Auckland University of Technology, New Zealand
AUT is the newest university in New Zealand, but AUT have already historical links with industry for more than 110 years. AUT currently has more than 24,000 students across 3 campuses in Auckland, Manukau and North Shore cities. AUT University have programs aimed at the modern career, such as the development of creative technology, arts, and design, as well as career professionals and health sciences. AUT University research programs reflect this, ranging from the creative industries through artificial intelligence, biotechnology and economic development.
AUT University Scholarships for International Students
There are many scholarships available to international students studying at Auckland University of Technology (AUT), New Zealand.
- Australian Leadership Award Scholarship
ALA Scholarships are prestigious awards offered to high achievers from the Asia-Pacific region each year to undertake postgraduate study (masters- or doctoral-level) and a leadership development programme in Australia. Awards are open to all fields of study, although study programmes relating to the priority themes of shared regional interest – international trade, pandemics, security and climate change – are encouraged. Amount awarded: A$130,000 for masters degrees; A$250,000 for doctorate programmes; and other benefits.View more details
- New Zealand International Doctoral Research Scholarships
- New Zealand’s International Aid and Development Agency Scholarships
- Japanese Government Scholarships
- The Japanese Embassy in New Zealand
- Taiwan Foundation for Democracy - International Visiting Fellowship