One of the best things that can happen to a student is getting free tuition or studying on scholarship. I mean you don’t have to worry about repayment of student loan debt.
If you’re a prospective University of Waikato student, there is an opportunity at High Achievement Bursary for international students like you; you can apply for this opportunity and take up your study without worries. Read through for details on how to apply.
The program aims to assist supports undergraduate aspirants who want to complete their studies at the University of Waikato.
To be a successful candidate for this award, this post will give detailed information about the scholarship including the basic tips on how to apply, and also link you with the application form.
Read carefully to get the most of this publication.
About High Achievement Bursary
The High Achievement Bursary for International Students aims to encourage
talented international students to continue their studies at the University of Waikato. The Bursary is valued up to NZ$5000 and will be deducted from the full international student fees for the second year of undergraduate study.
This Bursary will be up to $5,000 and will be applied directly to the recipient’s
tuition fees after the semester withdrawal date.
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Who is Eligible For this Bursary?
To qualify for this Bursary, you must meet the following criteria.
How Can I Apply For High Achievement Bursary?
If you want to be enlisted in this educational program, you have to meet the following requirements.
Bursary Application Deadline
The application deadline for this award is not stated but, to be on the safe side, send your application materials on time so that you don’t miss out.
You may also like to apply for other Ongoing International Undergraduate scholarships
High Achievement Bursary-Frequently Asked Questions
Bursary is for undergraduates only
High Achievement Bursary is open to all international students, enrolling in a full-time undergraduate program, who studied at the University of Waikato in the preceding 12 months.