Ministry of Fisheries/NIWA Postgraduate Scholarships in Quantitative Fisheries Science. Scholarships available: PhD – up to $30,000 p /a for up to three years Masters – up to $25,000 p /a for up to two years.
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Ministry of Fisheries/NIWA Postgraduate Scholarships in Quantitative Fisheries Science
PhD– up to $30,000 p/a for up to
Masters – up to $25,000 p/a for
up to two years
In collaboration with NIWA, the Ministry of Fisheries is offering postgraduate scholarships for Masters or PhD students in the field of quantitative fisheries science, particularly stock assessment modelling.
Applicants with majors or minors in mathematics, statistics, or biology are encouraged to apply. Applicants with a strong quantitative background will be favoured. The number of scholarships available is dependent on the suitability of applicants.
Postgraduate scholarship applications for the 2012 academic year close 20 September 2011
Ministry of Fisheries Undergraduate Scholarships in Quantitative Marine Biology
The Ministry of Fisheries is offering undergraduate scholarships for students interested in a double major in mathematics or statistics combined with biology or marine biology.
Applicants enrolled in a minimum of 1 statistics or mathematics course in 2nd year, and 2 statistics or mathematics courses, as well as a marine biology course in 3rd year are eligible and encouraged to apply. Applicants with a strong quantitative background will be favoured.
Scholarships are awarded as $5000
to support the final year of undergraduate study.
Undergraduate scholarship applications for the 2012 academic year close 30 November 2011
For further information about these scholarships please contact
Rich Ford at the Ministry of Fisheries.
Email: [email protected] or phone: (04) 819-4664