L. B. Wood Travelling Scholarship
Awarded by Te Pôkai Tara Universities New Zealand
To allow graduates to undertake doctoral studies in the United Kingdom.
Further information is available on request.
Open to all holders of postgraduate scholarships from any faculty of any university in New Zealand, provided that application is made within 3 years of the date of graduation.
Up to 3 years
New Zealand $3,000 per year, as a supplement to another postgraduate scholarship
Applicants must write for details.
The L B Wood Trust
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