Supports Māori and Pacific students to pursue and achieve success in the Bachelor of Design with Honours.
Value: Minimum $1000
Application deadline: 31 October
The School of Design Maori and Pasifika Award was established by Massey University’s Ngā Pae Māhutonga School of Design to support Māori and Pasifika students to pursue and achieve success in the Bachelor of Design with Honours.
The value of the award may vary but will be a minimum of $1000 to be used towards tuition fees. Payment is made directly into the recipient’s Massey University tuition fees account after the official withdrawal date for Semester 1.
When recipients are eligible for fees-free study funded by the New Zealand Government the payment of the award will be deferred to the following year of full-time study.
The award is made annually, and one award is offered each year.
School-leaver/new-student applicants must:
Current-student applicants must:
The selection criteria are academic merit, evidence of leadership and creative brilliance.
The award is made by the University Scholarships Committee on the recommendation of a selection panel.
The selection panel consists of Head of School of Design or nominee, two staff from the College of Creative Arts, and the Senior Kaupapa Māori Advisor or chosen representative.
The University Scholarships Committee has the right to refrain from making an award if there are no suitable applicants and its decision is final.
Recipients must maintain good academic standing throughout their study.
Recipients must advise the Programme Leader of the relevant major immediately of any withdrawal from full-time study in the Bachelor of Design with Honours.
Recipients may be required to repay Massey University the full award money or part thereof if they do not meet these conditions or if they breach any of Massey University’s rules or regulations.
The award may be held in conjunction with other Massey University scholarships, bursaries or prizes, so long as those scholarships, bursaries or prizes permit co-tenure.
The closing date for applications is 31 October. Incomplete or late applications are not accepted.
Here’s a list of the type of work you can show us (you don’t need to show us all of this, these are just examples). All work must be submitted digitally.
There are no limits, we are looking for creative brilliance in the applicant’s field of interest. The panel may request further examples of creative works.