Scholarships

The College of Creative Arts has a number of research and teaching related awards and also encourages staff to apply to the wide range of University awards, which are available in recognition of contribution and excellence.

For more Massey scholarships, click here.

  • L’affare Photography Scholarship

         

    Established in Wellington in 1990, L’affare is a pioneer of New Zealand’s celebrated café and coffee culture. Creativity is a vital part of exploration; discovering new things from afar and threading them back into the fabric that is L’affare. The role Massey University’s College of Creative Arts plays is one L’affare relates to, as it is a place where nurturing this creativity is a priority.

    L’affare want to support young creatives at Massey University. They appreciate the challenges and opportunities that a career in the creative arts can bring, and are keen to help foster the curiosity, determination and passion that a creative career demands. Two L’affare scholarships in photography will be awarded to first year students who meet the criteria below:

    Eligibility

    • L’affare Photography Scholarship is open to applicants enrolling in the first year of the Bachelor of Design (Hons) degree, intending to major in photography
    • Applicants must be New Zealand domestic students

     

    Applications must include

    • Your name, address and cell phone number
    • Brief statement (up to 500 words about you, your photography, your inspirations and motivations)
    • PDF Portfolio (5 to 10 photographic works)
    • NCEA results (or equivalent)

     

    Tenure and Value

    • Two L’affare Photography Scholarships shall be awarded annually
    • The value of the Scholarship is $5000, which contributes to the purchase of course related photography equipment, materials and printing services through Massey University suppliers.

     

    Conditions of the Award

    • The recipient will be acknowledged on the L’affare Photography Scholarship page of the College of Creative Arts website with a photo and a statement
    • Should the scholarship recipient defer or withdraw from their studies, they may apply in writing to the Programme Leader Photography for the scholarship to be carried forward for a specified period of no more than 12 months.
    • The selection panel may refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants.
    • All applicants should continue to apply in the usual manner to Study Link for fee loans. Successful applicants will have their fees refunded to the value of $4,000. 

     

    Selection Process and Criteria

    • The purpose of the award is to identify and support new voices in contemporary photography.
    • Applications will be considered by a selection panel comprised of three faculty members from Massey University’s College of Creative Arts.
    • The panel is looking for applications that demonstrate innovation, skill and enquiring minds. All types of photographic work will be considered.

     

    Exhibition

    Successful applicants will be supported to stage a small exhibition of their photographic work at L’affare (Wellington) at the completion of the first year of study.

    Contracted Work

    There may also be the opportunity for contracted work at L’affare, which will be explored as the student progresses through their studies.

    Closing Date

    Applications must be submitted electronically by 1 October each year to A.Trenwith@massey.ac.nz, College of Creative Arts, Massey University, Wellington.  Any enquiries can also be made to David Cook, Programme Leader Photography D.B.Cook@massey.ac.nz.

    Download scholarship application form

  • Toioho ki Āpiti (BMVA) Undergraduate Scholarship

    Whiti o Rehua School of Art wishes to encourage a wider knowledge of Maori contemporary art in Aotearoa, New Zealand.

    Ten scholarships of $5000 each will be awarded to students entering their first year of the BMVA degree programme in 2017. This award will be distributed throughout the four years of study, and will be available for students to use as needed – art materials, living expenses or tuition fees. 


    Eligibility
    All applicants must be eligible, and intending, to enrol:
    •for full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study;
    •in the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Maori Visual Arts (BMVA) programme;
    •in the year following this award.
    The Award is open to domestic and international students.

    Application requirements
    •A brief statement describing what interests you about contemporary Maori arts, and what you hope to gain from taking the degree (no more than 300 words).
    •A brief statement outlining what your future goals are in relation to your study (no more than 150 words).
    •School Leaver applicants: a copy of official interim NZQA Level 2 NCEA results (issued in January) (or exam equivalent – e.g.Cambridge exams etc) Note: if you have completed Level 3 NCEA please supply both Level 2 and Level 3 results.
    •Non School leaver applicants: a verified copy of your secondary school results or other post-secondary academic achievements.
    •10-15 images of your work in an appropriate digital or hardcopy format according to the medium eg. links to websites, flashdrives, link to dropbox, JPEG files or printed photographs.
    •A brief (no more than one page) curriculum vitae highlighting your academic achievements

    A supporting letter from an appropriately qualified person and/or organisation (e.g. art teacher, Te Reo teacher, dean, principal, gallery director, community leader, Kaumatua of your iwi/hapu/marae) will assist in the success of your application, although this is not compulsory.

    Applicants must disclose other awards they hold or have applied for. The Selection Committee is not obligated to consider other grants but might choose to take these into account.

    Responsibility for the Award
    The scholarships shall be awarded on the recommendation of a specified Selection Committee, consisting of the Head of School Whiti o Rehua School of Art, the programme leader of the Maori Visual Arts programme, and the Toioho ki Apiti Postgraduate Coordinator.

    Payment

    This $5000 award will be distributed throughout the four years of study, and will be available for students to use as needed – art materials, living expenses or tuition fees.

    Conditions to the award
    Successful admission to Massey and the BMVA programme. 


    Closing date
    30 November each year for the following year.

    Address
    College of Creative Arts
    Whiti o Rehua School of Art
    Wallace Street, Mount Cook
    Wellington 6121

    Application cannot be accepted before 01/09/2016.

    Download an application form here.

  • Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship

    Purpose

    The aim of the Massey University, Creative
Arts International Excellence Scholarship (“the Scholarship”) is to support international undergraduate students to study at the College of Creative Arts Massey University. The Scholarship is open to students who have demonstrated academic excellence in Creative Arts subjects while studying in New Zealand or abroad. The Scholarship is tennable in any of the following College of Creative Arts programmes:

    1. Bachelor of Design (Hons);
    2. Bachelor of Fine Arts (Hons);
    3. Bachelor of Māori Visual Arts;
    4. Bachelor of Creative Media Production; and
    5. Bachelor of Commercial Music, (“Approved Bachelor’s Programme”)

    Scholarships will be competitive and based on academic and artistic merit. Each Scholarship is valued at NZD $20,000 for a 4-year degree or NZD $15,000 for a 3-year degree. The Scholarship will be applied in equal parts at the start of each academic year as a tuition reduction for that year, provided

    a Grade Point Average of 5.0 (a ‘B’ average) is maintained each year. Students must study full-time (at least 120 credits a year) in order to be eligible.

    All recipients of the Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship are guaranteed an offer of Halls of Residence accommodation, provided a complete accommodation application is received by the Accommodation Office no later than 1 October 2018.

    Eligibility
    Applicants must be either:

    1. International full fee paying students who have completed at least one full year (i.e. Year 12) at a New Zealand secondary school and passed NCEA Level 2 AND achieved Merit
or Excellence in at least one Art, Design, Technology or Music related subject;
    2. International students at high school in another country, who have achieved a level of academic ‘merit’ or ‘excellence’ equivalent to that of the New Zealand education system;
    3. International full fee paying students who have studied in an approved University Transfer Programme (“UTP”), and who have achieved
a level of academic ‘merit’ or ‘excellence’ equivalent to that of the New Zealand education system.
    4. As a guide, the expectation is a student will show high academic aptitude and also show merit or excellence in at least one Art, Design, Music, Creative Media, or Technology subject. Scholarships are strictly awarded on merit.
    5. Applicants must achieve University Entrance for New Zealand.
    6. Applicants must meet the required English language requirement for entry into their selected academic programme.
    7. Applicants must have received a Conditional Offer of Place in an Approved Bachelor Programme to be awarded the Scholarship.
    8. Offers of the Scholarship to NCEA candidates are conditional upon the awardee earning a Merit or Excellence endorsement of their NCEA Level 3 Certificate.
    9. Applicants who are already enrolled in an equivalent bachelor’s degree programme at another New Zealand Tertiary Education Provider at bachelor’s level, and who are seeking Advanced Standing or credit transfer, are ineligible for the Scholarship.

    International Fees

    • Applicants must remain full fee paying International students whilst studying in their approved Bachelor’s Programme in New Zealand throughout the duration of their study.
    • The international rates for 2018 tuition fees are currently set between NZD $27,690 and NZD $33,680 per annum, depending on the programme undertaken and are subject to annual fee increases.
    • In the event a student pays fees per semester, the Scholarship amount shall be applied in two equal amounts of NZD $2,500 per semester.

    Term

    1. Every scholarship shall be tenable at the College of Creative Arts, Massey University for a maximum of four years for a full time 4-year bachelor’s programme and three years for a full time 3-year bachelor’s programme and three years full time study for University Transfer and Pathway programmes. No deferrals beyond this period is permitted.

    Tenure

    1. The tenure of the Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship shall commence at the start of semester one 2019 OR semester two 2019.

    Value

    1. The value of the Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship shall be NZD $20,000 for a 4-year degree or NZD $15,000 for a 3-year degree. For University Transfer and Pathway programmes, the value of the Scholarship is a maximum of NZD$5,000 per year.

    Payments

    1. The Scholarship is for a maximum of NZD $5,000 per year and will be applied in equal parts at the start of each academic year as a tuition reduction for that year, provided a Grade Point Average of 5.0 (a ‘B’ average) is maintained each year.

    Conditions of Study

    1. All Scholarship recipients are required to engage in full time study (at least 120 credits per year) in their chosen programme throughout the duration of their study.
    2. A Grade Point Average of 5 (a ‘B’ average) must be maintained throughout the course of study in order to continue to hold the Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship.
    3. All recipients must inform the College of Creative Arts Massey University, as soon as possible, if an issue arises that will prevent them from complying with these regulations.
    4. In the event a recipient withdraws from the approved programme, Massey University has the absolute discretion to determine whether all or any part of the Scholarship shall be refunded to Massey University.

    Co-tenure

    1. The Scholarship may be held in conjunction with other Scholarships, Bursaries or Awards, so long as those Scholarships, Bursaries or Awards permit co-tenure.
    2. The Scholarship is not transferrable should the recipient withdraw from Massey University or change programmes to another College at Massey University.

    Concessions

    1. At the discretion of Massey University, the terms and conditions of the Scholarship may be modified in special circumstances or to avoid hardship to any recipient.

    Applications

    1. Application forms are available on Massey University’s College of Creative Arts website: https://creative.massey.ac.nz/scholarships
    2. Applicants must provide their National Student Number (NSN), Cambridge International Exams number (CIE), International Baccularate (IB) or appropriate identification number for their respective qualification type.
    3. A completed application must be received by 1 October for guaranteed on campus accommodation, and by 1 December 2018 (Semester 1 start) or 1 May 2019 (Semester 2 start) for remaining applications (including those not requiring on campus accommodation).
    4. Late or incomplete applications will not be accepted.
    5. Applicants will be notified whether they have been awarded the Scholarship as soon as possible after the application deadline.
    6. Scholarships will be awarded via a selection committee comprising College of Creative Arts faculty.

    Admission

    1. An offer of a Massey University Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarship is not an offer of admission to Massey University, nor does it imply approval of enrolment in a programme at Massey University.

    Closing Date

    A completed application must be received by 1 October for guaranteed on campus accommodation, and by 1 December 2018 (Semester 1 start) or 1 May 2019 (Semester 2 start) for remaining applications (including those not requiring on campus accommodation).

    Please download more information and the application form here.

    Creative Arts International Excellence Scholarships

  • Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship

    He rārangi tangata ka ngaro, he rārangi kupu mau tonu, mau tonu
    As generations of writers pass on, it is within their written words that their memory remains
    The Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship has been established in memory of Hinemoa Hilliard's influence as an inspirational writer and teacher whose warmth and knowledge touched students and staff during the 15 years she worked at Massey University Whiti o Rehua the School of Art (1999-2013).
    The Scholarship celebrates strong writing about Māori art and design, engagement with kaupapa Māori and manaakitanga, and will support a first year College of Creative Arts Māori student to continue their studies through a one year full domestic fee waiver for their second year of full time study.
    For more information please see the Hinemoa Hilliard Memorial Scholarship Guidelines here.
    Any enquiries can be made to Karen Adams. Applications must be sent by email to K.Adams@massey.ac.nz by 9 December each year.

     

  • Commercial Music Scholarship

    Closing Date  
31 October

    Purpose

    This scholarship was established by Massey University to: 
    Provide support to a promising applicant in preparation for a career in the commercial music industry, practice or technology.

    Tenure and value

    One scholarship to be awarded for full-time study commencing Semester 1.

    A total value of $10,000 towards tuition fees for one successful applicant in three years of full-time undergraduate study in the Bachelor of Commercial Music degree at Massey University’s College of Creative Arts. The scholarship will be paid out up to three years as outlined in the “Payment” section below.

    Eligibility

    The scholarship is only available for a  New Zealand citizen or resident.

    All applicants must be intending to enrol: 

    • for full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study
    • in the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Commercial Music
    • at the Massey University Wellington campus.

     

    The award recipient must also meet the University admission requirements.

    For any applicant who wants to check their eligibility for qualifying as a New Zealand citizen or resident please click here.

    Criteria

    Academic excellence and evidence of creative potential demonstrated by:

    1. Formal academic achievements:
    School leaver applicants must have attained an NCEA Level 2 certificate in Year 12 (or the equivalent in Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) or International Baccalaureate (IB), or overseas qualification). Non-school leaver applicants must be able to document academic achievements that are comparable with those required of school leaver applicants at University Entrance or similar.  

    2. Evidence of creative potential:
    All applicants must attend an audition (Music Practice) or consultation (Music Industry; Music Technology), which provides an opportunity to demonstrate their creative potential and commitment. The pre-enrolment audition or consultation is part of the entry procedure for the Bachelor of Commercial Music. Music Practice applicants will have their auditions recorded and Music Industry and Music Technology applicants will be asked to provide a written statement for their consultation. These criteria will be a part of the assessment towards their scholarship application.

    Responsibility for the Award

    The scholarship shall be awarded on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

    Selection Committee

    The Selection Committee will be comprised of three staff of the College of Creative Arts, including at least two Commercial Music staff.

    In making their decisions, the Selection Committee will prioritise applicants’ creative potential as demonstrated in the pre-enrolment audition or consultation.

    The Selection Committee has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants of sufficient merit and their decision is final.

    Payment

    The award is valued to a maximum of $10,000 and is to be used to contribute to the tuition fees of the Bachelor of Commercial Music. The recipient will use the award against their fees for the first year of study, but in instances where the recipient is eligible for New Zealand Government Fees Free, the scholarship will be deferred to fees for their second and third years of study.

    For a recipient who is not eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $3,334 in the first year; $3,333 in the second year; $3,333 in the third year.

    For a recipient who is eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $5,000 in second year; $5,000 in the third year. 

    Conditions of the award

    The awardee will be required to sign a simple contract setting out the obligations associated with accepting this scholarship, which are:
    1. To be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Commercial Music
       2. To abide by the rules and regulations of Massey University.
       3. To maintain good academic standing throughout their study.
       4. To advise the Programme Leader of Commercial Music immediately of any withdrawal from full-time study in the Bachelor of Commercial Music.
       5. To notify Massey University promptly of any change of address, telephone number or bank account details.
       6. The recipient may also be required to repay Massey University for the full scholarship money or part thereof if the successful applicant:
       a. Breaches any of Massey University’s rules or regulations
       b. Breaches this contract

     The awardee is not eligible to hold any other Massey University scholarship or bursary at the same time as this scholarship. The awardee does remain eligible to receive Massey University prizes.  

    How to apply

    To apply for this scholarship please click here.

    The final deadline for applications is 31 October. There is no provision for late applications for this scholarship.

    The awardee will be confirmed after NCEA results in January.

  • Creative Media Production Scholarship

    Closing Date

    31 October

    Purpose

    This scholarship was established by Massey University to:
    Provide support to a promising applicant in preparation for a career in creative media production industries, specifically Film and TV, Games, Animation and VFX, Web and Interactive, and Producing and Directing.

    Tenure and value

    One scholarship to be awarded for full-time study commencing Semester 1.

    A total value of $10,000 towards tuition fees for one successful applicant in three years of full-time undergraduate study in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production degree at Massey University’s College of Creative Arts. The scholarship will be paid out up to three years as outlined in the “Payment” section below.

    Eligibility

    The scholarship is only available for a New Zealand citizen or resident.

    All applicants must be intending to enrol:
    · for full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study
    · in the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production programme
    · at the Massey University Wellington campus.

     

    The award recipients must also meet the University admission requirements.

    For any applicant who wants to check their eligibility for qualifying as a New Zealand citizen or resident please click here.

    Criteria

    Academic Excellence and evidence of creative potential demonstrated by:

    1. Formal academic achievements:
    School leaver applicants must have attained an NCEA Level 2 certificate in Year 12 (or the equivalent in Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) or International Baccalaureate (IB), or overseas qualification). Non-school leaver applicants must be able to document academic achievements that are comparable with those required of school leaver applicants at University Entrance or similar.

    2. Evidence of creative potential:
    All applicants must submit a digital portfolio of existing works, which provides an opportunity to demonstrate their creative potential and commitment. Applicants should also provide a written statement exploring a set topic prepared annually by the Selection Committee.

    Responsibility for the Award

    The scholarship shall be awarded on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

    Selection Committee

    The Selection Committee will be comprised of three staff of the College of Creative Arts, including at least two Creative Media Production staff.

    In making their decisions, the Selection Committee will evaluate applicants’ creative potential as well their response to the written statement.

    The Selection Committee has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants of sufficient merit and their decision is final.

    Payment

    The award is valued to a maximum of $10,000 and is to be used to contribute to the tuition fees of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production. The recipient will use the award against their fees for the first year of study, but in instances where the recipient is eligible for New Zealand Government Fees Free, the scholarship will be deferred to fees for their second and third years of study.

    For a recipient who is not eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $3,334 in the first year; $3,333 in second year; $3,333 in the third year.

    For a recipient who is eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $5,000 in the second year; $5,000 in the third year.

    Conditions of the award

    The awardee will be required to sign a simple contract setting out the obligations associated with accepting this scholarship, which are:
    1. To be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production.
    2. To abide by the rules and regulations of Massey University.
    3. To maintain good academic standing throughout their study.
    4. To advise the Programme Leader of Creative Media Production immediately of any withdrawal from full-time study in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production.
    5. To notify Massey University promptly of any change of address, telephone number or bank account details.
    6. The recipient may also be required to repay Massey University for the full scholarship money or part thereof if the successful applicant:
    a. Breaches any of Massey University’s rules or regulations
    b. Breaches this contract

    The awardee is not eligible to hold any other Massey University scholarship or bursary at the same time as this scholarship. The awardee does remain eligible to receive Massey University prizes.

    How to apply

    To apply for this scholarship please click here.

    The final deadline for applications is 31 October. There is no provision for late applications for this scholarship.

    The awardee will be confirmed after NCEA results in January.

  • School of Music and Creative Media Production - Māori Scholarship | Pasifika Scholarship

    School of Music and Creative Media Production - Māori Scholarship
    School of Music and Creative Media Production - Pasifika Scholarship

    How to apply

    To apply the Māori Scholarship please click here

    To apply the Pasifika Scholarship please click here.

    The final deadline for applications is 31 October. There is no provision for late applications for this scholarship.

    The awardee will be confirmed after NCEA results in January.

    To view the regulations of the Māori and Pasifika scholarships please scroll to the relevant scholarship below:

    School of Music and Creative Media Production - Māori Scholarship

    Closing Date  
31 October

    Purpose  

    This scholarship was established by Massey University to:
    Provide support for a Māori applicant to pursue and achieve success in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music.

    Tenure and value   

    One scholarship to be awarded for full-time study commencing Semester 1. 

    A total value of $10,000 towards tuition fees for one successful applicant in three years of full-time undergraduate study in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music degree at Massey University’s College of Creative Arts. The scholarship will be paid out up to three years as outlined in the “Payment” section below.

    Eligibility

    
The scholarship is only available for a Domestic student (i.e. a New Zealand citizen or resident).

    All applicants must be intending to enrol:
    ·        for full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study
    ·        in the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music
    ·        at the Massey University Wellington campus.
    ·        identify as being of Māori heritage

     

    The award recipients must also meet the University admission requirements.

    For any applicant who wants to check their eligibility for qualifying as a New Zealand Citizen or resident please click here.

    Criteria

    Applicants who can evidence their identity as being of Māori heritage and who show evidence of leadership and creative potential.

    1. Formal academic achievements:
    School leaver applicants must have attained an NCEA Level 2 certificate in Year 12 (or the equivalent in Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) or International Baccalaureate (IB), or overseas qualification). Non-school leaver applicants must be able to document academic, creative, professional or other achievements that are comparable with those required of school leaver applicants at University Entrance or similar.

    2. Evidence of creative potential.
    All applicants must submit a reference letter and a creative work to show their leadership skills  and creative potential.

    3. Reference letter or nominated oral reference:
    You should provide a referee to support your application. This can be can be from a local community leader, a teacher or principal, church leader, elder or other respected cultural leader. You can either provide a letter, or the contact details of a nominated referee, including phone number, that the panel may call.

    Creative work:

    This can be in the form of a song, a recording, a video, a game, a website or animation. 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.

    We are considering applications in Animation, Visual Effects, Film and Television, Web and Interactive, Games, Music Practice, Music Industry and Music Technology.

    All Bachelor of Commercial Music applicants must attend an audition (Music Practice) or consultation (Music Industry; Music Technology), which provides an opportunity to demonstrate their creative potential and commitment. The pre-enrolment audition or consultation is part of the entry procedure for the Bachelor of Commercial Music.

    Responsibility for the Award

    The scholarship shall be awarded on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

    Selection Committee

    The Selection Committee will be comprised of two staff of the College of Creative Arts, and the Senior Kaupapa Māori Advisor or chosen representative.

    The Selection Committee has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants and their decision is final.

    Payment

    The award is valued to a maximum of $10,000 and is to be used to contribute to the tuition fees of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music. The recipient will use the award against their fees for the first year of study, but in instances where the recipient is eligible for New Zealand Government Fees Free, the scholarship will be deferred to fees for their second and third years of study.

    For a recipient who is not eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $3,334 in the first year; $3,333 in the second year; $3,333 in the third year.

    For a recipient who is eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $5,000 in the second year; $5,000 in the third year.

    Conditions of the award  

    The awardee will be required to sign a simple contract setting out the obligations associated with accepting this scholarship, which are:
       1. To be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music.
       2. To abide by the rules and regulations of Massey University.
       3. To maintain good academic standing throughout their study.
       4. To advise the Programme Leader of Creative Media Production or Commercial Music immediately of any withdrawal from full-time study.
    5. To notify Massey University promptly of any change of address, telephone number or bank account details.
       6. The recipient may also be required to repay Massey University for the full scholarship money or part thereof if the successful applicant:
       a. Breaches any of Massey University’s rules or regulations
      b. Breaches this contract 

    The awardee is not eligible to hold any other Massey University scholarship or bursary at the same time as this scholarship. The awardee does remain eligible to receive Massey University prizes.

    School of Music and Creative Media Production – Pasifika Scholarship

    Closing Date  
31 October

    Purpose  

    This scholarship was established by Massey University to:
    Provide support for a Pasifika applicant to pursue and achieve success in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music.

    Tenure and value

    One scholarship to be awarded for full-time study commencing Semester 1, 2019.

    A total value of $10,000 towards tuition fees for one successful applicant in three years of full-time undergraduate study in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music degree at Massey University’s College of Creative Arts. The scholarship will be paid out up to three years as outlined in the “Payment” section below.

    Eligibility

    
The scholarship is only available for a  New Zealand citizen or resident.

    All applicants must be intending to enrol:
      ·  for full-time (minimum of 105 credits) study
      ·  in the first year (i.e. 100 level) of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music
    ·  at the Massey University Wellington campus.
      ·  identify as being of Pasifika heritage

     

    The award recipients must also meet the University admission requirements.

    For any applicant who wants to check their eligibility for qualifying as a New Zealand Citizen or resident please click here.

    Criteria

    Applicants who can evidence their identity as being of Pasifika heritage and who show evidence of leadership and creative potential.

    1. Formal academic achievements:
      School leaver applicants must have attained an NCEA Level 2 certificate in Year 12 (or the equivalent in Cambridge International Examinations (CIE) or International Baccalaureate (IB), or overseas qualification). Non-school leaver applicants must be able to document academic, creative, professional or other achievements that are comparable with those required of school leaver applicants at University Entrance or similar.

    2. Evidence of creative potential:
    All applicants must submit a creative work to show their leadership skills and creative potential.

    3. Reference letter or nominated oral reference:
    You should provide a referee to support your application. This can be can be from a local community leader, a teacher or principal, church leader, elder or other respected cultural leader. You can either provide a letter, or the contact details of a nominated referee, including phone number, that the panel may call.

    Creative work:
    This can be in the form of a song, a recording, a video, a game, a website or animation. 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.

    We are considering applications in Animation, Visual Effects, Film and Television, Web and Interactive, Games, Music Practice, Music Industry and Music Technology.

    All Bachelor of Commercial Music applicants must attend an audition (Music Practice) or consultation (Music Industry; Music Technology), which provides an opportunity to demonstrate their creative potential and commitment. The pre-enrolment audition or consultation is part of the entry procedure for the Bachelor of Commercial Music.

    Responsibility for the Award

    The scholarship shall be awarded on the recommendation of the Selection Committee.

    Selection Committee  

    The Selection Committee will be comprised of two staff of the College of Creative Arts, and the Senior Pasifika Advisor or chosen representative.

    The Selection Committee has the right to refrain from making an award in the event of there being no suitable applicants and their decision is final.

    Payment

    The award is valued to a maximum of $10,000 and is to be used to contribute to the tuition fees of the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music. The recipient will use the award against their fees for the first year of study, but in instances where the recipient is eligible for New Zealand Government Fees Free, the scholarship will be deferred to fees for their second and third years of study.  

    For a recipient who is not eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows: 
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $3,334 in the first year; $3,333 in the second year; $3,333 in the third year. 

    For a recipient who is eligible for Fees Free in their first year of study, the payment terms will be as follows:
    A payment will be made directly into the scholarship awardee’s fees account by the Scholarships Office after the official withdrawal date of each semester for tuition fees, up to a maximum allocation as follows: $5,000 in second year; $5,000 in third year. 

    Conditions of the award

    The awardee will be required to sign a simple contract setting out the obligations associated with accepting this scholarship, which are:
    1. To be enrolled full-time in the Bachelor of Creative Media Production or the Bachelor of Commercial Music.
       2. To abide by the rules and regulations of Massey University.
       3. To maintain good academic standing throughout their study.
       4. To advise the Programme Leader of Creative Media Production or Commercial Music immediately of any withdrawal from full-time study.
    5. To notify Massey University promptly of any change of address, telephone number or bank account details.
       6. The recipient may also be required to repay Massey University for the full scholarship money or part thereof if the successful applicant:
       a. Breaches any of Massey University’s rules or regulations
       b. Breaches this contract

    The awardee is not eligible to hold any other Massey University scholarship or bursary at the same time as this scholarship. The awardee does remain eligible to receive Massey University prizes.