he John Tapiata Scholarship was established in 1992 to acknowledge the contribution of John Tapiata as the first Tumuaki of Te Ara Poutama and his passion for excellence and Te Reo Māori.
To financially assist a student who has been accepted onto a certificate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme within Te Ara Poutama at AUT University.
- • Applicants must have been accepted onto full-time study for a certificate, diploma, undergraduate or postgraduate degree programme within Te Ara Poutama. • Applicants must be NZ citizens or permanent residents. • Applicants must request a referee’s statement supporting their leadership from a community leader, group, organisation or school.
How do students apply?
Application for this scholarship is through the AUT on-line scholarship application system this will be available from September of the year of application. Applicants will be asked to upload: • An official transcript of the applicant’s academic results in the current and preceding year unless the study was attempted through AUT. • A 1,000 word typed essay in Te Reo Māori in referencing career paths, future goals and educational aspirations and leadership capability. • Applicants will be asked to nominate through the online system one referee who can speak in support of the applicant’s leadership ability.
• The selection panel will consist of The Tumuaki (or nominee) and the Programme Leaders. • No scholarship will be awarded upon any occasion if the panel is of the opinion that there is no applicant of sufficient merit applying for the award.
How and when do students learn of the decision?
As soon as possible after the closing date
What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
The recipient may hold additional non-tuition fee based scholarships with the approval of the Head of Department and the Scholarships Office. Recipients will be expected to: Attend all classes Support Te Ara Poutama recruitment and marketing activities, if and when required. Participate in supporting Te Ara Poutama students to access support services through familiarisation with AUT staff and services.
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship.
For more information click "LINK TO ORIGINAL" below.
This opportunity has expired. It was originally published here: