Toioho ki Apiti Undergraduate Scholarship 2018 For International Student
The Management of Toioho ki Apiti is inviting Application from a suitably qualified candidate for its 2018 Undergraduate scholarship programme for Australians and International students. The deadline for submission of an application for Toioho ki Apiti undergraduate scholarship is 30th November 2018. See how to apply below;
Toioho ki Apiti Undergraduate Scholarship 2018
The College of Creative Arts at Massey University is delighted to announce Toioho ki Apiti (BMVA) undergraduate scholarship to study contemporary Maori arts. The Award is open to domestic and international students.
The College of Creative Arts at Massey University is a world-class art and design school based in Wellington, New Zealand. In 2014 the College expanded its offerings through the new School of Music and Creative Media Production. The College is ranked 1st by RED DOT, the international design awards agency, which gives Massey a distinctive seal of quality for its design programmes.
Applications Deadline: November 30 each year for the following year.
Course Level: Scholarships are available to study an undergraduate degree programme.
Study Subject:Scholarships are awarded to study contemporary Maori arts.
Scholarship Award:This $5000 award will be distributed throughout the four years of study, and will be available for students to use as needed – art materials, living expenses or tuition fees.
Nationality: The Award is open to domestic and international students.
Number of Scholarships: Up to ten scholarships are available.
Scholarship can be taken in New Zealand
Eligibility for the Scholarship:
The Award is open to domestic and international students.
Entrance Requirements: All applicants must be eligible, and intending, to enrol.
For full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study;
In the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts (BMVA) programme;
In the year following this award.
English Language Requirements:
N/B: Applicants whose first language is not English are usually required to provide evidence of proficiency in English at the higher level required by the University.
How to Apply:
A brief statement describing what interests you about contemporary Maori arts, and what you hope to gain from taking the degree (no more than 300 words).
A brief statement outlining what your future goals are in relation to your study (no more than 150 words).
School Leaver applicants: a copy of official interim NZQA Level 2 NCEA results (issued in January) (or exam equivalent – e.g. Cambridge exams etc) Note: if you have completed Level 3 NCEA please supply both Level 2 and Level 3 results.
Non-School leaver applicants: a verified copy of your secondary school results or other post-secondary academic achievements.
10-15 images of your work in an appropriate digital or hardcopy format according to the medium e.g. links to websites, flash drives, link to Dropbox, JPEG files or printed photographs.
A brief (no more than one page) curriculum vitae highlighting your academic achievements