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NEW ZEALAND: Scholarships for International Tertiary Students and Commonwealth

New Zealand Scholarship

Applications are now open for studies in 2020. New Zealand Aid Programme offers scholarships to potential applicants from eligible African countries (including South Africa)

You may study at postgraduate level in New Zealand. We recommend these sectors and subjects for eligible students from your country.

Africa: qualifications and recommended subjects

You may study at postgraduate level in New Zealand. We recommend these sectors and subjects for eligible students from your country.

Master's level study is preferred. A maximum of 10% of scholarships awarded each year will be for PhD studies.

For Governance related topics, preference will be given to applicants who are currently or were in the past five years employed in the public service.

Note: These subjects could be useful keywords when you search the course catalogue on each education institution website.

Good Governance

Governance

  • Government Services: Public Policy, Public Management, Policy and Governance

Climate Change and Resilience

Food Security and Agriculture

  • Agribusiness
  • Farm management
  • Agricommerce
  • Agricultural technology
  • Dairy systems
  • Agriculture and/or Horticulture Management
  • Rural development
  • Supply chain management

Renewable Energy

  • Geothermal, Solar, Hydro-electric and Wind Energy
  • Energy Engineering
  • Renewable Energy Distribution Systems
  • Market reform and sector management including Energy Economics
  • Energy Efficiency

Diploma, Master's and PhD scholarships in New Zealand.

Sectors of study include Agriculture, Food Security, Climate Change and Resilience, Renewable Energy and Good Govenance

Deadline for Development Scholarship application: 28 February 2020

Deadline for Commonwealth Scholarship application: 31 March 2020

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