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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.
Ākonga who have successfully completed a Level 3 to 7 programme at Unitec, who are progressing to a new higher level programme that takes at least one semester of full-time study to complete, are encouraged to apply.
|Award value: $2,000||Number available: Varies|
|Provider: Unitec Institute of Technology|
|Contact: Email our Scholarships Team if you would like more information: email@example.com or book an appointment with our Scholarship advisor.|
Unitec recognises that financial support is an important consideration for our ākonga in managing their next steps. The scholarship provides both financial support and mentoring opportunities in the first year of the new programme of study.
Scholarhsip recipients are expected to be involved in the Unitec Māori Community.
2022 Applications are Closed
Open 17th January 2022 | Closes 21st March 2022
To be eligible, you must:
- be a domestic student, i.e., a New Zealand citizen or Permanent Resident;
- be enrolled as a Māori student;
- be completing or have completed a Level 3-8 programme at Unitec and are beginning a new programme of study at Unitec in semester 1, 2022;
- be enrolling in a Level 4-8 programme (diploma, undergraduate degree, postgraduate certificate or diploma) that takes at least one semester of full-time study to complete; and
- have a GPA of 3.5 (which is a B minus average) or above, in your most recent semester of study.
Please read the 2022 Te Pou Aupiki Scholarship Regulations for more information on requirements, the application questions and selection processes.
A section for ākonga to include their Whakapapa is included in the scholarship application. It follows this Pepehā Template.
A selection committee will review all eligible applications and make award recommendations based on:
- GPA scores;
- responses to the application questions; and
- preference may be given to learners who demonstrate that financial support will have an impact on their ability to continue their studies.