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Details about Dream NEW Scholarship

Dream NEW Scholarship is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of Subjects offered by the University. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 01 Sep 2016. This scholarship is provided by New Zealand Government and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, NZD$ 12,500 . This scholarship is open for: Open to EU nationals.

  • Deadline: 01 Sep 2016
  • Scholarship value: Partial Funding, NZD$ 12,500


  • Dream NEW Scholarship is available to EU nationals.
  • The scholarship is open to students who have EU resident status for a minimum of two years.
  • Applicants must be currently enrolled at a tertiary institution in one of the 28 EU countries.
  • He/She must be 18 years of age at the time of application.
  • Candidates from all European Union countries in all fields of study are welcome to apply.
  • Applicants are required to be proficient in English.

Updated on: 04 Sep, 2022

Source : New Zealand Government
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More about New Zealand Government

The Government of New Zealand (Māori: Te Kāwanatanga o Aotearoa), formally Her Majesty's Government in New Zealand, is the administrative complex through which authority is exercised in New Zealand. Based on the Westminster system of responsible government, executive power in New Zealand is based on the principle that "The Queen reigns, but the government rules, so long as it has the support of the House of Representatives". The head of state of New Zealand is the Queen, Elizabeth II, who is represented in New Zealand by the Governor-General. The Queen and the Governor-General follow the advice of the government and play only a formal role in the executive, except with respect to the formation of governments and the use of reserve powers. The head of government is the Prime Minister. Prime ministers are not directly elected; by convention the office is held by the party leader who commands a majority in the House. Prime ministers will typically resign if they lose a leadership challenge or lose their majority—usually at an election. The Prime Minister is formally appointed by the Governor-General who also has the reserve power to dismiss a Prime Minister. In practice the Prime Minister is determined by size of each political party, support agreements between parties and leadership votes in the party that leads the government. As of October 2014 the Prime Minister of New Zealand is the leader of the National Party, John Key—who has negotiated formal support agreements for the incoming Parliament with the Māori Party, United Future and Act. The Executive Council is the formal body that exercises government's regulatory power. It contains all government ministers and the Governor-General. Ministers must be members of Parliament and appointments are made by the Governor-General on the advice of the Prime Minister. The majority of ministers are also members of Cabinet, the government's political decision-making committee. A few more junior ministers are part of the executive council but are outside of cabinet. Most ministers have a portfolio of specific responsibilities such as departments or policy areas, although ministers without portfolio are sometimes appointed. ^ "Seal of New Zealand Act 1977". ^ Sir Kenneth Keith, quoted in the Cabinet Manual


  1. Can I get an education loan to study abroad at New Zealand Government

    Yes, you can secure an education loan to study abroad at New Zealand Government. Education loans are of two types- Collateral and non collateral. Collateral includes either: Immovable property – a house or a flat or land (or) liquid security – an FD, or LIC or shares or bonds. Agricultural lands are not accepted by any bank for education loan.

    Public banks like SBI, BOB offer these types of education loans. There are many NBFCs who offer Non-collateral education loans. Apply for the best education loan to study abroad.

  2. When is the deadline of Dream NEW Scholarship?

    The deadline of Dream NEW Scholarship is 01 Sep 2016

  3. For which degree is Dream NEW Scholarship offered for?

    Dream NEW Scholarship is offered to Bachelors, Masters degree

  4. For which field is Dream NEW Scholarship offered for?

    Dream NEW Scholarship is offered for Subjects offered by the University

  5. Who can apply for Dream NEW Scholarship?

    Dream NEW Scholarship is open for: Open to EU nationals

  6. Who is offering Dream NEW Scholarship?

    Dream NEW Scholarship is offered by New Zealand Government

  7. What is the funding covered in Dream NEW Scholarship?

    Dream NEW Scholarship Covers Partial Funding, NZD$ 12,500

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