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.
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.
University of Auckland scholarships
Guaranteed scholarships for high-achieving doctoral candidates applying for admission to an approved doctoral programme at the University of Auckland.