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2013 Reserve Bank Scholarships for International Students in New Zealand



Important description
Study subjects are economics, finance and banking.

Course Level:

This scholarship is available for pursuing Honors, Masters or final year of PhD degree level.

Scholarship Provider:

Reserve Bank of New Zealand

Scholarship can be taken at:

New Zealand

Scholarship Open for International Students:

The students of any nationality can apply for this scholarship.

Scholarship Description:

The Reserve Bank of New Zealand offers two scholarships each year to students who are majoring in Economics, Finance or Banking and who are entering their Honours, Masters or final year of PhD study. Students must have attained at least a B+ average and be studying full time over the academic year (February to November).


Eligibility and other criteria
We welcome applications from international students, provided you are legally entitled to work in New Zealand.
-Students must have attained at least a B+ average and be studying full time over the academic year


Application deadline
* 16 January 2013


Additional information, and important URL
The Reserve Bank of New Zealand offers two scholarships each year.

The value of each scholarship will be $10,000. This money will be paid fortnightly during the academic year.
In addition to the $10,000, an offer of employment is provided at the completion of your qualification. It is important to note that a condition of receipt of the scholarship is that you must accept the position with the Reserve Bank and must remain in that position for a specified period of time. Should this condition not be met you will be required to repay the sum of the scholarship payments made to you.


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