Certificate of Science and Technology- Women in STEM
The scholarship is for women wishing to study the Certificate of Science and Technology at the AUT South Campus. This campus is growing is located in the heart of the South Auckland community. This course is practical and relevant and designed to give a world-class university education.


AUT South Huawei Achiever Scholarship
Huawei will partner with Auckland University of Technology (AUT) to offer scholarships annually to second year AUT Bachelor of Computer and Information Sciences students studying at the AUT South Campus.


AUT Staff MBA and PGDipBus. Administration Scholarship
This scholarship is intended to assist permanent full-time AUT staff members wishing to enter the Master of Business Administration (MBA) or PGDipBus Administration programmes. These are high-cost programmes and not part of the nil-tuition fee programme for staff wishing to study.


AUT Vice Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships
Auckland University of Technology (AUT) offers Vice Chancellor's Doctoral Scholarships in order to attract highly achieving doctoral research students to AUT and to encourage and stimulate doctoral studies in areas that enhance the University's research capability.


Awarua Trust Scholarship
To provide financial support to people in their pursuit of excellence.