Sir Hugh Kawharu Scholarship A number of scholarships from the Kawharu Foundation are available for full time students encouraging Māori leadership and whom have an interest in cultural heritage. Visit their website for more details www.kawharufoundation.org.nz. Toitū Kaupapa Māori Mātauranga (Māori Education Trust) A number of scholarships are available each year aimed at supporting the advancement of achievement in Māori education. Applications open November each year. Fees Free NZ Government Scholarship This initiative came into being last year and allows NZ citizens new to tertiary study, no matter what age access to study the first year on any fee paying programme, for free (up to $12,000 or approx. 120 credits). You may be eligible if it’s your first time studying at tertiary level or you have gained less than 60 credits. Course related costs are not included. New Zealand Federation Of Graduate Women A selection of awards are available to assist women in their educational pursuits. Postgraduate award applications open on 1 May, closing the end of July. The Susan Byrne Memorial Award for women over 35 wanting to make a career change, awarded annually also closes the end of July. Teach NZ Scholarships A range of scholarships to support entry into the teaching profession and teaching graduates. Application periods vary between October and March. Visit the Teach NZ website for scholarship information and how to apply. Ngāti Kahungunu Scholarships and Internships General and research scholarships for iwi registered Ngāti Kahungunu descendants studying full-time in the third or final year of completing a degree, or doing post graduate study. Each year applications open in February and close in May. The following are a list of resources where you can search online databases for suitable scholarships, awards and grants relevant to your studies. Takoa Database An online information resource on iwi, government and private sector scholarships. Kia Ora Hauora Scholarships Database An online resource of scholarships for anyone studying to enter the health sector. 59 GIVME A database of awards, grants and scholarships for people in Aotearoa, New Zealand. The database allows you to tailor your search to scholarships relevant to you and your specific study needs. givME can be accessed at most public libraries, please ask your local library staff. You can also access this database at Te Wānanga o Raukawa Ōtaki campus library. check out the information below for closing dates and how to apply. for the most up-todate information or to find out more, refer to our website www.wananga.com/scholarships Prospectus 2020

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