Online Studies Scholarships for International Students at University of Waikato 2021 is offered for Bachelors, Masters degree in the field of Courses offered by the university. The deadline for the sending your application is Deadline varies. This scholarship is provided by University of Waikato and the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, 20% tuition fee . This scholarship is open for: Open to International students.
The University of Waikato is offering our most popular programs to start online this coming July 2021 while we wait for the New Zealand border restrictions to ease. Students will transfer to face-to-face classes in New Zealand once they are able to enter the country. Our online students thrive in our virtual environment, with the support of our dedicated staff. Classes have been created with online learners in mind. Enjoy studying with students who are both online and on campus.
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University of Waikato 2021 Masters Scholarship
Aim and Benefits of University of Waikato 2021 Masters Scholarship
Successful applicants of the Online Studies Scholarships for International Students at the University of Waikato 2021 will receive 20% off tuition fees.
Requirements for University of Waikato 2021 Masters Scholarship Qualification
- Open to all international students.
- Applicants must enroll(Online) in any course of study at the university.
- Applicants must demonstrate good academic merit.
Application DeadlineNot Specified
How to Apply
Interested and qualified? Go to University of Waikato on my.waikato.ac.nz
If you currently live in Africa or Pakistan, you may need to apply through an authorised agent. This is due to the large number of applications we receive from your region. If there is no agent in your region, please complete this webform so we can help you.
You do not need to apply through an agent if:
Bachelors scholarship by
- You are applying for a Higher Research Degree
- You currently live in Mauritius or South Africa
- You are a citizen of an African country or Pakistan but live elsewhere. When applying online, you will need to upload a proof of residency document such as a valid visa or ID card.
- Direct Application
Once you have decided your programme of study, you can apply online
- Applying through an agent
If you think you may need some extra help, one of our approved International Recruitment Agents in your home country can assist with submitting your application.
- Study Abroad or Exchange
Short term study, home institution, you may like to Study Abroad or Exchange.
- Higher Research Degrees
If you are applying for a Higher research degrees program such as Doctor of Philosophy (PhD), Doctor of Education (EdD), Doctor of Juridical Science (SJD), Doctor of Musical Arts (DMA) and Masters of Philosophy (MPhil), you should look at the Higher Research Degrees Application Process.
- Pathway Programmes
If you do not meet the academic or English language requirements for entry, you may choose to study pathway programme at the University of Waikato College. You can choose to apply for the Foundation Studies programme in preparation for an undergraduate degree, or you can apply for one of the English language courses, in preparation for the Foundation Studies programme at the University of Waikato College or a degree-level course at the University of Waikato. Find out how to apply or if you are ready apply directly by using the online application form.
The University of Waikato also welcomes applications from students completing NCUK pathway programmes.
- Apply for Credit or Recognition of Prior Learning
If you have previously undertaken tertiary or non-formal education, you may apply for Credit (for formal studies) or Recognition of Prior Learning (for non-formal studies). This recognises your previous studies and can reduce the number of papers required to complete your University of Waikato qualification. You need to apply at least six weeks prior to your first trimester of study. You can apply for both Credit and RPL through the MyWaikato online application form. For further information about what you will need for RPL please visit Recognition of Prior Learning.