University of Auckland Fulbright Scholarship
What is the University of Auckland Fulbright Scholarship?
UA Fulbright Scholarships are awarded by the University of Auckland Council, to encourage and facilitate study for approved postgraduate degrees at the University of Auckland by candidates already selected to hold Fulbright Awards. As a Fulbright Award fully supports a candidate for the first year, these scholarships are intended to enable Fulbright Award winners to complete degrees at the University of Auckland.
What does the UA Fulbright Scholarship cover?
In the case of a Master's student, a Scholarship shall be tenable (where appropriate) for the second year of study until the completion of the degree (or for twelve months, whichever is the lesser).
In the case of a Doctoral candidate, a Scholarship shall be tenable until submission of the thesis or for two years (whichever is the lesser).
The emolument attached to a UA Fulbright Scholarship is currently $15,000.00 per annum plus research/tuition fees.
Who is eligible?
UA Fulbright Scholarships are tenable to Citizens of the United States of America who are intending to take up Fulbright Awards to study in New Zealand and who intend to enrol full-time at the University of Auckland for an approved Master's or Doctoral degree.
Three UA Fulbright Scholarships are available each year.
Regulations for The University of Auckland Fulbright Scholarships can be viewed here.
Applications must be sent to:
The University of Auckland
Private Bag 92019
Auckland Mail Centre