University of Otago 2022 Doctoral Scholarships for International Students
The University of Otago Doctoral Scholarships is now open for applications from suitably qualified students. It is a fully funded scholarship for all students sponsored by the University of Otago.
The University of Otago Doctoral Scholarship provides funding to support doctoral students studying at the University of Otago.The Scholarship is available to both domestic and international students. Candidates for professional doctorates, as well as the PhD, are welcome to apply.
On the Senate’s suggestion, the University Council of the University of Otago grants doctoral scholarships to candidates enrolling in a program of supervised PhD study there.
These scholarships are often only offered to individuals pursuing their first doctoral degree. Only one fully funded University of Otago PhD scholarship is available to candidates.
For the academic year 2023–2024, the University of Otago Doctoral Scholarships are accepting applications from international students who wish to pursue a PhD at the university in Otago, New Zealand.The Scholarships will pay a stipend of NZ$28,600 annually and waive domestic tuition for 36 months (excludes student services fee and insurance).
Aim and Benefits of University of Otago Doctoral Scholarships
- The University of Otago Doctoral Scholarships will provide NZ$ 28,600 stipend per annum plus a domestic tuition fees waiver for 36 months (excludes student services fee and insurance).
- Professional Doctorates (DClinDent, DMA, DBA, EDd)–NZ$28,600 stipend per annum plus a tuition fee waiver for up to 36 months capped at the domestic rate (excludes student services fee and insurance).
Requirements for University of Otago Doctoral Scholarships Qualification
Applicants must usually be:
- seeking to obtain their first doctoral qualification.
- Candidates must have completed a Master’s degree by papers and thesis.
- Scholarship is open for Domestic and international candidates.
How to Apply
For more details,visit University of Otago website