Saturday, 18 September 2010

New Zealand:Sir Neil Isaac Scholarship in Geography/Environmental Science


The Sir Neil Isaac Scholarship was founded in memory of Sir Neil Isaac (1915-1987) who had a lifelong enthusiasm for enhancing relationships between people and the environment. The scholarship was established by the Isaac Wildlife Trust in 1987, and on the Golden Jubilee of the Department of Geography.


The scholarship candidate will be required to undertake geographical research on the relationships between people and the environment as part of a Master's degree (by thesis or thesis and examination) in the Department of Geography at the University of Canterbury.

Amount $12,000, plus research and thesis expenses of $3,000, and tuition fees at the New Zealand domestic rate
Tenure 1 year
Closing Dates 30 Nov 2010

Please note that applications forms are only available from approximately 8 weeks ahead of the closing date. For external scholarships, please refer to details on the External Web Site below.
Regulations isaac.pdf (pdf, 16.5KB)

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