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The University of Otago offers a number of scholarships and prizes. These are available both to students studying at the University of Otago and Otago students studying at other institutions around the world.
NZIM – Horace Tilly Memorial Prize
Established in 1987 by a donation from Mrs Nancy Tilly and the Otago Division of the New Zealand Institute of Management.
The prize is awarded annually by the University Council on the recommendation of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce) in consultation with the Head of the Department of Management to the student with the highest level of attainment in Management at 300-level.
- 2020: Kia Wales
- 2019: Tabatha Billington
- 2018: Joanna Pahl
- 2017: Eden Brown
- 2016: Michael (Mike) Glover
- 2015: Melanie Warhurst
- 2014: Taylor-Ann Wheeler
- 2013: Matthew Lowe
- 2012: Hamish Allan
University Bookshop Prize in Management
The prize is awarded annually by the University Council on the recommendation of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce) to the student with the highest level of attainment (highest average across Management major papers) at 200-level.
- 2019: Madeleine Holmes
- 2018: Chloe Saxton
- 2017: Joanna Pahl
- 2016: Serena Waldron
- 2015: Megan Johnston
- 2014: Brooklyn Middleton
- 2013: Sophie Pinto-Raetz
- 2012: Veena Bhana
R Turner Prize in Management
Established in 1988 by public subscription as a memorial to Mr R Turner, Senior Lecturer in the Department of Management and a previous Dean of the Faculty of Commerce, who died in office in 1988.
The prize is awarded by the University Council on the recommendation of the Pro-Vice-Chancellor (Commerce) and the Head of the Department of Management for achievement in Management 100-level.
- 2020: Nguyen An Ha, Tiffany Horton, Hannah McCarlie, David Gadsby
- 2019: Emily Jenner, Elena Piere, Isabella Ng, Matteo Seracini
- 2018: Jaiden Moir, Charlotte McBrayer, Giullia Da Silva, Lydia Carrabba
- 2017: Scott Herbert, Hugh Nixon, Hannah Scott, Kachina Sioddall, Ben Hurley
- 2016: Joanna Pahl, Ataahua (Sian) Horn, Olive Dippie, Woon Xin Cheong
- 2015: Rohan Luthra, Ruth McCarthy, Lauren Hay, Jamie Wood
- 2014: Suzanne Keene, Clare Davies, Samuel Becroft, Ahmed Range
- 2013: Max Bruning, Katelyn Hendrikse, Rivo Kaidme, Stephanie Knowler
- 2012: Gregor Whyte, Linn Ronnols, Jessica Riley, Katherine Watt