Do you want to become a Fire Engineer who provides fire safety design, advice and risk assessment? The University of Canterbury is thrilled to announce the Arup Fire Engineering International Scholarship.
This is the best option to get a master degree in fire engineering with $4000 study fund in New Zealand.
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The University of Canterbury gives an excellent education so that students will be able to turn their skills into an amazing career. UC offers over 100 qualifications in more than 80 different subject areas through undergraduate, masters, and doctoral degrees.
Why at the University of Canterbury? UC academics are bounded to providing students with the personal attention that nurtures their ideas and pushes them to excellence. As a UC student, you’ll bring big ideas to life by adopting a practical approach to education.
Application Deadline: November 30, 2019
- University or Organization: University of Canterbury
- Department: College of Engineering
- Course Level: Postgraduate
- Award: $4,000
- Access Mode: Online
- Number of Awards: One award is available annually
- Nationality: Domestic and International Students
- The award can be taken in New Zealand
- Eligible Countries: Application are accepted from around the world including New Zealand
- Acceptable Course or Subjects: The program will be awarded for full-time postgraduate study in Fire Engineering
- Admissible Criteria: To be eligible, the applicants must enrol full-time at the university in a program for either a Master of Engineering in Fire Engineering (MEFE) or a Master of Engineering Studies in Fire Engineering (MEngSt(Fire)) degree.
- International students may apply as long as the regulation does not specifically restrict awards for NZ citizens or NZ resident class visa holders.
How to Apply
- How to Apply: To applying online for this award, applicants must have a myUC account and you must register with myUC prior. The online applications will be started eight weeks before the closing date.
- Supporting Documents: Applicants will need to submit the following to support – CV, Community involvement evidence, Proof of citizenship or residency status (e.g. birth certificate, passport), financial hardship or ethnic background, List of referees, Transcripts or records of learning, and if necessary arrange any academic or language tests required.
- Admission Requirements: Applicants must have met the academic requirements for enrolment in a program for a MEFE or MEngSt (Fire) by 10 December in the year of application for the award.
- Language Requirement: If you are ready to study at UC, you must have sufficient fluency in written and spoken English and provide evidence of your English skills.
Benefits: The value of the grant is $4,000.