AMP Scholarships: Applications now open!

We’d love to know about the great things you’re doing this year.

Kiwis are renowned for their incredible passion and determination for achieving their goals – and this year, AMP Scholarships is helping even more Kiwis do their thing with a scholarship pool of more than $200,000!

Know someone doing great things?

Applications are open once again at doyourthing.co.nz – until August 31, 11.59pm.

Anyone can apply, and there’s no age limit or restrictions – AMP Scholarships are open to any New Zealand citizen and permanent residents.

If you have an amazing idea for a community project, business idea, education, or a dream to represent your country – you could get a scholarship of up to $15,000. So why not apply?

Looking for inspiration?

Past recipients come from diverse fields of work and interest. Check out our Alumni, who have excelled and gone on to do incredible things!

Our website is also the place to go for tonnes of handy tips to help ace your application.

It’s good to share

If you know other Kiwis who could do even greater things with a little help, challenge them to apply. And remember to pass it on – to friends, whanau and your community.

There will be lots of interesting stuff happening throughout the year, so watch this space.

Regards,

AMP Scholarships Team

(1) Comment

  1. Janis Graham

    Hi my names is Janis Graham and I am looking for scoloships that my grandson could be eligable for. My grandson is attending Massey University studying Aviation flight school. Te Reweti is in his first year of studies and going really well. This is not a career that young Maori students normally take up due to the cost of attending Aviation Flight school but this has not stopped him from going after his dream of becoming an international pilot.

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