The University Of Canterbury – New Zealand is offering the Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships to Individuals who are willing to pursue a degree program at the Institution.
The scholarships support undergraduate Asian students who are enrolled or be intending to enroll, full time at the University of Canterbury.
Questions have been asked about the Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships. These questions are:
- How can I apply for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships?
- When is the deadline for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships?
- When will Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships start?
- What are the benefits of Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships?
- What are the requirements for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships?
This post provides answers to these questions and gives a detailed guideline on how to apply.
Applying for this Scholarship
The online application system will begin accepting applications eight weeks before the closing date.
Eligibility for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships for International Students
The grant will be open to full-fee disbursing scholars who are nationals of Bangladesh, China, Cambodia, Indonesia, India, Malaysia, Laos, Myanmar, Mongolia, Pakistan, Singapore, Philippines, Taiwan, Sri Lanka, Thailand, Timor Leste or Vietnam, or who are bearers of Hong Kong Permanent Identity Cards. Such scholars must not also be New Zealand nationals or bearers of New Zealand residence class visas.
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Candidates should have registered, or be planning to enroll, full-time at the University of Canterbury in their second, third or fourth year of undergraduate university learning in any field.
Amount: Up to $15,000
Tenure: 1 year
Closing Dates: 28 Feb 2020
How to apply for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships for International Students
Candidates may apply via the webpage roughly 8 weeks before submissions close. If it’s probable to apply online for this grant there will be a link above to the online system. If the link is not supplied, please download and fill the application form located on the website.
On the other hand, if the scholarship is handled by Universities NZ or another department of the University, an External Website link will be visible on the website and application guidelines will be available via that link.
University of Canterbury Disclaimer
While all effort has been made to make sure the above details are up-to-date and correct, candidates are advised to peruse the application forms and guidelines for eligibility conditions, scholarship value and tenure, and deadlines.
Deadline for Eamon Molloy Memorial Scholarships
- 28 Feb 2020