David and Dian Ross Undergraduate Scholarship
A Scholarship of up to $10,000 per annum for up to five years for New Zealand citizens and permanent residents enrolling in a BA conjoint degree.
About the scholarship
Application status: Apply now
Applicable study: Bachelor of Arts conjoint degree
Opening date: 20 September
Closing date: 1 November 2020
Tenure: Up to five years
For: Assistance with study
Number on offer: Three
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $10,000 pa each
The main purpose of the Scholarship is to support school-leavers enrolling in the first year of a Bachelor of Arts conjoint degree who have the potential and drive to follow their passion and achieve academically, but who, because of financial hardship, may not otherwise be able to undertake a university degree.
How to apply
Please read the regulations carefully to be sure you are eligible to apply. Then click on the “Apply now” button and complete the online application form. We recommend you check the form early in case a reference or endorsement is required to support your application, and to familiarise yourself with the form. All sections (including request sections) must be completed by the closing date, which is midnight on the specified date (unless stated otherwise). We recommend you do not have two different scholarship applications open within the same browser.
Outcomes are determined by a selection committee and are usually notified around six weeks after the closing date.
Help and support
You can find answers to your questions about scholarships, awards and prizes on the University's online help and support centre, AskAuckland.
If you can’t find the answer to your question, contact our Student Support Team.
- For questions about a particular scholarship, award or prize, please include the exact name.
- For scholarships or awards closing within the next three days, please mark your enquiry as urgent.
Technical issues or errors
Every effort has been made to ensure the information we have supplied is correct and up to date. However we strongly advise that you check the regulations, application forms and any other information that is available, to ensure you meet the eligibility criteria for any application you might make, and that you understand the implications of any regulations, awarding value and closing dates.