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New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019

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icon New Zealand's education, economic or trade agenda in Latin America, business, social sciences, the creative arts and culture, indigenous studies

Open to citizens and permanent residents of New Zealand

icon  New Zealand Government

icon 30 Mar 2019

icon Full Funding, tuition fees, brokerage fees of Internship providers, NZ$3,500 for travel, living and accommodation

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Details about New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019

New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is offered for Research Fellow/ Scientist degree in the field of New Zealand's education, economic or trade agenda in Latin America, business, social sciences, the creative arts and culture, indigenous studies. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 30 Mar 2019. This scholarship is provided by New Zealand Government and the value of this scholarship is Full Funding, tuition fees, brokerage fees of Internship providers, NZ$3,500 for travel, living and accommodation . This scholarship is open for: Open to citizens and permanent residents of New Zealand.

  • Deadline: 30 Mar 2019
  • Scholarship value: Full Funding, tuition fees, brokerage fees of Internship providers, NZ$3,500 for travel, living and accommodation

The New Zealand Government is offering scholarships to New Zealand students to strengthen the connections of New Zealand institutions with their Latin American counterparts. The Prime Minister’s Scholarships for Latin America (PMSLA) is funded by the New Zealand Government and administered by Education New Zealand.

Eligibility for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019:

  • The applicants for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships for Latin America, 2019 should propose projects related to education in New Zealand, economic or trade agenda in Latin America, and social sciences, business, indigenous studies, the creative arts, and culture, and ICT/new media.
  • The candidates should be at least 18 years old.
  • The applicants are expected to be citizens and permanent residents (at least 2 years) of New Zealand.
  • The candidates should have the potential to succeed in study abroad and should be able to represent New Zealand and their home institutions positively.
  • The group applications can also be sent by the New Zealand institutions for scholarships behalf of the students.
  • The programs suggested by the applicants can be undergraduate or postgraduate part or whole program at an approved institution in a relevant field.
  • The study programs should be 20 hours per week and an internship for 4 to 12 weeks is arranged by an ENZ approved broker.

Value of New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019:

  • The recipients of New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships for Latin America, 2019 get tuition fees for institutes in Latin America and internship provider's brokerage fees.
  • The recipients also get NZ$3,500 for economy airfare from NZ to Latin America and accommodation and living expenses up to $250 for each week.
  • The selected candidates for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships for Latin America, 2019 also get visa fees up to $200 and travel and medical insurance.

 Deadline for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019:

  • The last date to apply for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America is 30th March 2019.

Updated on: 02 Jan, 2019

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  2. When is the deadline of New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019?

    The deadline of New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is 30 Mar 2019

  3. For which degree is New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 offered for?

    New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is offered to Research Fellow/ Scientist degree

  4. For which field is New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 offered for?

    New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is offered for New Zealand's education, economic or trade agenda in Latin America, business, social sciences, the creative arts and culture, indigenous studies

  5. Who can apply for New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019?

    New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is open for: Open to citizens and permanent residents of New Zealand

  6. Who is offering New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019?

    New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 is offered by New Zealand Government

  7. What is the funding covered in New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019?

    New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 Covers Full Funding, tuition fees, brokerage fees of Internship providers, NZ$3,500 for travel, living and accommodation

  8. Where can New Zealand Government Prime Minister Scholarships For Latin America, 2019 can be taken at?

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