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Archiland Architectural and Construction Community Impact Scholarship
The purpose of the Scholarship is to provide financial support to a high achieving learner in a Building and Construction or Architecture related Level 6 and above programme, who is motivated to pursue a career in the industry and ensure outcomes that benefit Aotearoa’s communities in socially impactful ways.
|Award value: Up to $5,000||Number available: 1|
|Contact: Email our Scholarships Team if you would like more information: firstname.lastname@example.org or book an appointment with our Scholarships advisor.|
Unitec recognises that financial support is an important consideration for our ākonga in managing their study goals. The scholarship provides both financial support and industry mentoring opportunities provided by the Sponsor.
2022 Applications are closed
Open 3rd Agust 2022 | Closes 22nd August 2022
To apply, you must:
- be fluent in Mandarin
- be enrolled full-time in one of the below Level 6 and above programmes
- New Zealand Diploma in Architectural Technology
- New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Construction Management)
- New Zealand Diploma in Construction (Quantity Surveying)
- New Zealand Diploma in Engineering (Civil)
- New Zealand Diploma in Interior Design (Commercial)
- New Zealand Diploma in Surveying
- Bachelor of Architectural Studies
- Bachelor of Construction (Construction Economics)
- Bachelor of Construction (Construction Management)
- Bachelor of Construction (Property Development)
- Bachelor of Engineering Technology (Civil)
- Bachelor of Landscape Architecture
- Master of Architecture (Professional)
- Master of Architecture
- Master of Landscape Architecture
- have completed a minimum of 120 credits (equivalent of 1 year of full-time study) in one of the above programmes at Unitec
- have a GPA of 3.0 (a C+ average) or above in your most recent semester of study.
Please read the Archiland Architecture and Construction Community Impact Scholarship Regulations for more information.
The selection committee review all eligible applications and will make award recommendations based on a combination of:
- responses to the scholarship questions;
- GPA scores; and
- Unitec priority group goals - namely to achieve parity for Māori, Pacific and Under 25 students, and enhance the success of Disabled and Neurodiverse learners, sole parents, and ākonga with carers responsibilities.