Lilli-Peach Simpson-Maru of Rongomaiwahine has been awarded the Rocket Lab Scholarship to propel her goal of becoming a doctor, at the University of Otago
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Digital marketing programme sees first cohort graduate
Te Mātātahi Scholarship programme is an eight-week course for rangatahi aged between 18-25, designed to provide a comprehensive digital marketing programme, specifically for Māori, who want to buil
Papuan students fight to keep scholarships to study in Aotearoa
Indigenous students from West Papua studying at universities across Aotearoa are defying an order from the Indonesian government to return home.
Growing diversity in the forestry sector
Māori and women interested in pursuing careers in forestry science are encouraged to apply for the 2021 Ngā Karahipi Uru Rākau - Forestry Scholarships which are now open.
Aspiring Māori neurosurgeon closer to his dream
Whiti Hoori is a step closer to pursuing his dream of becoming a neurosurgeon after winning the University of Auckland’s Top Achievers Award.
US scholarship provides debt-free future for young grad
Reihana Paewai, a graduate of Te Kōhanga Reo, Te Kura Kaupapa Māori, and Wharekura, headed back to the United States of America last night to continue his studies at an American college.
Hawkins receives health research scholarship
Te Arawa and Tainui descendant Sonia Hawkins is one of four people to be awarded the Health Research Council scholarship valued at more that $128,000.
Ngāi Tahu tourism boss receives PM's award
Ngāi Tahu Tourism chief executive Quinton Hall is the recipient of the 2018 Prime Minister's Business Scholarship.
Oranga Tamariki award winner defies all odds
Despite being in state care most of her life and struggling through homelessness, eighteen-year-old Celeste Howell is rising above her circumstances, taking home the Oranga Tamariki Passion Award at this years William Wallace Awards.
Scholarship brings Māori youth closer to their dreams
Five promising Māori high school students have been awarded Te Ara a Kupe Beaton scholarships to help them gain access to quality tertiary education. Recipients say they are hoping to achieve better outcomes for Māori right across the board through their studies.