Carey Baptist College provides access to a number of scholarships and funds for students studying in New Zealand. All are annual unless otherwise stated. Scholarship award decisions will be made on the basis of a completed application or nomination by the Carey Scholarships Sub-Committee. Completing an application does not guarantee you will receive a scholarship. Decisions regarding the awarding of scholarships are affected by available funds, quality of applications and number of applicants in a given year.
Applications for the year of study must be received by 1 July.
Carey encourages you to apply for all scholarships that you are eligible for. Please familiarise yourself with their purpose and scope by reading through the descriptions below, then apply (see below for instructions).
Masters of Applied Theology Scholarship:
Awarded to Master of Applied Theology students on the basis of academic achievement and identified research areas of significant or special interest to Carey. Information
Academic Women’s Scholarship:
Awarded to women students on the basis of potential to contribute to mission and ministry, potential to succeed academically, and demonstrated financial hardship. Information
Chinese Programme Scholarships:
Awarded to students enrolled in the Chinese Programme on the basis of potential to contribute to mission and ministry, potential to succeed academically, and demonstrated financial hardship. Information
Maori and Pasifika Scholarships:
Awarded to Maori and Pasifika students on the basis of potential to contribute to mission and ministry, potential to succeed academically, and demonstrated financial hardship. Information
The Tab Trust Pioneer Ministry Scholarship:
Awarded to students enrolled in a Carey programme of study and either the Diploma of Pastoral Leadership or the Diploma of Intercultural Practice, specialising in Pioneer Leadership. Information
Stewart Memorial Trust Scholarship:
Awarded to students enrolled in the Bachelor of Applied Theology programme on the basis of academic potential and contribution to mission and ministry. Priority may be given to those serving within the Open Brethren Churches of New Zealand but it is not a pre-requisite. Information
How to Apply
1. Fill in the Scholarship Form
2. If you are applying for the Maori and Pasifika Scholarship fill in the Scholarship Support Form
3. Send completed forms stipulating what Scholarship you are applying for to email@example.com
Deadline: 1st July 2017