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Kate Edger Class Materials Awards

To assist women, who are enrolled full time in undergraduate or (post) graduate Degree or Diploma courses at an approved Institute in the Auckland area which incur high materials' expenditure, with payment of essential costs.

Award value: $300 - $1000 Number available: Several
Provider: Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust

Applicants for an Expenses/Class Materials Award must be:
a) female;
b) students studying full time for an undergraduate or (post) graduate degree or diploma;
c) New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Residents;
d) enrolled or planning to enrol full time in Year 2 and above for a degree or diploma at the
University of Auckland, the Albany Campus of Massey University, AUT University, Manukau
Institute of Technology, Unitec, Whitecliffe College of Art, Laidlaw College, Northland
Polytechnic, or Te Whare Wānanga O Awanuiārangi, Auckland.
In making this award, the selection committee shall give consideration to:
a) the applicant’s tertiary academic record;
b) the applicant’s need for financial assistance;
c) the applicant’s aspirations for the future;
d) any special circumstances e.g. family responsibilities, personal disability, considered
Each applicant for this award must submit her application on the current prescribed
application form, together with:
a) a certified copy or statutory declaration of her academic record (this can be in the form of a
certified digital document from the tertiary institution);
b) a certified copy of evidence of status as a New Zealand Citizen or Permanent Resident (not
Driver Licence);
c) a copy of required materials (to be) purchased, listed and endorsed by a staff member
together with quotations or receipts of costs. (N.B. materials do not include textbooks,
computers, transport or childcare).

For more information, visit the Academic Dress Hire website.

Click here for full criteria and application form ›› 

Closing date: 18 March 2019 and 29 July 2019