Scholarships for international students
A range of government, private and University-funded scholarships are available for international students.
Scholarships awarded by the University of Auckland
- University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarships
- University of Auckland International Student Scholarships
For new international students undertaking a postgraduate diploma, taught masters or undergraduate degree (gaining University admission with overseas secondary or post-secondary qualifications).
- University of Auckland International Scholarships - New Zealand School Leavers
For international students finishing secondary school in New Zealand who are enrolling in an undergraduate degree.
- Foundation Pathway Top Achiever Awards
For high achievers from our Foundation Pathway partners (ACG and Taylors College) who wish to enrol in undergraduate study at the University of Auckland
- Education and Social Work Postgraduate International Student Scholarships
- Dean’s International Doctoral Scholarship (Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences)
- University of Auckland International Business Masters Scholarships
- Faculty of Arts International Masters Degree Scholarships
- University of Auckland Commonwealth Scholarship
Doctoral scholarship for citizens of Canada and the United Kingdom.
- University of Auckland Fulbright Scholarship
For Fulbright award winners to enable them to complete degrees at the University.
- Colombo Plan Scholarship in Engineering
For citizens of Colombo Plan member countries.
- Dean's Asia Scholarships in the Faculty of Business and Economics
For citizens of Asian countries to complete a BCom or BProp degree.
- Summer Research Scholarships
Available to undergraduate students after their second year of study.
Many other University of Auckland are open to international students. Search for scholarships and awards
New Zealand government scholarships
These provide an opportunity for students from selected developing countries to pursue studies in development-related fields. Upon completion of their programmes, students are expected to return and contribute to the economic and social development of their home countries.
Available scholarships are funded by the New Zealand Aid Programme and the Asian Development Bank with financing from the Japanese government.
Country-specific scholarships, loans and funding
We work with external scholarship agencies and governments to provide opportunities for international students who meet admission entry criteria.