Grants & Scholarships
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Scholarships for Doctoral Students
University of Auckland Doctoral Scholarship
Auckland Medical Research Foundation Scholarship
Cancer Research Trust Postgraduate Scholarship
Māori Health Research Scholarship
Margaret Piper Doctoral Scholarship
William Henry Staunton Memorial Scholarship
Margaret Burland Doctoral Scholarship
- NERF/NZNO $10,000 postgraduate scholarship for nurses
- HOPE Foundation Research on Ageing $6000 scholarship
- Freemasons $10,000 Postgraduate Scholarship
- Elizabeth Ewing $5000 Memorial Scholarship in Adolescent and Young Adult Health
- HC Russell $10,000 Memorial Postgraduate Scholarship for PhD study in optometry
- June Opie $20,000 Fellowship for students with a disability
- The Jackson Family Foundation $11,000 Scholarship for women of Cook Island descent
- Dame Kate Edger Educational Charitable Trust Dame Dorothy Winstone Doctoral Completion Award
- Dulcie Bowman $4500 Memorial Scholarship for hearing-impaired female students
Grants for Masters Students
University of Auckland Research Masters Scholarship
- Coming soon
FMHS-PGSA Publication Grants
Publication grants are available to assist FMHS postgraduate students with open-access publication costs. All postgraduate students currently enrolled in the FMHS or the Liggins Institute who have had a manuscript recently accepted are invited to apply. Priority will be given to postgraduate students who have limited financial options available to support open access publication. Publication grants will also be judged based on the importance and impact of the research and the benefits an applicant will receive from publishing open access. Successful applicants will receive a $400 contribution towards their publication cost, in the form of a reimbursement back to the departmental graduate fund.
Your application should include:
Submission status, manuscript title and abstract, selected journal, and publication costs.
Including how the manuscript reflects the applicant’s research; financial need and additional funding; and importance/impact of research and the benefits received from publishing open access.
Proof of manuscript submission or acceptance; copy of the submitted manuscript; statement of supervisor endorsement; and confirmation this research has been completed as part of the applicant’s postgraduate degree; academic CV.
There are three funding rounds per year: 1-15 June, 1-15 August, and 1-15 October