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10 Scholarships to Study Bachelor and Master Degree at Massey University New Zealand

 


1. Agcarm Undergraduate Scholarship 

Agcarm is the peak industry association of companies which manufacture, distribute and sell products that keep animals healthy and crops thriving.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for someone who wants to pursue a career in sustainable crop and animal production or related agribusiness sectors.

What you'll be studying

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be studying one of these programmes: - Bachelor of Agricultural Science - Bachelor of Horticultural Science - Bachelor of Agribusiness - Bachelor of Science (Agricultural Science)

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be studying full-time
  • have completed the first year of your degree.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • your CV
  • a personal statement on why you deserve to be awarded this scholarship and what you intend to spend the scholarship on
  • two written references
  • a brief (300-500 words) statement which demonstrates the applicant’s personal views on the value of agrichemicals to the primary sector

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipient, we may consider your academic achievements and career aspirations.



2. Allan Key Scholarship


The late Grace Edith Meliora Kay established this undergraduate scholarship in memory of her late husband, Allan Kay.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for students who want to enter careers in agriculture or horticulture in New Zealand. Ideally, you will want to pursue a career in research.

What you'll be studying

These are undergraduate scholarships. You will study a degree with a focus on agriculture or horticulture. Your courses will mainly have these prefixes: 112, 117, 119, 189, 283, 284 and 285.

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be an enrolled Massey University student
  • be a New Zealand-born resident
  • be under 30 years old
  • be studying full-time.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a personal statement. This should outline your future career intentions as well as your current financial need and how this scholarship would help you
  • for 1st Year students, a copy of your High School results. For NCEA, go to the NZQA web page and on the My School Entries and Results page, click the 'view as pdf' (button on the right-hand side) to save this document

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipients, we may consider your academic achievements and your financial need.


3. Allan Gybson Scholarship 


This scholarship was established by Allan R. Gibson in 1980 to provide assistance to deserving accountancy students. Mr Gibson was a Palmerston North chartered accountant who wished to recognise “the extremely valuable contribution Massey University is making towards the development of the accountancy profession in New Zealand”.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for accountancy students interested in the rural, agricultural and/or agrifood industries.

What you'll be studying

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be a second-year or third-year student enrolled in an undergraduate qualification with a focus on accountancy.

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be studying in a specific subject area
  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a statement illustrating your interest in, and contribution to, rural, agricultural and/or agrifood industries on completion of your studies
  • your CV
  • a personal statement indicating how the scholarship will add to your prospects of successful completion of your qualification. Include any details regarding your financial hardship and need

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipients, we will consider your academic achievements and intentions to contribute to the rural, agricultural and/or agrifood industries on the completion of your studies. We may also consider your financial need.


4. Anexa Vets Study Grant


Who we're looking for

We're looking for someone with a keen interest in general practice, with an emphasis on large animal production medicine.

What you'll be studying

This is an undergraduate grant. You will be enrolled in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Veterinary Science.

Eligibility criteria

You must be:

  • a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • enrolled in the fourth year of the Bachelor of Veterinary Science
  • available to see practice at Anexa Vets in your fourth and fifth year

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a cover letter indicating your suitability for the award and your interest in general practice with an emphasis on large animal production medicine
  • your CV
  • two reference letters

Selection considerations

When selecting our recipients, we will consider your academic achievements, personal statement, and references. Shortlisted applicants will be invited to attend an interview.


5. Arthritis New Zealand Scholarship


The purpose of this scholarship is to engage and support students in research in the area of arthritis under the supervision of an experienced research professional working in academia, health service provision or other types of institutional organisations. Arthritis New Zealand uses its research funding programme to achieve four key objectives, including to contribute to the body of research that seeks to determine the cause of arthritis, prevention of arthritis, improvement of early diagnosis and treatment of all forms of arthritis. The Summer Scholarships are granted for small research projects with the intention of enabling students to develop valuable research skills. Projects are to be undertaken over the course of a 10–12-week period.

Applications

  • Applications are to be completed and received from supervisors of research projects.
  • Please note that applicants must complete an official Arthritis New Zealand Summer Scholarships application form. A maximum of 5 pages is allowed per application.
  • Students must be enrolled at a New Zealand university or polytechnic and be in the third year of study at undergraduate level or above.
  • Research projects must be related to arthritis with the precise topic to be determined by the student and their supervisor(s). As stated above, research projects must also clearly align with Arthritis New Zealand’s four key objectives.
  • All applications must be submitted via email only in PDF format to Dr. Richard Griffiths, Research Manager at Arthritis New Zealand by 5pm Monday 15 August 2022:

Additional Information

For further information about our Summer Scholarships programme, please click on the following link: https://www.arthritis.org.nz/research/summer-scholarships/.

Please note that applicants are also able to download a number of documents from our website as part of the application process. These are the advertisement for our 2022/2023 Summer Scholarships round, our Information and Conditions Form (which has a lot of important points to consider), our Summer Scholarships application template and our Summer Scholarships reporting template.

For More Information Please Contact: Dr Richard Griffiths, Research Manager at Arthritis New Zealand. Phone: 027 293 6709. Email: richard.griffiths@arthritis.org.nz


6. BPW Franklin Bursary Program


She would also be undertaking a course at a recognised University, Polytechnic or College of Education in New Zealand or re-training following an absence from employment.

Email bpwfranklinsec@gmail.com for an application form, conditions, and criteria.


7. Bailey Bequest Buslary 


The late Walter Henry Bailey was a retired farmer from Wellington. Massey University established these bursaries from funds provided by the Bailey Bequest.

Who we're looking for

We're looking for postgraduate students who are facing financial difficulty.

What you'll be studying

You can be enrolled in any postgraduate programme.

Eligibility criteria

You must be supported by a supervisor, head of department or other academic mentor who is familiar with your circumstances.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a supporting statement from your supervisor, head of department or other academic mentor who is familiar with your circumstances
  • a personal statement illustrating your financial hardship. Please include as much information as possible to highlight your need, including incoming funds and outgoing expenses

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipients, we will consider your financial need. If your financial need is due to unforeseen circumstances, you may apply for this bursary at any time.


8. Bay of Islands Scholarship


Who we're looking for

We're looking for someone with a preference for working in rural practice after graduation, who has a particular interest in production animal practice. You will be from a family which resides in the area currently serviced by the Bay of Islands Veterinary Services.

What you'll be studying

This is an undergraduate scholarship. You will be in the fourth or fifth year of your Bachelor of Veterinary Science.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a statement on your area of interest within veterinary science and your intended career plans. You should have a preference for working in rural practice after graduation, with a particular i

9. Bell Booth Diary Scholarship 

Bell-Booth Ltd. manufactures products used for improving the nutrition of dairy calves. The scholarship is to encourage postgraduate research, especially with relevance to the dairy industry and nutrition of calves.

What you'll be studying

This is a postgraduate scholarship. You will be studying animal science and undertaking research in dairy calf nutrition.

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be an enrolled Massey University student
  • be studying dairy calf nutrition.

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • your academic transcripts for any tertiary study completed outside of Massey University
  • a statement on how receiving this scholarship would be of benefit to you, and how you believe you meet the intentions of this award. This should include the relevance of your research to dairy calf nutrition

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipient, we will primarily consider your academic achievements.


10. Boottern Bequest Bursaries 


The funds for the Bootten Bequest Bursaries were endowed to Massey University from the estate of the late Mrs C Bootten, for the purpose to provide financial assistance to students to enable those students to complete the study for which they are enrolled. Mr and Mrs Bootten farmed for many years in Eltham, Taranaki

Who we're looking for

We're looking for students who are facing financial hardship or other circumstances that may hinder them from progressing in their studies.

Eligibility criteria

You must:

  • be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be studying full time
  • be enrolled in your first undergraduate degree

Application checklist

Include the following with your application:

  • a personal statement illustrating your financial hardship
  • a budget outlining your annual expenses and any predicted\\\earnings, including other scholarships or bursaries
  • a character reference

Selection considerations

When choosing our recipients we will consider your financial need, academic merit and character.


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