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Te Pou Aupiki

Te Pou Aupiki Karahipi were established in 2019 to encourage Māori students who successfully complete their programme of study to continue their tertiary education at Unitec by either progressing to a second or third year of study in the same programme or progressing to a new programme in a higher level. 

Award value: $1,000 Number available: Varies
Provider: Unitec Institute of Technology
Contact: Email our Scholarships Team if you would like more information: scholarships@unitec.ac.nz or book an appointment with our Scholarship advisor.

Background

Te Pou Aupiki Karahipi were established in 2019 to encourage Māori students who successfully complete their programme of study to continue their tertiary education at Unitec by either progressing to a second or third year of study in the same programme or progressing to a new programme in a higher level. Recipients of any and all Māori focused scholarships are expected to be involved and participate in the Unitec Māori Community.

Please read the Te Pou Aupiki Regulations for full details.

Please use the Pepehā Template for your Application provided here

Eligibility Criteria

To be eligible for the Scholarship, an applicant must meet all of the following criteria:

  • New Zealand citizen or holder of a New Zealand Permanent Resident visa.
  • Passed all courses during the previous semester of study at Unitec.
  • Must meet the entry criteria for the progressing programme of study. 
  • Have submitted an application to Unitec to be admitted full-time into the progressing programme of study at a Diploma, Degree or Postgrad Diploma Level.
  • Be enrolled as a Māori student.

Selection Criteria in Priority Order

  • Academic Achievement:  GPA from previous semester of study at Unitec.
  • Motivation to succeed in their chosen course, as demonstrated in the Scholarship application.
  • Commitment to benefiting their local and Unitec communities, as demonstrated in the scholarship application

Applications closed for Semester 1, 2021