Where you can study
Our scholars study at either one of New Zealand's 10 universities or institutes of technology, at a Pacific university, at an English language training provider in South East Asia, or through a training programme in New Zealand.
It's important to find a tertiary institution that will meet your personal as well as academic needs. Each institution specialises in different subjects. At some institutions, most students live on campus, and at others, most students live independently off-site. Visit the websites of institutions you are interested in, or ask them to send you information about student life at their institution and in their city to help you decide.
New Zealand ASEAN Scholar Awards, New Zealand Pacific Scholarships, and New Zealand Development Scholarships are available for study at the following New Zealand institutions:
New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships are available for study at any of the eight New Zealand universities listed above.
Short term training scholarships and internships for study at diploma and certificate level are available at these New Zealand institutions:
- New Zealand Institutes of Technology and Polytechnics (external link)
- New Zealand Universities (external link)
Or contact Skills New Zealand (external link) to ask about a tailored programme for short term training and internships.
If you're from the Pacific you may be able to apply for a New Zealand Pacific Regional Scholarship where you can study at one of the following institutions:
- University of South Pacific (external link)
- Fiji National University (external link)
- University of Papua New Guinea (external link)
- Pacific Adventist University (external link)
If you're from Indonesia, Laos or Cambodia you may be eligible to undertake English language training in your home country prior to taking up your study in New Zealand. Further information will be provided to successful scholarship candidates.
English language training is available at these institutions: