Learn about how to manage your scholarship well and what support is available to help you succeed in your studies.
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New Zealand Scholarship Programme students must meet with their International Student Office (ISO) adviser twice a year for Academic Progress Monitoring.
Additional tutoring can be arranged and funded by the New Zealand Scholarship Programme but it’s not an automatic entitlement.
New Zealand Scholarship Programme students completing a Master’s or PhD research thesis can get a contribution towards some of the costs of their thesis.
Global Eyes is a newsletter for New Zealand Scholarship Programme students and their community.
While you’re studying at Victoria, some of your travel between your home country and New Zealand will be funded by your scholarship.
It’s normal to need help during your studies. There are lots of services at Victoria that can help you, like Student Learning and the Student Health Service.
Add value to your degree by taking part in this extracurricular course. A great way to make new friends and extend your knowledge of New Zealand and the world.
Victoria Plus is the University’s service and leadership development programme. Give back to the local community and gain skills that will impress employers.