The School of Medical Sciences at the University of Auckland is currently accepting applications for the School of Medical Sciences International Masters Scholarship. The main objective of this scholarship is to entice new students from other countries who are of a particularly high caliber to enroll in master’s level study at the school for either one or two years.
About the Scholarship:
The Auckland Institution of Technology, sometimes known as AUT, is a university of research and higher education that is open to the public in New Zealand. It was founded in the year 2000. Evening classes are offered to students at what was originally known as Auckland Technical School when the institution first opened its doors in the year 1895. After Auckland Technical College started providing classes in the afternoon, the school decided a name change was in order to more accurately represent this shift in curriculum. In the year 2000, the name of the university was changed to more accurately represent its evolving role as a research institution. It is a member of the Association of Asia Pacific Business Schools (AAPBS), as well as other organizations such as the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and the Consejo Latinoamericano de Escuelas de Administracion (CLAEA). In addition, it is a member of the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) (CLADEA).
A short sample of the numerous major and small businesses, including NASA, Air New Zealand, Spark, and Orion Health, with which AUT has collaborated in the past and continues to do so now, along with other organizations, including AUT as a partner. Other organizations include. There are three campuses that make up the university: the City Campus, which can be found in the heart of Auckland’s central business area; the North Campus, which can be found in Northcote; and the Manukau Campus, which can be found in Manukau (South Campus). The several buildings spread across the campuses each have a variety of facilities, including exemplary study rooms, administrative offices, recreational and housing halls, and services. Students at AUT have access to mental health counselors who have a wealth of experience in the field and who are available for free therapy sessions and other forms of help. On campus, students have access to a variety of dining options, including cafes, bars, and restaurants, all of which serve a variety of nourishing meals and beverages. Other on-campus amenities include libraries, gyms, training rooms, athletic grounds, printing centers, student lounges, childcare facilities, bookshops, and student service centers, to name a few. Other on-campus amenities include student service centers. The entire campus is equipped with free Wi-Fi, to which students have unrestricted access.
Students at the Australian National University of Technology have the option of living on campus in self-catered or catered apartments and townhouses. Opportunities for shopping, entertainment, and pleasure may all be found within a short distance of any of the four campuses that make up the institution. Students and staff at AUT have access to a fleet of buses that are maintained by the school for their transportation needs. It is one of a kind among universities due to the hierarchical academic system that it possesses, which includes a total of 17 schools and five faculties. The university provides more than 250 degree and certificate programs in the following fields: economics and science, education, engineering and mathematics, art and design, clinical studies, foreign language, psychological studies, nursing, tourism and hospitality, law, public health, social science, and athletics. These are just some of the degree and certificate programs that are available.
The student population of Auckland University of Technology is currently at 29,250, and there are 3,400 staff members. There are 195 full and associate professors in addition to 195 assistant professors at this university. The university now has 994 students working toward the completion of their PhD degrees. Over 5,600 students from other countries are currently enrolled at this educational institution, making up approximately 19 percent of the overall student body. Approximately one hundred thousand AUT graduates can be found in various parts of the world. More than a handful of its graduates have found success in a range of industries, including the media, technology, education, and the government, amongst others. Carol Hirschfeld, a journalist and documentary filmmaker; Stephen Tindall, an entrepreneur and the founder of The Warehouse; Bruce Leslie McLaren, an engineer and race car designer; Annette Sylvia Presley, an entrepreneur and the co-founder of Slingshot; Charlotte Glennie, the first female Asian ABC correspondent; Jim Anderton, a New Zealand politician; Claire Jane McLachlan, an academic; Dominic Bowden, a television show host; and Joanna Lumley, an actress and (TV and radio presenter).
Scholarship Sponsor(s): University of Auckland
Scholarship Country: New Zealand
Scholarship Worth: $20,000
Study Level: Masters
Nationality: International Students
- A tuition fees credit of up to $20,000 per year will be provided to international master’s degree students who are enrolled in the School of Medical Sciences and who have been awarded this scholarship.
Eligibility for Scholarship.
I would like to direct your attention to the programme regulations (PDF), which are summarized as follows (below):
- Students from other countries are eligible to apply for the scholarship.
- Students who have already begun their degree are ineligible for candidacy for this Scholarship since they have not yet completed the required prerequisites.
- Academic merit, as determined by the grade point average (GPA) or grade point equivalent (GPE) obtained over the most recent qualifying program, shall be the criterion used to select candidates for the program.
- In order to be eligible for scholarship consideration, applicants must have earned a grade point average (GPA) or grade point equivalent (GPE) of 7.00 or above in their most recent qualifying program.
- Only new international students who have received an offer of study to pursue a Master of Biomedical Science, Master of Science in Pharmacology, or Master of Science in Physiology at the University of Auckland are eligible to earn the Scholarship.
This scholarship is made possible via the generous contributions of Dagens Industri, utbildning.se, and the Stockholm School of Economics. The recipient’s full tuition costs for the SSE MBA Executive Format program are covered by this award. A person is chosen to receive the scholarship if it is deemed that they would be able to effectively represent Sweden through the development of responsible business practices as well as their leadership abilities.
The University of Auckland 2022 School of Medical Sciences International Masters Scholarship is open to all International Students
- Applications for scholarships will typically become available approximately six weeks before the deadline. Before you submit an application, please make sure you have thoroughly read the regulations and meet all of the requirements.
The application deadline for University of Auckland 2022 School of Medical Sciences International Masters Scholarship is December 1, 2022