Having just completed my first semester at University of Otago I would like to say an extremely warm thank you to you for the Tertiary Education Scholarship that I received earlier this year. 

I am studying a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Psychology and am loving it so far! Between my studies, immersing myself in the student life at Unicol and working part time at Unipol (the University gym) I am kept very busy. 

I am very appreciative of being able to put my scholarship towards the cost of my hall and it has helped me out immensely.”
— Stella Keown
 

Scholarships to the value of $2,500 are available to eligible students entering tertiary education in 2020

Opening dates – 1 July 2019 (Date TBC each year)

Closing Dates – 2 August 2019 (Date TBC each year)

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Since 2007, Central Lakes Trust (CLT) has awarded Tertiary Education Scholarships annually to the five High Schools in its region; Wakatipu and Dunstan High Schools, Mount Aspiring and Cromwell Colleges and Roxburgh Area School.

In 2019, Pioneer Energy Limited (PEL) will also be awarding schools with Science and Technology scholarships.

It is at the discretion and judgement of the Principals and staff of these schools to determine, based on guidelines and agreed criteria, the student(s) they wish to select for a CLT Tertiary Education Scholarship or a PEL Science and Technology scholarship. 

The allocation of the number of scholarships to be awarded at the five High Schools in the Central Lakes Trust region is based on the school’s eligible Year 13 roll.

Scholarships are for individuals wishing to commence their first year of full-time tertiary study following Year 13, to further their education either in New Zealand or overseas in 2020, or 2021 after a GAP year.

Application forms and guidelines are available from the five high schools in the CLT region. Completed applications are to be forwarded directly to the relevant CLT regional based school for consideration.