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Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships in New Zealand, 2019

Applications are invited for Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships in New Zealand. Applications are open for New Zealand and International Students to pursue PhD Degree programme in the 2019-2020 academic year.

The aim of this scholarships is to encourage and support academically able and talented students.

Deadline : Applications for part-time candidates close on 1 December 2018
Applications for Full-time candidates close on 31 July 2019
Study in : New Zealand
Providers : Massey University
Course Level : PhD degree
Field of Study : Scholarships are awarded to study Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Clinical Psychology (DClinPsych) or Doctor of Social Work (DSW).
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Benefits of Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships: 

The value of a doctoral scholarship will be a stipend of $25,000 per annum and payment of tuition and non-tuition fees to a maximum of 36 months of full-time study. Part-time study will include a stipend of $15,000 per annum and payment of tuition and non-tuition fees to a maximum of 60 months. Tuition fees will be paid at the domestic rate. For international recipients, non-tuition fees include insurance for the candidate only.

Nationality for Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships:

New Zealand and international students are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Eligibility for Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships:

Eligible Countries: New Zealand and international students are eligible to apply for the scholarship.

Entrance Requirements for Full-time/ Part-time Massey University Doctoral Scholarships:

Applicants must meet the following criteria:

Applicants should have a conditional or unconditional offer of a place in a doctoral programme at Massey University. Full-time and part-time candidates are eligible to apply.

Consideration will normally be given to New Zealand or international candidates with a grade point average of 7.5 or better (on a nine-point scale) or with an average grade of A- or equivalent. Candidates must also demonstrate that their research aligns with the strategic priorities of the University, college and research supervisor(s).

 

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