Judith Binney – Te Tomairangi O Te Aroha Prize in Māori History

A Prize to reward and recognise the undergraduate student who achieved the highest mark and showed the greatest commitment to the study of Māori History.

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: Undergraduate study in Māori History
Opening date: By nomination
Closing date: By nomination
Tenure: Prize
For: Prize
Number on offer: One
Offer rate: Annually
Value: $700

The Judith Binney – Te Tomairangi o Te Aroha Prize in Māori History was established in 2012 by the Department of History, colleagues, friends, students and alumni as a lasting memorial which will honour the work of the late Professor Dame Judith Binney.

This Prize aims to encourage and reward student achievement in, and commitment to, Māori History at the undergraduate level.


How to apply

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