A scholarship could provide financial support while you complete a qualification in technology, engineering or science

Collage of five, ten and twenty dollar notes.You'd be surprised at the number of scholarships, study awards and cadetships there are for students studying towards degrees and diplomas in technology, engineering and science.

We've grouped the scholarships in three categories:

Company-funded – scholarships from DairyNZ, Fulton Hogan, Hubbards, Plant & Food Research and Timberlands.

Other organisations – Royal Society of New Zealand, EPECentre, Zonta International, Institution of Professional Engineers New Zealand (IPENZ), Australasian Hydrographic Society, NZ Institute of Surveyors, Edna Waddell Scholarships for Women in Technology & Engineering.

Māori + Pasifika – scholarships specifically for Māori and Pasifika students offered by trusts, iwi and other organisations.

Tertiary providers – polytechnics, institutes of technology and universities – are another good source of information, and generally have a Scholarships Office that can help you look for financial support for your studies:

University Scholarships Offices

Polytechnic and Institute of Technology Scholarships Offices

See also:

Cadetships find out how you can complete a diploma or degree in engineering, surveying, CAD draughting or IT while working in industry.

Course Finder use our database of tertiary-level technology, engineering and science courses to explore what and where to study.

givME is the website with the most comprehensive lists of awards, scholarships and grants. To read it online you have to pay a subscription but paper copies are held at most libraries and citizens advice bureaus (CAB) around the country.

StudyLink information about student loans and allowances.


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