Category Archives: New Zealand

2019 Study Abroad Scholarships At Victoria University of Wellington – New Zealand

The scholarship is open to international students who plan to experience the New Zealand culture through a Study Abroad programme at Victoria University of Wellington.
Successful applicants must be willing to participate in marketing activities to promote Study Abroad opportunities to students from their home countries while at Victoria University of Wellington. 

International Alumni Funding At University Of Canterbury – New Zealand 2019

The University Of Canterbury – New Zealand is offering the International Alumni Funding Bursaries to Interested applicants who are willing to study a degree program at the Institution.

The purpose of this studentship is to providing support for the deserving international students to pursue a degree coursework.

Victoria University of Wellington Master of Drug Discovery and Development Scholarship 2019/2020

Victoria University of Wellington Master of Drug Discovery and Development Scholarship 2019/2020

The Ferrier Research Institute of the Victoria University of Wellington is offering eligible international candidates the opportunity to apply for an assistance scholarship to the value of $15,000 towards the tuition fees for this programme.

Application Deadline: 15th January 2020

Eligible Countries: International

Apply for Dame Margaret Clark Scholarships at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, 2019

Dame Margaret Clark Scholarships at Victoria University of Wellington in New Zealand, 2019 is open for International Students . The scholarship allows Masters level programm(s) in the field of All Subjects taught at Victoria University of Wellington . The deadline of the scholarship is December 1, 2019

How To Study in New Zealand Admissions, Scholarships, Financial Aid, Visa

New Zealand has an impressive higher education system. The country hosts eight universities in total, all of which are included in the top 500 in the QS World University Rankings 2018. In addition to these universities, there are 18 technology and polytechnic institutes. These institutions help students to develop vocational skills through more practical and hands-on experiences.

Overall, in the Education System Strength Rankings of 2016, New Zealand placed 16th. As a rather small country, with a population estimated at 4.7 million, this is a significant achievement. High quality in education is achieved through the implementation of the New Zealand Qualifications Framework (NZQF).