New Zealand | Scholarship for Nigerians and Africans - Part 2

A G Davis Scholarship in Law University of Auckland, New Zealand

The fund for these Scholarships was established by those who graduated in law while Professor A. G. Davis was Dean of the Law School.
The A G Davis Scholarship contributes to the support of a full-time Law student at The University of Auckland who has shown academic excellence.

  • The scholarships shall be tenable by a student who has shown academic excellence.
  • The scholarship is in Law
    Scholarship Application Deadline:
    31 Oct, 2011Further Scholarship Information and Application
  • Edward Gibbon Wakefield Doctoral Scholarship, New Zealand

    The scholarship is endowed by Mrs Priscilla Wakefield Mitchell of Totnes, Devon, in memory of her great, great uncle Edward Gibbon Wakefield and his three brothers all of whom inspired the founding of New Zealand. The scholarship is also dedicated to the memory of Mrs Mitchell’s grandfather Charles Marcus Wakefield, the distinguished diarist, who surveyed so much of early Canterbury; and lastly to the memory of her brother Edward Roger Wakefield killed in action in the Balkans in World War II serving with the Commandos. Roger Wakefield was a graduate of Christ Church, Oxford.
    Eligibility:Doctoral study in history

    Scholarship Application Deadline:01 Nov 2011

    Further Scholarship Information and Application

    Dennis William Moore Scholarship at University of Canterbury, New Zealand

    The Dennis William Moore Scholarship was established in 1999 as a result of a capital donation to the University of Canterbury from the Estate of Dennis William
    Eligibility:For a thesis student in Astronomy who has been or will be undertaking observational work at Mt John as part of his/her thesis work.
    Please note that application forms are only available from approximately 8 weeks ahead of the closing date.

    Scholarship Application Deadline: 01 Nov 2011

    Further Scholarship Information and Application