Want to pursue a pursue PhD research degree program? Lincoln University is offering International Doctoral Scholarships in New Zealand to support talented candidates.
These scholarships are available for New Zealand and international students who wish to continue a Doctor of Philosophy degree at Lincoln University.
Eligible Countries: Scholarships are available to New Zealand and international students.
Eligible Course or Subjects: Scholarships are awarded to study the Doctoral program in any subject offered by the university.
Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must have to meet the following eligibility criteria:
The scholarship is open to applicants who have gained entrance into a Doctor of Philosophy at the University. Applicants must be new to the Lincoln University Doctoral program at the commencement of the Semester immediately following the award OR have registered for the Lincoln University Doctoral Program no more than six months prior to the closing date of applications.
To apply for the scholarships, the applicants need to take admission in Doctoral program at the Lincoln University. After taking a full-time enrollment in the course applicants can download and submit the scholarship application formto the Lincoln University Scholarships Office to Scholarships Office, Lincoln University, PO Box 85084, Lincoln 7647, Christchurch, New Zealand. Email: [email protected], Phone: (03) 423 0000
Supporting Documents: With the scholarship application, the applicant must have to provide a statement of research topic; this should be approximately half to one page in length, current Curriculum vitae, and two PG academic references as per the application form, a copy of Lincoln admission letter submit [email protected]
Admission Requirements: For admission, Students must have at least a 2.0 cumulative grade point average or GPA, and 12 credits from previous college or university, photocopies of all tertiary qualifications, the grading system and graduation certificates for each qualification gained other than those studied at Lincoln University.
Language Requirement: Students whose first language is not English must demonstrate proficiency in English by submitting satisfactory scores from the Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).