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GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020

icon Bachelors, Masters

icon Science, technology, engineering and mathematics

Open to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents

icon  New Zealand Government

icon 01 Oct 2020

icon Full Funding, NZD 10,000

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Details about GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020

GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of Science, technology, engineering and mathematics. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 01 Oct 2020. This scholarship is provided by New Zealand Government and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, NZD 10,000 . This scholarship is open for: Open to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents.

  • Deadline: 01 Oct 2020
  • Scholarship value: Full Funding, NZD 10,000

Eligibility for GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020:

To be eligible for GCSB Tertiary Scholarship, applicants must:

  • Be female students over the age of 18 years.
  • Have been a New Zealand citizen for at least 10 years or hold New Zealand Permanent Residence or hold a current New Zealand Residency Class Visa and have been a citizen of the United Kingdom, Canada, United States of America, or Australia for at least 10 years.
  • Have enrolled, or been accepted to enroll, in a full-time degree majoring in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM) at an approved NZQA accredited tertiary provider in New Zealand for the next academic year.
  • Be eligible to obtain and keep a national security clearance.

Value of GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020:

  • The value of this award is NZD 10,000, which can be spread over three years depending on your study plans.  

Applications will be assessed based on:

  • Academic achievement and excellent
  • Honors and awards
  • Life and work experience
  • Proven leadership qualities and/or experience
  • Career aspirations
  • Voluntary work (including coaching and mentoring)

Updated on: 30 Sep, 2020

Source : New Zealand Government
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  2. When is the deadline of GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020?

    The deadline of GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is 01 Oct 2020

  3. For which degree is GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 offered for?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is offered to Bachelors, Masters degree

  4. For which field is GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 offered for?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is offered for Science, technology, engineering and mathematics

  5. Who can apply for GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is open for: Open to New Zealand citizens and permanent residents

  6. Who is offering GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 is offered by New Zealand Government

  7. What is the funding covered in GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 Covers Full Funding, NZD 10,000

  8. Where can GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 can be taken at?

    GCSB Women in STEM Scholarship 2020 can be taken at Universities in New Zealand
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