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    The purpose of the New Zealand International Student Grant 2022/2023 is to support new international students currently onshore in New Zealand to study at Victoria University of Wellington. This grant is available for all eligible students beginning their undergraduate or postgraduate studies in 2022/2023.

    The scholarship does not require IELTS.

    Eligibility Criteria: Applicants must be onshore in New Zealand and enrolling in a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree on campus at Victoria University of Wellington in Trimester 1, 2 or 3 in either 2022 or 2023.

    Applicants must be enrolling in a full-time undergraduate or postgraduate degree at Victoria University of Wellington.
    Students must be onshore in Wellington studying in person and on campus.

    Students studying online are not eligible.
    Applicants must be new students.
    Graduate Certificates, Postgraduate Certificates, PhD and EAP students are not eligible to apply.

    Scholarship Type: Fully funded

    Degree Level: All postgraduates, first year students, school leaver

    Host country: New Zealand

    Benefits: A monthly allowance of about $5,000 to $10,000, health allowance.

    Tenure of Scholarship: One year

    Application process

    There is no application procedure for the grant. Students will automatically receive the grant when they enrol at Victoria University of Wellington.

    Log on their website and enrol

  • Victoria University of Wellington Scholarships 2022

    Michael updated 2 years, 1 month ago 2 Members · 1 Reply
  • Michael

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    April 22, 2022 at 6:25 am

    Interesting offer. IELTS not needed!? Well, an international student would need it before studying in that Uni anyways.

    I like the fact that it’s an automatic offer once you’re enrolled into that university.

    Just wondering what’s the benefit for the uni or the New Zealand government 🤔

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