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NZ High School Students Win Coveted Exchange Scholarships

New Zealand High School Students Win Coveted Exchange Scholarships

Student Exchange Australia New Zealand is delighted to announce the winner of the Volunteer & Community Involvement Scholarship is Auckland student Olivia Amer and the winner of the New Zealand Ambassador award is Christchurch student, Ariana Marsden.

Twice per year, students across New Zealand and Australia can submit an entry to win one of the 14 partial exchange scholarships across 5 categories including:

Language Scholarships

International Affairs Scholarships

Volunteer and Community Involvement Scholarships

New Zealand Ambassador Scholarships

Digital Video Scholarships

Many Scholarship applications were received in this round and the calibre of entries was extremely high.

We congratulate Olivia who has selected Canada for a Semester program and Ariana who has selected Sweden for her semester exchange program.

For more information on what is required to enter into each category, please see our website by following this link:

The deadline for the next round of Scholarship applications is 31st March, 2018 for programs departing between October 2018 – March 2019.

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