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The Mind Lab offers a range of fees scholarships to assist students with their study. Find out more about the scholarships that are available for you, and how to apply for them.
In addition to the scholarships listed there are also other hardships funds and external opportunities that may be helpful for your learning journey.
Head over to our enrolment platform to sign up, and apply for your scholarship (coming soon).
Each of these scholarships covers 100% of the fees for one of our postgraduate programmes or micro-credentials and will be given on a first in first served basis to those who meet the criteria.
These scholarships can be used for the following programmes:
How do I apply?
You can apply for this scholarships as part of your enrolment process, all you need to do is select the scholarship you are eligible for when it appears as part of your enrolment.
Within 5 days of submitting your application, we will be in touch to let you know the outcome of your application. You will then have 2 weeks to complete your programme enrolment to secure your scholarship funding
Terms & Conditions
We have a scholarship specifically for Māori students who are a registered member of Ngāti Whātua Ōrākei and would like to study towards their postgraduate certificate in Leading Change for Good.
You can apply for one of these scholarships once you have completed your enrolment for Leading Change for Good. Just get in touch with us via email@example.com once you have enrolled.
Studylink may be able to help pay for your study through allowances and loans, they assist in the following ways:
How much you can get depends on your age, income, previous study history and course type.
Learn more about how Studylink works by visiting their website.
Fees Free is targeted at first-time learners. You may be able to get one year’s study or two years’ training fees-free. Check if you are eligible by entering your National Student Number (NSN) on the Fees Free website. It takes less than a minute!
This fund from the Ministry of Education is intended to support those who have been most impacted by Covid-19 to help keep you in study. Support is available to those who are currently enrolled in study.
To help us understand your situation, please use the form below to discuss how Covid-19 has impacted you.
Hardship could include any change of circumstance such as:
Please note that we may require evidence supporting your situation. To make an application fill out the Hardship Fund Application Form.
If you’re a teacher or principal, TeachNZ offers a range of study awards, sabbaticals and study support grants to support you to study on programmes like our Master of Contemporary Education.
Visit the TeachNZ website for more information on application dates and eligibility.
Keep an eye out for our ‘Funding Your Masters’ events on our events page where we get together online and offer advice, tips & tricks to assist you with your applications.
We’ve created this handy template to help you ask your manager or boss for financial assistance when undertaking the Leading Change for Good Postgraduate Certificate.
We’ve created this handy template to help you ask your school for financial assistance when undertaking the Master of Contemporary Education.
Our friendly team has a wealth of knowledge about all of the funding options available, as well as tips and tricks
for applying for study grants and scholarships. Please get in touch and we’ll provide all and any options
that you may be eligible for.