For the academic year 2022/2023, applications are being accepted for the New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship for International Students.
Antarctica New Zealand recognizes the importance of Antarctica and the Southern Ocean as a unique research area.
This is why it is dedicated to assisting the future generation of Antarctic scientists, who will contribute significantly to the worldwide knowledge base and understanding of the Antarctic and global ecosystems and processes.
Without a doubt, the Postgraduate Research Scholarship Program is meant to assist exceptional researchers in getting the greatest start possible in their research careers.
The emphasis is unmistakably on the Antarctic and Southern Ocean systems.
The value of a competent, lively, and long-lasting research community in New Zealand is recognized by this scholarship.
One that focuses on the major issues that Antarctica and the Southern Ocean face. It also recognizes the region’s importance to the rest of the world.
Worth of Scholarship
- A stipend of $20,000 per year for two years (a total of $40,000); plus logistical assistance in Antarctica for one season.
- The New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship is the second.
- a $10,000 stipend paid over the course of a year; and
- For one season in Antarctica, logistical assistance is required.
Requirements for the New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship
Applicants for the New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship must meet the following requirements.
- At the time of application, you must be accepted into a master’s or doctorate degree program at a New Zealand university.
New Zealand and foreign students are encouraged to apply.
Applicants who are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, however, would be given priority. This is, of course, assuming that peer reviewers score two submissions equally.
How to Apply for the New Zealand Post Antarctic Scholarship
By February 28, 2022, any applicants interested in applying must notify Dr. Esme Robinson (Science Programme Advisor) by calling 03 358 1283 or emailing [email protected]
Failure to do so may result in the application being disqualified.
The following items must be included in your application:
A filled-out application form
A study proposal (maximum of three pages, including figures but without references) should contain the following:
a. An abstract of the proposed research
b. A description of the research goals
c. An outline of the methodology
d. An explanation of how the proposed research relates to the Science Strategy: Aotearoa New Zealand Antarctic and Southern Ocean Research Directions and Priorities 2021-2030.
If appropriate, proof of New Zealand citizenship or permanent residence (copy of passport or birth certificate)
Please compile the following information into a single PDF file and email it to Bailey Jeffery-Butler ([email protected]).
Deadline for applications: Monday, March 14, 2022, at 5 p.m.
For more details and to apply, click here.
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