The University of Lincoln in New Zealand is accepting applications for the Lady Isaac Scholarship Program. The scholarship is open to either domestic or overseas students who wish to undertake master or PhD degree in the area of Nature Conservation at the university.
The Lady Diana Isaac Scholarship in Nature Conservation was established in 2000 by Lady Isaac who had a lifelong commitment to conservation. This scholarship is now governed by The Isaac Conservation and Wildlife Trust and continues Lady Isaac’s legacy of supporting postgraduate study and research in conservation and environmental areas at Lincoln University.
The winner will receive $20,000pa.
Level and Area of Studies
Master and Phd degree in Nature Conservation.
Place of Study
The study will be taken in New Zealand.
Eligibility and Criteria
- Scholarships will be open to full-time students are eligible to register for full-time postgraduate study in either a Masters or Doctoral degree at Lincoln University.
- A scholarship may be awarded to a person who is not eligible to register as a postgraduate student for a Masters or Doctoral degree at Lincoln University provided he or she becomes eligible to register by the commencement of the next academic semester in the year of the award.
- The scholarship will lapse if the candidate is not registered for a postgraduate degree by the date established in 3(2) above or those established under the special provision.
(4) Preference will be given to applicants who are New Zealand Citizens or Permanent Residents.
There is no nationality restriction.