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The Sister Annie Henry Scholarship is available to a Māori secondary, undergraduate or postgraduate student currently enrolled in study.
Available to a Māori student who is a direct descendant of Reverend John George Laughton or of Tūhoe descent, to assist with education or training costs.
How do students apply?
IMPORTANT INFORMATION 1. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. 2. Additional information including missing or corrected information, must reach the Māori Education Trust by the closing date. 3. The Māori Education Trust does not accept any responsibility for lost or delayed application packages caused by incorrect mailing instructions or delays in delivery. 4. You must advise the Māori Education Trust of any changes to your application. All changes must be advised in writing (email or post). 5. Please do not staple your papers together; use a paper clip or place in a plastic sleeve. 6. If you meet scholarship criteria, you can apply for as many scholarships as you wish, however you can only be awarded one. 7. All applicants (successful and unsuccessful) will be notified in writing within three months after the scholarship closing date. Postal Address: Māori Education Trust P O Box 31213 LOWER HUTT 5040 Physical Address: Level 1 65 Waterloo Road LOWER HUTT 5010 Phone: (04) 586 7971 Email: email@example.com
Māori Education Trust
How and when do students learn of the decision?
All applicants (successful and unsuccessful) will be notified in writing within three months after the scholarship closing date.
What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
If you meet scholarship criteria, you can apply for as many scholarships as you wish, however you can only be awarded one.
The Māori Education Trust scholarship programme comprises a range of scholarships for Māori secondary and tertiary students
Who else has information about this award?
Maori Education Trust
PO Box 31213
Phone: (04) 586 7971