Scholarships for the Faculty of Arts

Scholarships for the first year of undergraduate study in the Faculty of Arts

Faculty of Arts Entry Level Undergraduate Scholarship

A Scholarship of up to $5,000 to support the first year of full-time study in a BA or BGlobalSt in the Faculty of Arts for New Zealand citizens and permanent residents who have applied for a University of Auckland school-leaver/first year scholarship.

Faculty of Arts Auckland Schools Scholarship

A Scholarship of up to $5,000 for full-time enrolment in the first year of a BA or BA conjoint degree by students from Decile 1-4 secondary schools in the Auckland area.

Faculty of Arts Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei Scholarship

A Scholarship of up to $3,500 to support beneficiaries of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei who are enrolled full-time in undergraduate or postgraduate study in the Faculty of Arts.

Alison Hanham Undergraduate Scholarship in Arts

A Scholarship of up to $5,000 for full-time enrolment in a BA or BA conjoint degree for New Zealand citizens or permanent residents.

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.

Ellen Castle Undergraduate Scholarship in the Schools of Humanities and Social Sciences

A Scholarship of up to $5,000pa for up to 3 years for a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident, who attended a decile 1-4 New Zealand secondary school, and who is planning to enrol in a BA in either the School of Humanities or School of Social Sciences.

Strong Bear Undergraduate Scholarship

A Scholarship of up to $8,000 pa for up to three years for a Māori or Pacific student enrolling in the first year of a degree in the Faculty of Arts or the Faculty of Creative Arts and Industries.

Next available for study commencing in 2024.

Other scholarships, awards and prizes

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