The studentship is available for the brightest candidates from New Zealand to study the postgraduate degree coursework for the academic year 2020-2021.
Studying Engineering and want some scholarship funding? Good News! The University of Canterbury is awarding Francis Small Scholarship in New Zealand.
While studying at University of Canterbury, candidates can develop a global perspective through a number of short-term international study opportunities. Aspirants can also get an excellent educational foundation that they will be able to turn into an amazing career.
The University of Canterbury offers hands-on experience in the workplace, helping you to make connections that count in the real world. It has exchanges with over 50 universities worldwide and ranked in the top 1% of universities worldwide.
Masters degree program.
Field of Study:
Masters degree in Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering, Electrical and Electronic Engineering, Mechanical Engineering, Natural Resources Engineering.
The studentship will be awarded worth up to $20,000.
Candidates from New Zealand.
The eligibility criteria are as follows;
The applicant must have to take full-time enrollment in a program for a ME degree with a specialization in Chemical and Process Engineering, Civil Engineering (including Natural Resources Engineering), Electrical and Electronic Engineering, or Mechanical Engineering.
Applying procedure Instructions:
The following application guidance is intended for candidates who wish to apply for the scholarships:
- For taking entrance into this educational program, aspirants are prescribed to be enrolled in the postgraduate degree coursework at the University of Canterbury. After taking admittance, seekers can apply for this studentship.
- Claimants will be asked for the copies of transcripts, statement of purpose, letter of motivation, letter of recommendation, CV standardized test scores.
- Before submitting the course application, you are needed to meet the additional entry requirements of the university.
- You must be competent in the use and understanding of written and spoken English.
Scholarship Official Web Links:
November 30, 2019