Massey University in New Zealand recognizes the relationship between Massey University and Dilma Tea, for the academic year of 2023-2024 the university offers the Dilmah Teah International Study Awards, the scholarship awards to honor Dilmah Tea’s employees and also their family members to apply for the scholarship to achieve their higher education in New Zealand in one of the prestigious university and to equip them with the right knowledge and develop more skills to achieve their personal and professional goals.
Massey University is searching for the Dilmah Tea employees and their families who will be the new international students at the university and can demonstrate evidence of the projects that can lead to a positive impact on the community, the students must be currently living in Sri Lanka. The eligible students can further their undergraduate degree or postgraduate degree at Massey University and be awarded a scholarship amounting to up to $2,500 in one year of study in New Zealand.
Scholarship Provider: Massey University
About the Provider
Massey University is a university situated in Palmerston North, New Zealand, with critical grounds in Albany and Wellington. The university is positioned 556th among Best Worldwide Universities. The university gives and enhances admittance to Te Ao M? Tauranga (the universe of information) to propel greatness in grants and to accomplish its objectives.
Why decide to learn at Massey University? Massey University exemplifies greatness, development, and proof-based practice as it upholds education, learning, and research. Massey remains an elite scholastic library that perceives, values, and regards variety and champions impartial admittance to data.
Massey University has its own University Council and Senior Leadership Team which are responsible for leading the strategies and operations of the university. The academic teaching, professional and research staffs work through the university which is crucial to the reputation and success of the academics and university. The Provost is responsible for leading the research and learning priorities of the university which also includes the academic services relevant to education and learning.
Annually the university offers an opportunity to both local and international students to provide assistance through scholarships and grants. The university aims to create a leader who can contribute not only to the university community but also all around the world. Graduates from the university possess a high employability rate. The university has more than 30,000 students from over 120 countries, attracting international students to further their education at the university is one of the goals of Massey, to provide and equip the right education and knowledge they may be needed in their future careers and life goals.
Massey University values the quality of research as information looking for a try and as a functional means through which to further develop lives, lift social and financial prosperity, and sustain our current circumstances.
Massey’s researchers tackle public and worldwide issues and are focused on having a genuine effect. Research influence matters to them, as does their obligation as a university. Their research local area traverses gaining and proficient vocations from postgraduate students undertaking research projects, their different research staff of around 1,300 researchers, and those at the pinnacle of research vocations: our Recognized and Emeritus Teachers.
It incorporates staff talented in supporting research advancement, those associating with and sustaining solid loyalties with different associations, and those liaising with strategy and financing organizations in the New Zealand research environment. They are fortunate to have high-quality research facilities and teams some of them are working worldwide in a leading field and the university wants to share their success with every student.
- Academic Year: 2023-2024
- Applicant’s Nationality: International
- Degree Level: Undergraduate or Postgraduate
- Field: Any eligible field offered by Massey University
- Duration: One Year
- Scholarship Award: $2,500
- Number of Awards: NA
- Country of Scholarship: New Zealand
- Renewable: No
- Offered Annually: Yes
Before proceeding with the application, interested students are required to meet the eligibility of the scholarship.
- Must be a new international students
- Be an employee at Dilmah Tea or a family member of the employee at Dilmah Tea.
- Must be able to meet the program and the admission requirements of the university.
- Be able to demonstrate their academic excellence and leadership skills, be a motivation to other international students who aim to further their higher education.
After checking the eligibility of the scholarship, the application form can be downloaded from the official website of the scholarship provider. Keep in mind that it is important to complete the application before submitting it to be considered.
As part of the application process, applicants must make sure to complete the following:
- Complete application form
- Evidence of a project that will lead to a positive impact and can contribute to the community. The evidence can be made in a typewritten form or a video file.
- All application requirements must be attached to the email application.
Keep in mind that all application must be submitted before the deadline of the application, all late and incomplete application will not be considered and will be automatically rejected for evaluation by the scholarship committee.
The scholarship panel of the university will consider the students who can demonstrate the project and if the project will be able to contribute to the community.
Massey University will be providing assistance to successful students amounting to up to $2,500 in a one-year duration of study at the university in New Zealand.
The successful students must read and agree to the terms and conditions applied to the scholarship.
Deadline of Application
The deadline to complete and submit the application is until December 1, 2022. The university encourages eligible students to begin their application as early as possible.