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AUT Internz International Scholarship Program, 2017

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Auckland University of Technology (AUT)  Auckland University of Technology (AUT)

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4-6 months


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Auckland University of Technology is conducting AUT Internz International Scholarship Program, 2017 that allows graduating students to experience the environment of international markets.

Eligibility criteria:

  • Applicants of AUT Internz International Scholarship Program, 2017 should fulfill all the eligibility criteria and requirements of an international visa.
  • The program is open to New Zealand citizens who have or are eligible for New Zealand passport.
  • Candidates should accept the  International Scholarship Terms of Acceptance.
  • Applicants must have enrolled in a full-time study at AUT for 2 consecutive semesters before graduating and also be completing program linked with criteria set by the host institutions.
  • Candidates applying for AUT Internz International Scholarship Program, 2017 should be graduating in the year of application from Auckland Institute of Technology.

Documents required:

  • Approved Internz profile of AUT
  • Application form
  • Cover letter explaining why they are applying for the internship
  • Screenshot of Arion enrolled papers as evidence of full-time enrollment
  • Contact details of a referee, preferably a faculty of AUT
  • Link to online portfolio (compulsory for creative fields)
  • Scanned copy of passport or proof of citizenship

Updated on: 23 Apr, 2020

Source : Auckland University of Technology (AUT)
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