The Global Research Alliance is pleased to offer this exciting New Zealand PhD Scholarship for those aspiring to undertake PhD study in New Zealand, through the Scholarship Programme. If you belong to a developing country and are looking to complete your PhD in the field of science, we are pleased to inform you that you can now apply for this valuable scholarship free of charge.

The principles of PhD scholarship in New Zealand are based on specific insights, including:

  1. Implementing projects that have a significant positive impact on society.
  2. Promoting cooperation and synergy by integrating the skills and knowledge of participants.
  3. Support and promote innovative projects with high content.
  4. Developing global networks of knowledge that serve both industry sectors and enhance their competitiveness.

For a list of participating and interested research institutions, you can visit the attached link.

We are confident that this opportunity will be a great starting point in your academic and professional career. Seize the opportunity and apply now!

Conditions for a doctoral scholarship in New Zealand

Conditions for a PhD scholarship in New Zealand include the following:

  • Study major: Applicants can apply in any field of study previously determined by the scholarship and the university.
  • Age: The applicant's age must not exceed the age limit specified by the donor.
  • Previous certificate: The applicant must have a previous certificate that matches the requirements of the scholarship program.
  • Submitting documents: The application must be fully submitted with all required documents and facts.
  • Appointments: The application must be submitted by the specified dates, and delays or lack of documents may result in the application being rejected.
  • University conditions: The applicant must meet all conditions and criteria for admission to the university where he will study.
  • Acadimic qualification: The applicant must hold a recognized academic qualification.
  • Motivation and motivation: The applicant must have the appropriate motivation and drive to study and research.
  • Naturalization and Residency: The applicant cannot obtain citizenship or permanent residency in New Zealand or Australia.
  • Research topic: The topic of the doctoral research must be related to greenhouse gas emissions from agricultural systems.
  • University admission: You must have confirmed and unconditional acceptance to the program at a New Zealand university.
  • Place of study: You must plan to undertake your doctoral study in New Zealand, rather than remotely.
  • Program organization: The doctoral program must be organized through a New Zealand university.

Please check updated information and full details of scholarship terms and conditions from the authorized source before submitting any application.

Advantages of studying for a doctorate in New Zealand

PhD scholarship in New Zealand comes with multiple benefits which include:

  • Tuition fee coverage: Tuition fees will be fully funded by this scholarship.
  • flight costs: Travel costs to New Zealand will be covered by the scholarship.
  • Accommodation costs: Accommodation costs will be funded during your studies in New Zealand.
  • Help with a study visa: You will be provided with assistance in the application process for your study visa.
  • Monthly salary: A monthly stipend will be provided to cover living costs.
  • Additional benefits: You will be given additional benefits by the awarding institution.
  • Working side by side: You may be able to work during your studies under unlimited work rights for PhD students in New Zealand.
  • Annual living stipend: You will receive an annual living stipend of up to NZ$28000 tax-free.
  • Medical insurance coverage: Medical insurance costs will be covered up to NZ$700 per year.
  • Allowance for preparing a book and thesis: A book and thesis preparation allowance of NZ$1500 will be provided.
  • Visa application costs: Visa application costs will be covered up to a maximum of NZ$1000.
  • Free education for children: You can enroll your children as local students in New Zealand's free state schools.
  • Possibility of bringing family: You can take your family to live in New Zealand with you.
  • Work visa for partner: Your partner or spouse will be able to apply for an open work visa.
  • Return tickets: Return tickets to New Zealand will be covered for a maximum of $6000.

These advantages make a doctoral scholarship in New Zealand a unique and comprehensive opportunity to obtain a high-quality education and an enriching and exciting life experience in a distinguished study environment.

Steps to register for a doctoral scholarship in New Zealand

Obtaining admission to the university: Before anything else, you need to get accepted into a PhD program at a university in New Zealand.

Access the official scholarship website: After getting admission, go to the official website of the New Zealand Scholarship Program.

Create a new account: Create a new account on the official website of the scholarship.

Fill out the grant application information: Fill out the required scholarship application information, and be sure to provide accurate and complete information.

Attach the required documents: Attach the required documents to the application file, such as a copy of the passport or national ID, copies of academic transcript, statement of purpose, letter of motivation, letter of recommendation, CV, school/university transcript, and training certificates if any.

Use the search function: Use the search function on the website to find the specific PhD scholarship application you are interested in.

Send request: Once you complete all the steps and attach the required documents, send your application to the donor via the website.

Current requirements and procedures for registration should be checked from the official scholarship source, as details of procedures and required documents may vary depending on the scholarship and university.

Required Documents

These are the documents you need to submit as part of your New Zealand PhD scholarship application:

  • A copy of the passport or national ID: You may need to provide a photocopy of your passport or national ID.
  • Copies of academic transcript: You may be asked to submit copies of your previous academic transcripts. It is best to familiarize yourself with the format required for these copies before submitting them.
  • Statement of purpose: The statement requires a detailed description of the reasons why you are applying for this scholarship and how you will benefit from it.
  • Motivation letter: This letter explains to the scholarship committee why you are applying for this opportunity and what inspires you to pursue graduate studies.
  • Recommendation letter: It can be best to obtain a letter of recommendation from an academic or professional reference attesting to your abilities and potential.
  • the biography: You must submit a detailed CV that includes your personal, educational and professional information.
  • Statement of school/university grades: You may be required to submit a statement showing your grades and academic performance in previous years.
  • Training certificates (if any): If you have undergone training courses or specialized training in your field, you may need to provide certificates confirming this.