Sinclair Scholarship

About the scholarship

Application status: No application required
Applicable study: Intending BSc majoring in Biological Sciences
Opening date: By nomination
Closing date: No application required
Tenure: 1 year
For: Assistance
Number on offer: 1
Offer rate: Annually
Value: Up to $2,500

Mr Thomas Bannatyne Gillies, a Judge of the Supreme Court of New Zealand, presented to the University of Auckland Council, in the year 1884, the sum of Stg3000 for the purpose of founding two science Scholarships, one to be called the Sinclair Scholarship, in memory of Dr Andrew Sinclair, uncle of the late Mrs Gillies, the other to be called the Gillies Scholarship, for the assistance of students experiencing financial hardship.


How to apply

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