About University Of Canterbury
Established in 1873 Canterbury College, as it was then known, was only the second university in Aotearoa New Zealand. It was set up on the Oxbridge model with one major difference: women students were admitted from the start. An early graduate, Helen Connon, became the first woman in the then British Empire to win honours. Housed in graceful stone buildings on a central city block, the College was dependent on rents from high country farms with which it had been endowed by the Canterbury Provincial Council. Ernest Rutherford, Canterbury’s most distinguished graduate.
University of Canterbury Masters Scholarship
- Type Masters
- Organisation University Of Canterbury
- Country to study New Zealand
- School to study University of Canterbury.
- Course to study View courses
- State of Origin
- Gender Men and Women
- Application Deadline November 30, 2022
Aim and Benefits of University of Canterbury Masters Scholarship
Partial Funding, $5,000
University of Canterbury Masters Scholarship Courses
- Astronomy and Astrophysics
- Fire Engineering
Requirements for University of Canterbury Masters Scholarship Qualification
- The applicant may be a domestic or international student
- Applicant must have enrolled for a tenure of one year to a full-time student enrolled in a Master of Engineering in Fire Engineering at the university.
- The Scholarship shall be payable as a lump sum when awarded.
- The Scholarship can be held with any other scholarship, bursary, prize or tertiary allowance provided that the rules of those awards so permit.
November 30, 2022
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to University Of Canterbury on myuc.canterbury.ac.nz to apply