Extensive range of scholarships for new international students

Explore our range of scholarships if you're planning to enrol for the first time in Semester Two 2023.

Quick facts:

  • Up to 300 scholarships awarded annually
  • Up to NZ$20,000 each award
  • Open to new, full-time students at undergraduate or postgraduate level
  • Opening date: 9 March 2023
  • Closing date: 20 April 2023 (Semester Two intake)

With New Zealand’s borders now fully open, the University of Auckland supports international students to get back on campus by offering a wide range of scholarships, including exclusive scholarships for applicants from India, Vietnam and Southeast Asia.

The scholarships will be awarded biannually to new students studying full-time on a wide range of undergraduate degrees, masters degrees and postgraduate diplomas, who demonstrate high academic achievement in their previous study.

We offer a range of scholarships for those who are planning to enrol in Semester Two 2023. You must have received a conditional offer of admission, and be enrolled, or enrolling, full-time in an approved programme to be eligible.

Apply for admission now if you haven't submitted an application yet.

University of Auckland India High Achievers Scholarship

This new scholarship offers up to $20,000 towards tuition fees for new international students from India enrolling full-time in undergraduate degrees, PGDip or masters degrees.

University of Auckland ASEAN High Achievers Scholarship

This new scholarship offers up to $10,000 towards tuition fees for new international students from ASEAN countries enrolling in undergraduate degrees, masters degrees or postgraduate diplomas.

University of Auckland Vietnam Excellence Scholarship

A scholarship for new international undergraduate and postgraduate students from Vietnam, offering up to $20,000 towards tuition fees.

University of Auckland International Student Excellence Scholarship

A scholarship of up to $10,000 for new international students undertaking a postgraduate diploma, taught masters or undergraduate degree (gaining University admission with overseas secondary or post-secondary qualifications).