Postgraduate Scholarships are awarded by the University Council, on the recommendation of the Senate, to candidates proceeding to a course of study for the degree of Doctor of Philosophy.
Tenure of a Postgraduate Scholarship by a PhD student is for three years, or until the thesis is submitted (whichever period is the shorter), subject to the provision of satisfactory Annual PhD Progress Reports by the Department in which the student is registered.
A shorter period of tenure shall be awarded in cases where six months or more of registration as a candidate for the degree have already been completed at the time of the award.
An emolument of $20,000 per annum, plus tuition fees (at the NZ student level), and costs incurred in the production of two hard bound theses.
The tenure of this scholarship is 36 months or until the thesis is submitted whichever period is the shorter.
Postgraduate Scholarships consist of the following three components:
a) payment of tuition fees for the degree for which the Scholarship is given
b) a living allowance paid monthly
c) )costs incurred in the production of two copies of the hard bound thesis
Postgraduate Scholarships are available only to students seeking to obtain their first PhD qualification.
Confirmation of the Scholarship is dependent on approval of the application for admission to the PhD Programme and completion of the enrolment procedure.
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