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Another great scholarship chance for Waihou-Piako

Another great scholarship chance for Waihou-Piako zone students

Another great opportunity is being offered for students hailing from the Waihou-Piako rivers zone to get a tertiary studies scholarship worth up to $6000.

Waikato Regional Council’s Roger Harris Scholarship for 2018 is available to those intending to study or already studying civil engineering or resource management, with a particular focus on river and catchment management.

The scholarship is dedicated to helping students whose families live in the council’s Waihou-Piako rating zone, which stretches from south of Putaruru to north of Thames in a band that takes in a range of districts. (Full details of the area covered are available from the council.)

Applicants should submit a curriculum vitae including qualifications, copies of any NCEA and university results, extracurricular activities and other information that demonstrates skills and attributes.

Applications, which close on 8 December 2017, should be sent to:
Roger Harris Scholarship application
Chief Executive Office
Waikato Regional Council
Private Bag 3038
Waikato Mail Centre
Hamilton 3240

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