Every year, the Aotearoa Scholarship Trust (AST) helps tauira achieve their higher education by paying some of their study costs.
If you’re studying towards a degree or higher qualification in the following academic fields, you’re invited to apply for a scholarship that could award you up to $10,000.
Nine scholarships available
Standard scholarships – $3000 each
You can apply for as many scholarships as you like – as long as you meet the criteria.
Dr Buck Nin Award for contemporary Māori art
Preference given to tauira studying Degree or Diploma in Rauangi.
Mike Watson Award for Māori art
Preference given to tauira studying Degree or Diploma in Whakairo.
Rewi Panapa Award for Social services
Preference given to students studying all qualifications in Social work, supervision and community support.
Dr Diggeress Te Kanawa Award for Toi
Preference given to students studying Degree or Diploma in Raranga.
Tāne Taylor Award for Te Reo rangatira
Preference given to students studying Degree or Diploma in Te Reo.
Te Hiringa Teaching Scholarship for Education and social services
Preference given to students studying Degrees in Education.
He Waka Hiringa Scholarship for Angitū
Preference given to students studying Masters of Applied Indigenous Studies.
Te Matatini Kapa Haka scholarships – up to $10,000
This scholarship is specifically for tauira studying towards He Waka Hiringa – Master of Applied Indigenous Knowledge, with a subject focus in Kapa Haka.
First year - $5000
Second year - $10,000
How to apply
Applications must be received by us by Friday 18 May 2018.
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