Second year onward Education and Social Work scholarships
Have a look at these scholarships aimed at Education and Social Work students from their second year onwards.
The University of Auckland offers a wide range of scholarships that students in the faculty can apply for. In addition, we have some specific scholarships aimed at Education and Social Work students after their first year of study.
Dullabh Education Scholarships
The main purpose of these scholarships is to provide assistance to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Primary specialisation, Graduate Diploma in Teaching (Secondary) or a Masters degree in Education in the Faculty of Education and Social Work who, because of financial hardship, may not otherwise be able to undertake a university degree.
For closing dates, detailed information and how to apply, visit Dullabh Education Scholarships.
Te Karahipi Whakamaumaharatanga ki a Sonny rāua ko Mona Riini (The Sony and Mona Riini Memorial Scholarship)
The scholarship was established in 1998 in recognition of the significant contribution made by Sonny and Mona to the faculty, in particular their support as whakaruruhau of the Huarahi Māori Specialisation of the Bachelor of Education (Teaching) programme.
Available to second year Bachelor of Education (Teaching) Huarahi Māori students, up to three scholarships to the value of up to $4,500 may be awarded each year. The scholarships are awarded for academic merit, manaakitanga, personal attributes and the completion of practicum to a high standard.
For closing dates, detailed information and how to apply, visit Te Karahipi Whakamaumaharatanga ki a Sonny rāua ko Mona Riini (The Sonny and Mona Riini Memorial Scholarship).
Summer Research Scholarships
The Faculty of Education and Social Work offers research scholarships during the summer period of each year. We welcome applications from all eligible students. We particularly encourage applications from Māori and Pacific students, students from other universities in New Zealand and international students.
The purpose of Summer Research Scholarships is to give university students, normally in their final or penultimate undergraduate year, experience in research, to encourage them to pursue postgraduate study.
Students are expected to conduct a research project of approximately 10 weeks duration (400 hours) under the supervision of an academic staff member.
For closing dates, detailed information and how to apply, visit Summer Research Scholarships.