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Scholarships are gifts. There are thousands of them, offered by schools, employers, individuals, private companies, nonprofits and social organizations…

New PhD scholarship focuses on protecting native forests

A new Doctoral Scholarship offers an exciting opportunity for a student to undertake research on the flammability of indigenous forests in New Zealand.

Soprano Larissa Kent awarded significant overseas study scholarship

School of Music alumna Larissa Kent has been awarded a 2023 Kia Ora Foundation Patricia Pratt Scholarship to support her study at the San Francisco Conservatory of Music (SFCM).

Kinesiology student Landon Foley awarded 3M National Student Fellowship

Dinos rower and community ambassador one of 10 undergrads across Canada honoured for their outstanding leadership.

2023 Playford Trust Scholarship recipients

Twenty-nine University of Adelaide students have received scholarships from the Playford Memorial Trust.

Generous fellowships fuel leading-edge research across the life span

In 2010, the American billionaire and philanthropist Julian Robertson established a set of postdoctoral fellowships for exceptional early career researchers at the University of Auckland.

Kupe Leadership Scholarship: Honours student talks complexities of urban housing policy

Alex King (Ngāti Kurī) is one of this years’ recipients for the Kupe Leadership Scholarship program, studying his Honours in geography.

New scholarship to nurture students’ non-academic talent

NTU Singapore is launching the NTU Talent Scholarship, the University’s first scholarship that focuses on non-academic achievements, moving away from an emphasis on grades to take on a broader...

Passion for education equity drives Curtin graduate to scholarship success

Curtin University graduate Christian Bien has been awarded a prestigious Westpac Future Leaders Scholarship joining an elite group of Australians committed to solving challenges facing communities.

Scholarship prepares Māori and Pacific students for life at UC

Almost 50 Māori and Pacific students are taking part in a scholarship programme they say builds friendships, pride in their culture and gives them a solid grounding in university life.

Roshean’s going places due to new tourism scholarship

First year Lincoln University student Roshean O’Connor is preparing to participate in the post-pandemic revitalisation of the tourism sector.
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