New Scholarships, Prizes and Awards
A Scholarship of up to $5,000 for full-time enrolment in a BA or BA conjoint degree by New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
The Scholarship is funded by the estate of Dr Alison Hanham, an alumna of the University of Auckland and former Associate Professor in History at Massey University.
A Scholarship of up to $10,000 or tuition fees for 120 points of study in a BA(Hons), PGDipArts or MA in English or Drama for a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident.
The Scholarship was established in memory of Dr Amber McWilliams (1975-2018). Amber McWilliams studied at the University of Auckland, completing both a Masters degree and a PhD in English. She went on to work as a tutor and lecturer in the English and Drama departments of the University of Auckland, and taught a Medical Humanities paper at the Medical School. Amber had previously been a television and stage actor, was well travelled, was a mother and step-mother, and faced the world with enthusiasm, kindness, and a passion for learning.
A Scholarship of up to $10,000 for enrolment in master thesis or PhD research related to Biosecurity by New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.
An Award of up to $5,000 for Māori students enrolling in any year of a Bachelor of Design.
An Award of up to $5,000 for Pacific students enrolling in any year of a Bachelor of Design.
An Award of up to $3,000 to assist first year, international and domestic, Bachelor of Design students with the purchase of a course related device.
A three year Scholarship of $5,000 per annum for an international or domestic Bachelor of Design Student with a passion for design who wants to be a game-changer in the field.
An $8,000 Scholarship to support an international or domestic student enrolling in the second or subsequent year of an undergraduate degree who has achieved academically but who is experiencing hardships or who may have been disadvantaged due to their personal circumstances.
The Scholarship is funded by Chew Liong Kim and Tan Chee Chin.
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.
The Scholarship is funded by David and Dian Ross, who are both alumni of the University of Auckland.
A $1,000 Award to assist a student enrolled in the first year of a PhD in Marine Science with research expenses.
The Award was established by Robin Duxfield and the Li Ka Shing Foundation in memory of Heather Leaity.
A Scholarship of $5,000 pa for up to five years of study for Māori and Pacific students enrolling in the first year of a Bachelor of Architectural Studies.
The Scholarship is funded by Jasmax, one of New Zealand's leading architecture and design firms.
A Prize for the student who submitted the best dissertation in URBPLAN 715 relating to environmental, conservation, resilience or sustainability issues.
The Prize is in memory of Jim Dart (1928-2018), lecturer in Town Planning 1962-1993. While lecturing at the University of Auckland, he founded the Town Planning Quarterly and after retiring became a commissioner on the Planning Tribunal (later the Environment Court).
A $6,000 Scholarship to support a student carrying out a summer research project in Auckland History.
The Scholarship is funded by Jonathan Mason.
A Scholarship of up to $20,000 for New Zealand citizens and permanent residents enrolling in a Master of Dance Movement Therapy.
The Scholarship is funded by Dance & Arts Therapy New Zealand (DTNZ), a charity that empowers and supports vulnerable communities through dance movement and arts therapy.
A Scholarship of up to $5,000 for international and domestic students undertaking postgraduate research in Music, focusing on the area of historical performance.
The Scholarship is funded by a bequest from Michael Redshaw, an alumnus of the School of Music at the University of Auckland.
A Scholarship of up to $15,000 to support Māori women enrolled at undergraduate level in the Business School.
The Scholarship is funded by Melanie Smith, an alumnus of the University of Auckland.
A $5,000 Scholarship to support a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident undertaking postgraduate study in tax law.
The Scholarship is funded by the Tax Policy Charitable Trust, in recognition of Robin Oliver, a former Inland Revenue Deputy Commissioner and expert on the New Zealand tax system.
A Prize to recognise the top student in Chemistry in the Tertiary Foundation Certificate programme.
The Prize is funded by the Siphala Foundation, a charitable trust which supports the education of young people in Sri Lanka and New Zealand.
A Prize for the BUrbPlan(Hons) student who demonstrated an excellent understanding of the principles of sustainability in a planning context.
The Prize is funded by Stantec New Zealand.
A Prize for final year Bachelor of Nursing MAPAS students who demonstrated exceptional all-round qualities in addition to a distinguished academic and clinical performance.
The Prize is funded by the School of Nursing.
A Scholarship to support Māori and Pacific students undertaking a PhD in the Faculty of Engineering.
The Scholarship is funded by the Faculty of Engineering.
A $5,000 Scholarship for students completing the Tertiary Foundation Certificate and intending to enrol full-time in an undergraduate degree in the following year.
The Scholarship is funded by the Alumni Scholarships Fund, which supports undergraduate students studying in any faculty or programme who, because of financial hardship, may not otherwise be able to undertake a university degree.
A $2,000 Prize to recognise and reward the student who has written the most original, creative and interdisciplinary research essay in ARTHIST 246 or ARTHIST 346 in odd years, or ARTHIST 206 or ARTHIST 313 in even years.
The Prize is funded by Dianna Sutherland in memory of her late husband. Dudley Freeman had a lifelong passion for photography as a way of observing and communicating with the world.
A Scholarship of up to $5,000 to support students from lower-decile Auckland schools (Decile 1-4), particularly those in South Auckland and West Auckland, who are planning to enrol full-time in the first year of a Bachelor of Arts or Bachelor of Arts conjoint degree.
A $2,500 Award to support students who have successfully completed the Postgraduate Diploma in Health Sciences specialising in Ultrasound, or a Master of Health Sciences (Taught) including Ultrasound courses, with the costs of attending conferences and/or to participate in observerships overseas or locally, or to assist with further study.
The Award is funded by ADHB Radiology and the Department of Anatomy and Medical Imaging at the University of Auckland in memory of Julia Metcalfe, a committed and passionate sonographer who dedicated her life to patients and the education of sonography trainees.
A Scholarship of up to $5,000 to support a Māori or Pacific student enrolling in a Master of Public Policy degree at the University of Auckland.
A Prize to reward and recognise the student who achieved the highest grade in a dissertation or thesis relating to New Zealand politics at honours or masters level at the University of Auckland.
The Prize is funded by the New Zealand Business and Parliament Trust, an educational organisation dedicated to fostering goodwill and understanding between the business community and Parliament.
An Award to assist Bachelor of Arts and Bachelor of Arts conjoint students with the costs of studying overseas on an approved student exchange, short-term programme of study or special project relevant to their degree studies. Up to $16,000 is availabe in total each year.
The Award is funded by Orbit World Travel, the University of Auckland's appointed Travel Management Company for domestic and international travel.
A Scholarship of up to $8,000 to encourage and assist students with sensory, physical, medical and/or learning difficulties/disabilities with the cost of their studies at the University of Auckland.
The Scholarship is funded by the generosity of Jeffrey Pong Chiu Fai, Raymond Tam Man Kim, Ronand Tam Man Hong and Grant Ko Lun.
An Award to support a postgraduate student undertaking research in contemporary issues in theology, religious studies and philosophical theology including secularism, religious diversity, religion and politics, religion and contemporary society, inter-religious studies, Christian-Muslim relations and religious ethics in the Faculty of Arts at the University of Auckland.
The Award is funded by Professor Douglas Pratt, Honorary Academic in Theological and Religious Studies, in recognition of Dietrich Ritschl, a Swiss scholar of religion who was instrumental in setting Professor Pratt on his academic path.