Tastes of Home Scholarship
All proceeds from the sale of the Tastes of Home book go towards creating a scholarship fund for people from refugee backgrounds, to support successful completion of a degree at AUT.
TeachNZ - Te Huarau Scholarship
If you want to teach, a Te Huarau scholarship can support your journey.
TeachNZ - Te Waka Whakarei Career Changer Scholarship
It is now open to more people.
TeachNZ - Tipu Whakarito Scholarship
Tipu Whakarito Te Reo Māori - for people wanting to teach te reo Māori as a subject in secondary schools.
TeachNZ Te Huawhiti Career Changer Scholarship
The scholarship is designed to assist applicants studying to teach any subject in any sector.
The Aspinall Scholarship
The intention of the Scholarship is to encourage and support a student undertaking research in Planning, looking specifically at the opportunities for incentives within the New Zealand planning framework for the provision of access to the outdoors.
The Auckland Medical Aid Trust Scholarship
This scholarship provides funds for individuals to undertake research towards a doctoral degree at a New Zealand university.
The AUT Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee Doctoral Scholarship
Awarded annually to a doctoral student who is a citizen and resident of one of the following Pacific countries; Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Nauru, Niue, Papua New Guinea, Samoa, Solomon Islands, Tokelau, Tonga and Vanuatu to carry out doctoral study at AUT University. By awarding The Queen Elizabeth II Diamond Jubilee AUT Doctoral Scholarship AUT aims to:
The Capstone Editing Carer’s Travel Grant for Academic Women
Why we want to help
The Capstone Editing Conference Travel Grant for Postgraduate Research Students
The purpose of attending the conference should be to assist with the student’s research or professional development. The student does not necessarily have to be presenting a paper or poster at the conference to be eligible to apply for the grant, though it is preferred.
The Capstone Editing Early Career Academic Research Grant for Women
How we can help
The Capstone Editing Grant for Professional Thesis Editing
We are thrilled to add the Capstone Editing Grant for Professional Thesis Editing to our program. The grant provides free thesis editing for one Masters student and one PhD student per year. There is no limit on the amount of words in the thesis that we will edit (so long as the thesis meets the students’ departments’ word limit). It just needs to be a thesis written for a postgraduate degree for an Australian or New Zealand university.
The Capstone Editing Laptop Grant for Postgraduate Coursework Students
The grant comes in the form of a A$3,000 gift voucher for Harvey Norman. The recipient can purchase any computer or laptop they choose and use any remaining funds to purchase software and computer accessories.
The Capstone Editing Mid-Career Academic Research Grant for Women
$5,000 for one mid-career academic per year to assist with seed funding for an innovative research project that may gather preliminary data and lead to the development of a research council funding application.
The Capstone Editing Research Scholarship for Honours Students
The Capstone Editing Research Scholarship for Honours Students provides up to A$3,000 (tax free) to one student per year to assist with covering the costs associated with the research for their thesis.
The Capstone Editing Scholarship for Indigenous High School Students
Capstone Editing seeks to make a modest contribution towards this target through our Scholarship for Indigenous High School Students. The scholarship will initially be available in South Australia, the home state of Dr Lines, but will hopefully be expanded to other states in the future.
The Capstone Editing Textbook Grant for Undergraduates
As textbook prices continue to rise, many students are having to choose between buying textbooks and covering their daily living expenses. With the average cost of a textbook at Australian universities exceeding $100, and many courses requiring multiple textbooks, our Textbook Grant can seriously reduce the financial burden associated with the start of semester.
The HASANZ Scholarship Programme
Workplace health and safety is an interesting and rewarding career choice. The HASANZ Health and Safety Professionals Survey 2017 showed that 91% find their profession rewarding.
The Jumpstart Scholarship
TPT, Lifewise and Auckland University of Technology (AUT) will partner to support a student, in the age range of 17-24-year-old who has experienced homeless, at risk of becoming homeless or have a serious housing need to receive a university education.
The Michael Barnett Scholarship
The Auckland Chamber of Commerce has established a scholarship to mark Michael Barnett’s 25 years of leadership of the Auckland Chamber of Commerce.
The Ryoichi Sasakawa Young Leaders Fellowship Fund (Sylff) Postgraduate Scholarships
The Fellowships aim to:
Toloa Scholarships for Pacific STEM Scholars
The purpose of the scholarships is to encourage Pacific students pursue studies in STEM subjects at tertiary level and increase the numbers employed in STEM careers.