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NHH Norwegian School of Economics Featured Postgraduate Funding

Shirtcliffe Fellowship


To assist students of outstanding ability and character who are graduates of a university in New Zealand, in the continuation of their doctoral studies in New Zealand or the Commonwealth.

Further information is available on request.


Candidates for a doctoral scholarship awarded by a New Zealand university; and whose degree is awarded in any faculty or school which, if that degree had been available in 1935, would in the opinion of the NZVCC be expected to have been awarded following a course of study in one or other of the faculties of arts, science, law, commerce or agriculture.

Quantity Available



  • Annual

Study Length

Up to 3 years

Award Value

New Zealand $5,000 as a supplement to the postgraduate scholarship emolument

Application procedure

Candidates must write for details.

Closing date

March 1st

Study Level

  • Doctorate

Te Pôkai Tara Universities New Zealand

The New Zealand Vice Chancellors Committee (NZVCC) was established by the Universities Act 1961, which replaced the federal University of New Zealand with separate institutions. Today the Committee represents the interests of New Zealand's 8 universities. The NZVCC represents the interests of the New Zealand university system to government, its agencies and the public through a range of forums and communications from joint consultative groups to electronic and print publications.

Contact Details

More information

For more information regarding this award, please contact the Te Pôkai Tara Universities New Zealand by using the links below.


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