Funds to support a Māori student stuying full-time towards the final year of a double degree, which includes a Bachelor of Laws.
Funds to support final year honours or paper year masters students studying Human Nutrition, Food Science or Consumer Food Science.
$5,000 to foster the performance careers of exceptionally talented musicians who have demonstrated a strong and clear commitment to an orchestral career.
$3,000 for Māori and indigenous Pacific Island students progressing to their fourth year of study.
Scholarship funding to support first year of a Bachelor of Music degree.
$3,000 for a second year resident of Carrington College, who has contributed towards the welfare of others.
To assist astudents who have demonstrated outstanding ability in either Scottish piping or Scottish drumming
Up to two scholarships are awarded annually to full-time students in their penultimate year of either a Bachelors degree with Honours or combined Honours in Economics, Finance, Accounting, or Economics and Statistics; or a double degree in Law and Commerce, where the major subject for the Commerce degree is one or more of Economics, Finance, Accounting, or Economics and Statistics.
Students completing their Bachelors degree this year who are intending to proceed to postgraduate (ie PGDipCom or MBus) courses next year in Accounting, Economics or Finance are also encouraged to apply.
$2,500 per year for two years
$1,250 for a female student in the fourth year of an MB ChB.
$2,000 towards the second year of study in the field of commerce.
Up to the value of $500 for female medical students in the final year of their MB ChB.
Scholarships to support students from developing countries study at New Zealand universities.
$3,000 for a student progressing to their third or fourth year in Physical Education.
Awarded annually for excellence in original composition to a past or present student of a university of New Zealand.
$850 for a student going into or in their third or final year of a University of Otago Bachelors degree majoring in one of the principal disciplines of the former Home Science/Consumer and Applied Science Programme i.e: Clothing and Textile Sciences, Social Work, Food Science, or Human Nutrition.
The Six60 Scholarship offers students with an interest in music and performing arts a rent rebate to flat at 660 Castle Street, along with access to a University of Otago recording studio and interaction and mentoring opportunities from the members of the band Six60.
The Barbara Heslop Memorial Scholarship (Closing on Fri, 8 Oct 2021)
The scholarship is to assist students to undertake one year research degrees - BMedSc(Hons) for medical students, BSc(Hons) or BBiomedSc(Hons) - in the disciplines of Pathology or Immunology
$3,000 for a student in the second or third year of their MB ChB.
Funding to support students who are undertaking a Bachelor of Biomedical Sciences at the University of Otago.
$10,000 for a student in their third, fourth, or fifth year of study towards a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (MB ChB) or a Bachelor of Dental Surgery (BDS).
$4,500 towards living costs for a second-year female student studying any discipline.
$4,500 towards living costs for female students studying 2nd year Mathematics.
Funding to support students undertaking SURV499.
University of Otago Scholarships, Prestige and Named Prestige Scholarships (awarded for 300-Level academic achievement)
Scholarships are awarded by the University Council on the basis of high academic achievement.
Funds to support young people with demonstrated financial hardship and who are from an under-privileged background to study Dentistry, Medicine or Pharmacy.
$5,000 for students with a specific interest in energy issues.
Scholarship funding to support students who contribute to their community.
$1,500 for students with a disability.
The Simpson Grierson Law Scholarships have been discontinued.
$6,000 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