Scholarships for those studying in the area of Indigenous Development
Fulbright New Zealand and Nga Pae o te Maramatanga, New Zealand’s Indigenous Centre of Research Excellence, call for applications to a range of awards for New Zealand graduate students, academics, artists and professionals to undertake academic and cultural exchanges to the United States of ...Continue Reading...
Call for entries – Fellowship in Youth Health Leadership
The Vodafone New Zealand Foundation, in association with SYHPANZ (Society of Youth Health Professionals Aotearoa New Zealand) is proud to offer the third Fellowship in Youth Health Leadership and is calling for applications from today. Applications close Friday 1st June, at 5pm The Vodafone ...Continue Reading...
Mentoring for teachers of Maori learners
A unique induction and mentoring approach launched today will help build the confidence and expertise of beginning teachers employed in Maori-medium settings. “Te Hapai O equips Pou Tautoko (mentor teachers) with the resources to mentor Pia (provisionally registered teachers), anchored by ...Continue Reading...
Hauora Maori Scholarships 2012 now open
Associate Health Minister Hon. Tariana Turia has announced that the Hauora Maori Scholarships 2012 are now open for applications from Maori students seeking support to either start or finish their studies in health related courses. “These scholarships have been established to support Maori to ...Continue Reading...
Ngati Whakaue Endowment Trust scholarship information (grants now open)
Grant categories currently available through the Endowment Board are listed below. Each grant has its own criteria which applicants must meet. For information on each category click on the following links: TERTIARY GRANTS POST GRADUATE SCHOLARSHIP PROJECT GRANTS HAANE MANAHI MEMORIAL ...Continue Reading...
Important changes for students 55+
Student Loan changes for students aged 55 years and over From 1 January 2013, people aged 55 years and over will no longer be eligible for living costs or course-related costs. They will only be eligible for the compulsory fees component of the Student Loan. Students who are over 55 as at the ...Continue Reading...
Maori ICT scholarships – applications now open
Hei Rere Mai Scholarships Regulations (PDF version) Application form (Word version) Closing date: 31/03/2012 31/03/2013 Value of Award: $5,000 to $10,000 No. of awards: Up to 10 Tenure:1 year These Scholarships were established in 2011 and are funded by Two Degrees Mobile Limited in ...Continue Reading...
5 Maori Development Scholarships available for Ngati Pikiao (Waiariki)
In 2012, Waiariki would like to offer 5 scholarships to students of Ngati Pikiao descent for the Bachelor in Maori Development (BMD). The BMD has 4 options as majors including Business, Resource Management, Language and Culture and Communications. The purpose of the qualification is to prepare ...Continue Reading...
Youth Fund now open
The Ministry of Youth Development is has announced that their youth funding programme is now open. Youth Fund for young people to apply for small grants of between $2,000 – $7,000 for Youth Development projects for and by young people aged 12-24 years. Its called the ‘Youth ...Continue Reading...
Whanau ora funding for whanau
Te Pataka Uara Te Rau Matatini with support from Te Ao Auahatanga Maori Innovations Fund is pleased to announce a new workforce development programme, a whanau-centred initiative called Te Pataka Uara (the storehouse of valuable resources) Te Pataka Uara is an indigenous framework that ...Continue Reading...
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- Kainga Tupu Maori Art Exhibition Opening, Melbourne, Friday 4th April, 7pm
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