Find information about the doctoral scholarships offered to Business School students at the University of Auckland.
Business School scholarships
Matthew S. Abel Scholarship
A three-year scholarship to support international and domestic PhD students in the Business School undertaking research in either the global competitiveness of New Zealand businesses; applied economics or business problems that are directly relevant to New Zealand businesses; macroeconomics; or interactions between Asian and New Zealand businesses.
Dean’s Doctoral Scholarship
A three-year scholarship to support academically excellent students to undertake full or part-time doctoral study on a predetermined topic that falls within one or more of the strategic research themes of the University of Auckland Business School.
Learn more about the Dean's Doctoral Scholarship.
ICE Foundation PhD Scholarship
A three-year scholarship funded by the International Centre for Entrepreneurship (ICE) Foundation to encourage research on growing New Zealand small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) and research collaboration between the University of Auckland Business School and The Icehouse.
Not offered in 2020.
Barry Spicer and Sir Owen G Glenn Scholarship
A scholarship for full-time PhD enrolment in the Business School, up to $30,000pa plus fees, for domestic and international students.
China Scholarship Council (CSC) Scholarships
A scholarship programme, developed in collaboration with the China Scholarship Council (CSC), aiming to foster long-term research cooperation between the University of Auckland and Chinese universities.
Kelliher Charitable Trust PhD Scholarship in Economics
A Scholarship of up to $15,000 pa for up to three years, to assist a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident who is enrolled full-time in a PhD in Economics.
Learn more about the Kelliher Charitable Trust PhD Scholarship in Economics.
University of Auckland scholarships
Guaranteed scholarships for high-achieving doctoral candidates applying for admission to an approved doctoral programme at the University of Auckland.