Te Kotahitanga o Te Atiawa Trust is committed to assisting our members to realise their educational aspirations and realise academic success. Our education grants are guided by the Educational Grants policy and the key principles of the policy are:
Te Kotahitanga is offering four types of grants to our members:
To be eligible for a grant, the applicant MUST satisfy the following criteria:
NOTE: If originals are submitted they will be returned ONLY if a self-addressed envelope is included with the application.
For more information and to download the application and If you have any questions please email email@example.com or contact the office at 06 758 4685.
The application form is available to be downloaded online.
An unsuccessful application for an Undergraduate or a Postgraduate grant will automatically be assessed for a Tertiary grant. This does not mean the applicant will be successful for a Tertiary grant, but rather that it will be considered alongside all other Tertiary grant applicants.
It is recommended that you register with Te Atiawa now and consider applying again next year.
A part-time student is eligible to apply for a Tertiary, Undergraduate or Postgraduate grant, but if successful will only receive 50% of the grant value.
A full-time student is equivalent to 1EFTS or 120 credits/points for the year of study
Definition of Full Time: https://www.studylink.govt.nz/about-studylink/glossary/full-time-definition.html
Definition of EFTS: https://www.studylink.govt.nz/about-studylink/glossary/efts.html
A part-time student is a partial EFTS (meaning anything under 1EFTS) and is enrolled with less credits/points (meaning anything under 120 credits/points)
A Recognised Institute is registered with NZQA. Either contact the institution to find out or search for the institution at http://www.nzqa.govt.nz/providers/index.do.
Studylink have examples of acceptable evidence for a bank account https://my.studylink.govt.nz/my/studylink/help/evidence-reqs.html.
No, this information is not used as a criterion to assess grant applications.
Studylink have examples of acceptable evidence for an academic transcript https://my.studylink.govt.nz/my/studylink/help/evidence-reqs.html.
Qualification length is how long your qualification will take (eg, a degree generally takes 3 years) and Qualification progress is how far you are through the qualification (eg, 2nd year)
Correspondence from your institution that you are enrolled, with your name and address eg, Enrolment Letter, Confirmation of Enrolment, Letter from Supervisor, Letter from Principal, Studylink Agreement
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