A number of scholarships and awards are available for postgraduate study at Otago, for both local and international students.
Below is a list of scholarships that may be of interest to Master of Planning students.
Division of Humanities Māori and Pacific Bridging Scholarships
These awards are designed to encourage graduating Māori and Indigenous Pacific students to proceed to their first year of taught postgraduate study in Humanities.
Applications usually close end of October.
For more information
University of Otago Master's Research Scholarship
The University of Otago Master's Scholarship provides funding to support domestic Master's students completing a thesis at the University of Otago.
University of Otago International Master's Research Scholarship
The University of Otago International Master's Research Scholarship provides funding to support international Master's students studying at the University of Otago.
Financial support available for conferences
Financial support is available to students who wish to attend one conference during their course of study.
Financial support is contingent upon you presenting a paper / workshop / poster at the conference. If you wish to attend a conference notify the programme co-ordinator as soon as possible.
Subject to availability of funds, the School of Geography reimburses a proportion of research-related expenses incurred by second-year Master of planning students enrolled in PLAN590 or PLAN5F.
Financial support may also be available from local authorities or other agencies interested in the research to be undertaken.