Chilean Bicentennial Scholarships
The Chilean Government Bicentennial Scholarships are open to students from the Republic of Chile who intend to undertake a Masters or PhD programme at The University of Auckland. The following programs are available under the scheme:
|PhD Programmes||Up to four (4) years|
|Masters Programmes||Two (2) years|
The University of Auckland is very pleased to be working in partnership with the Chilean Government to provide greater opportunities for Chilean students to pursue postgraduate studies in New Zealand. Information about the application process is available through The Comisión Nacional de Investigación en Ciencia y Tecnología (CONICYT). The scholarship can include return airfares to NZ, up to 100% of tuition fees and living allowance and English language courses.
- Check the scholarship requirements
- Create an "application user" with CONICYT
Submit an online Expression of Interest with The University of Auckland
You may also wish to begin email discussions with a potential supervisor for advice OR contact Auckland International staff for their assistance.
More detailed information about the application process is available at Becas Chile (in Spanish only)
All intending University of Auckland postgraduate candidates must meet English language requirements. Please refer to the postgraduate entry requirements for 2009.
Q. When will I know the outcome of my application?
A. Selected candidates will be listed on the CONICYT website and will also receive email confirmation.
Q. What are the visa requirements for studying in Auckland, New Zealand?
A. Information on visa requirements
Q. How can I find out more about living and studying in Auckland, New Zealand?
A. Information about living in Auckland and other links of interest
Q. I don't know how to write a research proposal. Do you have any examples that you could forward to me?
A. Please contact the School of Graduate Studies to see a sample research proposal
Q. When should I contact the academic staff in your university in the areas of my research interests?
A. You can contact the academic staff at any time throughout the year.
Q. Is it possible for me to be a Teaching Assistant at the time of my research at the University?
A. This will depend on individual faculty policies.
For more information about postgraduate study at The University of Auckland, please contact:
The School of Graduate Studies
Phone: +64 9 373 7599 extension 86899
Fax: +64 9 373 7610
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