$25,000 plus tuition fee waiver for thesis doctoral students.
$13,000 plus tuition fee waiver for Master's thesis student.
PhD scholarship funding to supporting cancer research.
Scholarship funding to support Master's students who have demonstrated academic excellence.
Up to $5,000 scholarship for students intending to enrol for a MOphth or PhD in Ophthalmology at the University of Otago
Student conducting research in Psychiatry, Psychological Medicine or a related field. $10,000 per year.
$1,000 towards research costs for Philosophy Master's thesis students.
Postgraduate funding to support Classics students.
$27,500 plus tuition fee waiver for thesis doctoral students.
$13,000 per year plus tuition fee waiver for 1 year of Master's study and $25,000 per year plus a tuition fee waiver for 3 years, for PhD study.
$25,000 plus tuition fee waiver for thesis doctoral students.
$13,000 plus tuition fee waiver for thesis Master's students.
Scholarship funding to support postgraduate Māori and indigenous Pacific Island students.
Funds to support students undertaking the LLB degree at 200-level or higher, who are in financial need.
PhD funding to support physics research.
PhD scholarship funding to support study in the field of medical research.
Elman Poole Southland Boys' High School & Southland Girls' High School Science and Music Scholarships
$5,000 annually for three years for students graduating from Southland Boys High School and Southland Girls High School who intend to pursue a degree and career in science or applied science and have a talent for musical performance.
$13,000 plus tuition fee waiver for Māori thesis Master's students.
$13,000 plus tuition fee waiver for Pacific Island thesis Master's students.
Funds to support a Māori student stuying full-time towards the final year of a double degree, which includes a Bachelor of Laws.
Travel funding to support PhD students at the University of Otago.
Funding to support students of Aboriginal and/or Torres Strait Islander descent.
$13,000 plus tuition fee waiver for international thesis Master's students.
$25,000 plus tuition fee waiver for indigenous Pacific Island thesis doctoral students.
$25,000 plus tuition fee waiver for Māori thesis PhD students.
Funds to support postgraduate research in Theatre Studies.
$10,000 towards coursework Master's students tuition fees.
Funds to support entrance students with a significant disability.
Established to celebrate academic excellence and cultural diversity, these scholarships are intended to encourage the progression of Māori and indigenous Pacific Peoples’ students into tertiary study.
Funds to assist students who have demonstrated academic ability and who exhibit leadership potential to attend the University of Otago.
For academically-able students with high-level ability in performance (sport, music, theatre, etc).
Scholarship for students who have demonstrated academic ability and who can show financial need.
Established by the University of Otago in 2015 to recognise academic excellence in secondary school study.
$13,000 towards postgraduate study in Applied Science.
Funds to support postgraduate study in Experimental Science.
Funding to support postgraduate students studying Economics.
Postgraduate funding to support research in the area of New Zealand mineral resources.
$13,000 to support Master's students studying Chemistry.
Scholarship funds to help women postgraduate students.
$2,000 towards postgraduate study in Education.
Funds to assist new undergraduate students who have demonstrated outstanding academic potential and leadership capabilities.
On-going funding towards tuition fees and an annual stipend for students admitted to the medical programme and who have affiliations to the East Coast of the North Island (defined geographically to include the Whakatane area to Wairoa).
Entrance scholarship to support students who have financial need and have demonstrated outstanding academic potential and leadership capabilities.
Scholarship funding to support students from Malaysia.
Scholarship funding to support Research Master's students undergoing research and data collection.
PhD funding to support doctoral research in the study of literature.
For PhD candidates who are supported by the China Scholarship Council.
Scholarship for students who have demonstrated academic ability, who can show financial need and are intending to study first year law.
$3,000 per year for students graduating from secondary school who intend to pursue a degree and career in science.
Up to $6,000 for the Dux of every New Zealand secondary school.
$3,000 for Māori and indigenous Pacific Island students progressing to their fourth year of study.
$5,000 to foster the performance careers of exceptionally talented musicians who have demonstrated a strong and clear commitment to an orchestral career.
Funds to support final year honours or paper year masters students studying human nutrition and food science.
$2,000 towards the second year of study in the field of commerce.
Scholarships are awarded by the University Council on the basis of high academic achievement.
Scholarship funding to support first year of a Bachelor of Music degree.
Up to $15,000 for women who are studying the natural sciences at postgraduate level.
PhD funding for a project on demand response in the agricultural sector – a socio-technical study.
$3,000 for a second year resident of Carrington College, who has contributed towards the welfare of others.
$750 for a student in their third or final year of a Bachelor of Consumer and Applied Sciences degree.
$1,000 to support PhD students who are studying history.
$1,000 towards the best paper that makes a contribution to New Zealand conservation.
Postgraduate scholarship funding to support research in Irish Studies.
Funding to support postgraduate study in Obstetrics and Gynaecology.
$600 for students who attended secondary school in the Southland District.
To assist astudents who have demonstrated outstanding ability in either Scottish piping or Scottish drumming
PhD Travel Scholarship for students in their second or third year of study at the University of Otago.
Scholarships to support students from developing countries study at New Zealand universities.
$500 for the son or daughter of a University of Otago general staff member.
RM3,000 for a Malaysian student who has contributed to the welfare of Malaysian students at Otago.
$3,000 for first year students enrolled in at least one History paper towards a Bachelor of Arts.
Travel scholarship for students living outside of Dunedin to attend the University of Otago.
$3,000 for a student in the second or third year of their MB ChB.
Up to the value of $500 for female medical students in the final year of their MB ChB.
$3,000 for a student progressing to their third or fourth year in Physical Education.
Scholarship funding to aid in completion of a Brain Health Research Centre PhD student.
Elman & Alfred Poole Southland Boys’ High School & Southland Girls’ High School Health Sciences Scholarship
$5,000 annually for three years for students graduating from Southland Boys High School and Southland Girls High School who intend to enrol in Health Sciences First Year with the aim of gaining admission into one of the competitive-entry Health Sciences Professional Programmes.
Funding to support students who are undertaking a Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Otago.
Funding to support students who are enrolled in a Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences Honours programme at the University of Otago.
Funding to support a Māori postgraduate student studying full-time for a BSc Hons, BBiomedSc Hons, PGDipSci or 1st year of a MSc.
Scholarship to support a Pacific Islands student to study full-time for a BSc Hons, BBiomedSc Hons, PGDipSci or 1st year MSc within the OSMS.
$1,250 for a female student in the fourth year of an MB ChB.
Funding to support travel to a conference, workshop, or laboratory for postgraduate students undertaking research in Biomedical Sciences.
$3,000 scholarship for students 25 years or younger who are of good character, show acts of compassion and service to others, and have undertaken volunteer work in New Zealand in the year of applying.
The scholarship aims to help establish research capability among a new generation of General Practitioners by supporting the achievement of a Doctoral degree (PhD) at the University of Otago as well as vocational registration as a Fellow of the Royal New Zealand College of General Practitioners (RNZCGP).
This scholarship is intended to provide support for clinically qualified health care professionals with an interest in medical education to undertake research at PhD level.
Scholarship to support Masters study for New Zealanders of Māori descent.
Awarded annually for excellence in original composition to a past or present student of a university of New Zealand.
Awarded to an accounting major student who has completed ACCT 211, ACCT 222 and ACCT 233 and demonstrates the best all round academic performance.
Postgraduate scholarship funding to support international students studying towards a Masters in Philosophy.
Scholarship funds for PhD study at Oxford University, United Kingdom.
Funds to support young people with demonstrated financial hardship and who are from an under-privileged background to study Dentistry, Medicine or Pharmacy.
Funds to support study in the US.
$6,000 to support postgraduate students undertaking research into ageing and its effects on individuals and society.
Funding to support PhD neurological research.
$1,500 for students with a disability.
$5,000 for students with a specific interest in energy issues.
$600 per year for students enrolling in Arts, Science, Medicine, or Law, whose homes are in the Southland District.
$5000 for a third year student majoring in Marketing
Funding available for students who are currently pursuing any study at tertiary level.
$1,000 for a female student at third year level.
Scholarship funding to support students who contribute to their community.
PhD funding to support the advancement of Māori and indigenous research excellence.
Undergraduate Scholarship to support University of Otago Students undertaking courses in Irish Studies at 200 level or above.
$3,000 for a student studying full-time towards a degree of Bachelor of Surveying, Bachelor of Applied Science, or Bachelor of Science majoring in Geology, Surveying, or Applied Geology.
$3,000 scholarship for students enrolled at the University of Otago in a 400 level paper with an Irish Studies focus