External Funding Opportunities
Apart from the Scholarships and Awards listed on our Scholarships Finder there are also other funding opportunities available through various external parties.
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Research project funding
University of Waikato Academics have the following research funding/projects available. Please read the details for the projects below and make contact with the relevant academic directly if you are interested in applying.
- PhD Scholarships - Sustainable Materials Research, Āmiomio Aotearoa: A Circular Economy for the Wellbeing of New Zealand
- Masters Scholarship - Ahuora: Delivering Sustainable Industry through smart process heat decarbonisation
- PhD Scholarship - Ahuora: Delivering Sustainable Industry through smart process heat decarbonisation
- PhD Scholarship - Multiscale Characterization of Structural Fibre Reinforced Composites
- Masters Scholarship - Nga Tūmanakotanga - Turning the tide on prison violence
- PhD Scholarship - Nga Tūmanakotanga - Turning the tide on prison violence
External funding organisations
Capstone provides a range of grants for Australian and New Zealand students and academics.
DairyNZ helps New Zealand dairy farmers and the industry adapt to change and stay world-leading. You may find Masters scholarships and summer internship roles advertised on the DairyNZ website.
Education New Zealand manages both inbound and outbound scholarship schemes.
Fulbright New Zealand promotes educational and cultural exchange between New Zealand and the United States of America.
The Waikato Chapter of The Golden Key International Honour Society in New Zealand. The society recognises and promotes Academic excellence in over 400 Universities worldwide. The Waikato Chapter is involved with volunteer work, academic improvement and fostering leadership skills.
DAAD provides a range of grants and scholarships for study in Germany.
A charitable trust organisation which aims to make a positive difference to the education and employment outcomes for girls and women in New Zealand and internationally.
The Health Research Council offers an impressive range of funding opportunities for health-related study and research.
The Māori Education Trust was established to encourage Maori into tertiary education through the payments of grants and scholarships.
This national charitable trust supporting education, innovation and research that benefits women by providing a nation-wide awards programme.
These prestigious scholarships are for international students from developing countries to study in New Zealand and the Pacific.
Universities New Zealand – Te Pōkai Tara administers a wide range of nationally available undergraduate and postgraduate awards.
External scholarship databases
The University of Waikato does not provide access to the giveMe website, but you can access it from a public library that holds a subscription.
The MoneyHub scholarship directory lists hundreds of university scholarships for Year 13 students who are interested in university study.
Research Professional is a tool for finding research funding. Access is automatic if you are on campus, however, if you are off campus or you would like set up search alerts, select 'Please log in to see your profile' on the right-hand side. You can then log in with your University of Waikato username and password.