The University of Waikato in New Zealand is awarding the Noeline Alcorn International Awards to deserving and aspiring students to have access to education. While schooling at this university, candidates can get lifetime support from the careers center and adequate work experience.
Application Deadline: November 10, 2020
Eligible Countries: International
Value of Scholarship Award: The scholarship award has a value of up to $2,000 and will be disbursed directly into the beneficiary’s bank account in one lump sum in the year of tenure. The sum granted is at the discretion of the Selection Panel and will be on the basis of criteria like, but not limited to, the period of enrolment, total available funding, grades, financial need, number of credits registered, number of candidates.
Number of Awards: Not Known
Eligible Area of Studies: Doctoral degree program in Education.
Eligibility for Noeline Alcorn Awards at University of Waikato
- Candidates are required to have concluded a Ph.D. or EdD through the University of Waikato in the Division of Education in the 12 months before the deadline in the year of tenure.
- Candidates have to be a New Zealand national, permanent resident, or international student.
- Candidates have to offer proof of English language ability: IELTS, TOEFL, or other acceptable evidence. Please check the English Language Requirements section for additional details.
The Award will be offered on the academic achievement of the applicant and the potential contribution of their research to the wider field of education.
How to Apply for Noeline Alcorn Awards at University of Waikato
To be considered for the opportunity, students must tale admission in a Doctoral degree coursework at the University of Waikato. After being registered, applicants must complete and submit an online application.
The Award may be held together with any bursary, prize, or student allowance unless the conditions of the other award preclude this.
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- November 10, 2020
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