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Fulbright Graduate Awards closing soon

Fulbright Graduate Awards closing soon

Fulbright New Zealand is calling for applications to its prestigious range of graduate awards. The Fulbright programme offers awards valued at up to US$100,000 plus airfares for New Zealand graduate students to undertake postgraduate study or research in at a US institution of their choice. Earlier this month, 2006 Fulbright Graduate Awards were presented to 22 students from a wide range of backgrounds and academic disciplines. The application closing date for 2007 Fulbright Graduate Awards awards is 1 August 2006. Interested applicants should see for further information.


Fulbright-Platinum Triangle Scholarship in Entrepreneurship
in a knowledge economy-related field
valued at up to US$100,000 plus return airfare to the US and a paid internship

Fulbright-EQC Graduate Award in Natural Disaster Research
in the field of natural disaster research
valued at up to US$25,000 plus return airfare to the US

Fulbright-Ministry of Research, Science and Technology Graduate Awards
in areas targeted to support growth and innovation in New Zealand
valued at up to US$25,000 plus return airfare to the US

Fulbright New Zealand General Graduate Awards
in any field of study
valued at up to US$25,000 plus return airfare to the US

Please find attached an information sheet about these awards, and a digital copy of our 2006 Grantees Booklet which profiles the 22 New Zealand graduate students who were presented with Fulbright Awards at this year's awards presentation ceremony, held at The Beehive on June 14th. This booklet contains further award information and highlights the calibre and diversity of grantees we recognise each year.


Fulbright Graduate Award Information Sheet
Fulbright Grantees Booklet 2006

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