Dick and Mary Earle Scholarship in Technology
Awarded by Te Pôkai Tara Universities New Zealand
To provide funds for individuals to undertake research towards a Masterate or Doctorate degree at a New Zealand university or research institution in related fields.
Open to candidates who are citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand, who have resided in New Zealand for at least 3 years and have completed the requirements for a BTech, BEng, BE degree or equivalent, with Honours at a New Zealand university.
New Zealand $17,000 per year at Master's level and New Zealand $20,000 per year at PhD level
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.