Frances Barkley Scholarship
A Scholarship to support an undergraduate Māori or Pacific student enrolling in a BSc.
About the scholarship
Application status: Not currently open for applications
Applicable study: Māori or Pacific students enrolling into their first year of undergraduate study towards a BSc majoring in Biological Sciences, Biomedical Science, Ecology or Marine Science
Opening date: 20 September 2022
Closing date: 1 November 2022
Tenure: Up to three years
For: Tuition fees
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $5,000
It is named after Frances Barkley, who in 1787, was the first European woman to visit British Columbia (with her husband Charles Barkley). She was quite an adventurer, and spent 8 years traveling the world, visiting and trading in remote and exotic places.
The main purpose of the Scholarship is to support undergraduate Maori and Pacific students to complete a Bachelor of Science degree majoring in Biological Sciences, Biomedical Sciences, Ecology or Marine Science.
How to apply
Scholarship applications will usually open around six weeks before the closing date. Please read the regulations carefully to be sure you are eligible before you apply.
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Technical issues or errors
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