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U11 New Zealand scholarship students

  1. A New Zealand scholarship student receives funding from the New Zealand Government through the Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Trade under the following schemes:
    1. New Zealand Scholarships;
    2. New Zealand Short Term Training Scholarships;
    3. New Zealand Commonwealth Scholarships;
    4. New Zealand English Language Training for Officials;
  2. The objective of the scholarships is for candidates to gain knowledge and skills in specific subject areas that will assist in the development of their home country.
  3. Recipients are required to return to their home country for at least two years after the completion of their scholarship to apply these new skills and knowledge in government, civil society or private business organisations.
  4. Despite (c) above, New Zealand scholarship students who have completed Short Term Training Scholarships or English Language Training for Officials of less than six months in duration are required to return to their home country for at least one year after the completion of their scholarship.

Effective 13/05/2019

IN THIS SECTION

U11.1 Students holding a New Zealand scholarship undertaking employment

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (28/08/2017)

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (26/11/2012)

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (07/11/2011)

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (07/02/2011)

U11 New Zealand Agency for International Development- (NZAID-) supported students (29/11/2010)

PREVIOUS IMMIGRATION INSTRUCTIONS

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (26/11/2012)

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (07/11/2011)

U11 New Zealand Aid Programme-supported students (07/02/2011)

U11 New Zealand Agency for International Development- (NZAID-) supported students (29/11/2010)

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