Christine Roigard Memorial Prize 2021 is offering a Bachelors degree program in the field of German.
This scholarship is provided by the University of Auckland and its open to all nationals, the value of this scholarship is Partial Funding, NZD500.
The Prize was established in 1971 to commemorate the late Christine Robyn Roigard, an outstanding undergraduate who was, at the time of her sudden death, in the final year of her BA programme in German and Slavonic Studies.
About University of Auckland
Founded in 1833, the University of Auckland is New Zealand’s outstanding research institute. The University of Auckland is the largest university in the country and in QS Stars rating it’s rated as a Five Stars Plus institution for excellence in the categories: Research, Employability, Teaching, Facilities, Internationalisation, Innovation and Inclusiveness.
Furthermore, It is also the only New Zealand university ranked in the top 100 in the QS World University Rankings and in the top 200 in the Times Higher Education World University Rankings. Most students attend the main City Campus, which is located in the heart of Auckland close to the city’s main transport hubs, the bustling central business district, shops, theatres, and social scene.
Requirements for University of Auckland Bachelors Scholarship
- The Prize will be awarded annually to the student who in the opinion of the examiners has done the best work in German at Stage II level.
- As a minimum standard, the student should have a GPA of 7.00 across all courses in German.
How to Apply for the University of Auckland Bachelors Scholarship
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It should be noted that all Interested and qualified candidates are to apply for the University of Auckland Bachelors Scholarship immediately they see this post because there is no specified deadline.