CMIC Master’s Scholarships are available and open for applications to students with the passion to develop or advance virtual reality/augmented reality, film, and gaming technologies to undertake a Master’s by thesis study at the Computational Media Innovation Centre (CMIC), Victoria University of Wellington. They will work with Industry experts and international media organisations, gain experience in the development of digital media and receive full funding supports for their projects, plus a stipend of $15,000, and tuition fees (domestic) for a year.
The CMIC Master’s Scholarships programme aims to strengthen New Zealand’s capability in interactive media through academic research. CMIC collaborates with industry experts including major international media organisations to develop new, or advance existing virtual reality/augmented reality, film, and gaming technologies. The Centre is also an incubation space for digital start-ups, where projects are developed from initial concepts through to market-ready products. The CMIC scholarship is funded by the Entrepreneurial Universities program.
- Fully Funded by the Entrepreneurial Universities program.
- A stipend of $15,000, and tuition fees (domestic) for a year.
Level and Area of Study
Master’s Research in interactive media through academic research.
Place of Study
At the Computational Media Innovation Centre (CMIC), Victoria University of Wellington, New Zealand.
The eligibility for this CMIC Master’s Scholarships is only for:
- Applicants who must be intending to pursue a Masters by thesis study in the field of Computer Graphics at CMIC, Victoria University of Wellington.
- Applicants who can be domestic or international students.
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Applicants for the CMIC Master’s Scholarships are required to submit the specific documentation outlined below if they wish to be considered for this scholarship. Send all the outlined documents to the CMIC Centre Manager: email@example.com.
Scholarship specific documentation:
- A CV
- Any supporting documents (e.g. transcripts, reports)
- A brief outline of research interest
The successful candidate will be selected by CMIC co-Directors – Ken Anjyo and Taehyun Rhee.
Any scholarship offer made to the successful candidate will be conditional on the candidate gaining admission into the Masters by thesis programme at Victoria University of Wellington.