Details about University Of Waikato Te Kotahi Research Institute (TKRI) Doctoral Scholarship 2016
University Of Waikato Te Kotahi Research Institute (TKRI) Doctoral Scholarship 2016 is offered for PhD degree in the field of Economic Development, Intergenerational Sustainability. You can apply to this scholarship here. The deadline for the sending your application is 30 Apr 2016. This scholarship is provided by University of Waikato and the value of this scholarship is Only tuition fees, $22,000 per annum . This scholarship is open for: Open to all nationalities.
- Deadline: 30 Apr 2016
- Scholarship value: Only tuition fees, $22,000 per annum
- The scholarships from the University of Waikato Te Kotahi Research Institute (TKRI) Doctoral Scholarship is open to all nationalities.
- The candidates applying should be demonstrating an alignment between their intended research and the Institute’s research priorities.
- The candidate should be intending to undertake research into one of the themes like Economic Development and Intergenerational Sustainability, Environmental and Iwi Wellbeing, Solving Complex Social Challenges, Language and Cultural Identity, Leadership, Kaitiakitanga, or Rangatiratanga.
- Preference will be given to applicants who can demonstrate both the projects like Rangahau whai kiko, rangahau whai hua – the research shows transformative outcomes that benefit MÄori; and Rangahau whai mÄtauranga MÄori – that the research be inclusive of mÄtauranga MÄori, reo, tikanga.
- The scholarship awarded is $22,000 per annum towards living allowances and also the tuition fees.
- A thesis preparation allowance of up to $400 is also provided if the candidate is able to submit the thesis within four years of full-time doctoral enrolment.
- The applicants are selected based on the academic merit. He/She should have a minimum grade average of A–, in the previous two years (240-points) of full-time study or equivalent if part-time.
- Candidates who already completed the entry qualifications for Doctoral study are given preference for their respective course level applications.