An applicant must be an international student who do not qualify for domestic tuition fee rates;
Applicants must be intending to enrol full-time in the year following selection.
The University of Otago is offering one (1) Alan Musgrave Scholarship in Philosophy for international students that wish to study with them at a Masters level in Australia. This scholarship involves the full cost of tuition fees and a monthly stipend of NZD $15.000, and its application deadline is due September 1, 2016.
Applications are open to international students, who do not qualify for domestic tuition fee rates, intending to enrol full-time in the year following selection, either in a one-year BA (Hons) in Philosophy followed by a Master’s degree by thesis in Philosophy, or in a Master’s degree by thesis in Philosophy.
Application and Selection Process
Every application must submit an application on the prescribed form to the University of Otago Doctoral and Scholarships Office by the specified closing date in the year preceding the intended tenure of the scholarship.
The selection committee, consisting of the Head of the Department of Philosophy, in the chair, and two other academic staff members from the department, shall consider the following factors in recommending award of the scholarship:
The scholarship consists of a full rebate of tuition fees plus $15,000 per annum to be paid as a monthly stipend. If the recipient withdraws from or completes the prescribed course of study at the University of Otago during tenure of the scholarship, all payments will cease and no money refunded to the student.
The tenure of the scholarship is for two years in the case of a BA (Hons) plus Master’s thesis, or one year in the case of a Master’s thesis.
The scholarship must be taken up in the year in which it is awarded and part-time study is not normally
The scholarship may not be held concurrently with a University of Otago International Master’s Scholarship.
Each Scholarship recipient must:
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