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Student Exchange Australia NZ Increases Scholarships

Student Exchange Australia New Zealand Increases the Number of Scholarships Available And Creates an Exciting New Category


Student Exchange Australia New Zealand is pleased to announce an increase in the number of scholarships available. Additionally, a brand new category has been created, the ‘Volunteer and Community Involvement Scholarships,’ which recognises and rewards students who are actively contributing to their community and making a difference to the people around them.

With 5 categories to choose from, there are now 3 partial language scholarships, 3 partial International Affairs scholarships, 2 partial Indigenous scholarships, 2 partial Volunteer and Community Involvement scholarships and 3 partial digital video scholarships available.

National Director of Student Exchange Australia New Zealand, Mr Nick Lorentzen, commented,“Participating in an overseas exchange offers students the opportunity to experience new cultures, improve their language skills, enhance independence and maturity, and gain an important edge when it comes to future career and study opportunities. Each scholarship attracts plenty of entries from across Australia and New Zealand each year and we are proud to be in a position where we can increase the number of scholarships as well as deliver a diverse range of categories. ”

Student Exchange Australia and New Zealand is committed to its mission by offering the unique experience of living and studying in another culture and to enable young people to develop the skills and awareness that will enhance their future potential.

The next deadline for receipt of Scholarship applications is 31st October 2015. More information is available from here: Scholarships and Discounts video

For further information please visit our website www.studentexchange.org.nz or contact Cara Spencer, Sales and Marketing Director or Liz Jones, New Zealand Manager on 0800 440 079.


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