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Peter Ayson Undergraduate Award in Sports or Performing Arts & Community University of Waikato New Zealand

Closing date: 28 Feb 2023/24

Student type: Domestic and International students are eligible for this scholarship program.

Level of study: Undergraduate

Study area: Any

Scholarship value: $4,000

 

Description: The Peter Ayson Undergraduate Award in Sports or Performing Arts & Community (formerly the Peter Ayson Undergraduate Award in Sport and Community from 2017-2020) was established in 2020 by University of Waikato Alumnus and athletics champion Peter Ayson. The Award aims to support undergraduate students who show academic merit and strong commitment to sport or the performing arts and the community, to further their studies. One award of $4,000 is available each year with applications alternating between Performing Arts in odd years (e.g. 2021, 2023) and Sport in even years (e.g. 2022, 2024).

Eligibility: To be eligible for a 2021 Scholarship, candidates must be able to demonstrate academic merit and strong commitment to a performing art. Candidate’s must be domestic students who have completed at least one year of their undergraduate degree and will be enrolled full-time (i.e. 120 points) in the year of tenure and have maintained at least a ‘B’ average in their previous year of study.

How to apply:  No application required

More info:https://www.waikato.ac.nz/scholarships/s/peter-ayson-undergraduate-award-in-sport-and-community

 

 

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