Country-specific scholarships and funding

The International Office works with the following external scholarship agencies and government bodies to provide opportunities for study abroad students who meet admission entry criteria.

Denmark

Danish State Educational Support (SU)

Danish citizens may be entitled to student grants and loans when studying abroad. Please find further details on the SU website, or check with your home university.

Finland

Social Insurance Institution of Finland (Kela)

Finnish citizens may be entitled to student grants and loans when studying abroad. Please find further details on the Kela website, or check with your home university.

Germany

Bafög

German citizens may be entitled to student grants and loans when studying abroad. Please find further details on the Bafög website, or check with your home university.

Norway

State Educational Loan Fund, Norway (Lånekassen)

Norwegian citizens may be entitled to student grants and loans when studying abroad. Please find further details on the Lånekassen website, or check with your home university.

Norwegian University of Science and Technology Study Award

The University of Auckland offers one full tuition study award each semester to students applying through the Norwegian University of Science and Technology (NTNU). NTNU students can contact their Office of International Relations for further details.

Sweden

Swedish Board of Student Finance (CSN)

Swedish citizens may be entitled to student grants and loans when studying abroad. Please find further details on the CSN website, or check with your home university.

United States of America

Fund for Education Abroad

As a Fund for Education Abroad Access Partner, the University of Auckland offers two US$5,000 scholarships per semester to students with demonstrated financial need. Students from traditionally underrepresented groups in education abroad, such as minority and first-generation college students, are strongly encouraged to apply. 

Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship

Education New Zealand has partnered with the US Department of State to fund additional Gilman Scholarships for students studying abroad in New Zealand. Multiple scholarships of up to US$5,000 are awarded each year to high-achieving Pell Grant recipients.

Generation Study Abroad Excellence and Travel Awards

Education New Zealand and the University of Auckland support Generation Study Abroad students with two types of scholarships. Education New Zealand offers one US$2,000 Travel Award per semester to fund your flight to New Zealand, and the University of Auckland offers five US$500 Excellence Awards per semester to high-achieving students.

US Federal Student Aid (FSA)

Students can use financial aid for their semester abroad at the University of Auckland. Please check details with the financial aid office at your home university.