Scholarships - Terms and Conditions

  • All scholarships are available for students applying to Tamesa to a new programme of study (i.e not returning to a second or third year). I.e if a student has studied with Tamesa before, and is enrolling in a new programme of study, they can apply for another scholarship.
  • Scholarships cannot be transferred from one programme to another
  • Scholarships are discounts off course fees and cannot be redeemed for cash
  • Scholarships are only available to New Zealand citizens or permanent residents (unless otherwise stated in eligibility criteria)
  • If a scholarship recipient does not pass/complete a course of study, scholarship funds cannot be used to pay for a resit/repeat.
  • Part time scholarships will cover Year 1 courses for the selected programme of study.
  • Courses covered by each scholarship are to be confirmed in writing at the time the scholarship is awarded.
  • If a student is awarded a full time scholarship, but choses to change to part time during the year, Tamesa reserves the right to end the scholarship arrangement. However, this will be decided on a case-by case basis.
  • If a student has already completed one or two courses as part of foundation before they join the programme the scholarship is for, the scholarship will cover the remainder of the first year papers.
  • All scholarships are available across all Tamesa regional locations where applicable programmes are offered. A number of scholarships are allocated specifically to be awarded to students in the South Canterbury region.
  • Applicants may be required to attend an interview
  • Recipients of scholarships are asked to give permission for their name and photo to be used in promotion of scholarships.
  • Applicants must meet the entry requirements for the programme the scholarship is associated with, and scholarships are not confirmed until a student has been offered a place and accepted into a programme of study.
  • Scholarships are for full time students unless stated otherwise.
  • If a successful applicant changes study location before the commencement of their programme, the Scholarships Approval Panel have the right to withdraw the scholarship and re-distribute it to an applicant in the campus location it was allocated for. If a successful applicant changes study location after the programme of study has commenced, the scholarship will follow the student.
  • Applicants can apply for multiple scholarships, however only one achievement-based Tamesa scholarship can be awarded per student per year (specialist centre scholarship). A maximum of two scholarships can be awarded to any one applicant in one year. If an applicant is eligible for more than one scholarship, and deemed successful in the scholarships approval process, the Scholarships Approval Panel will award the highest value scholarship/s that the applicant is successful for.
  • Decisions made by the Scholarships Approval Panel are final, however applicants are able to request feedback on unsuccessful applications if desired.
  • Students are required to cover course-related costs unless otherwise stated.
  • Only 100% fee reductions include student levies, all other scholarships are a % of tuition only.
  • Scholarships are not available to Tamesa staff and/or their immediate family members if they are eligible for the staff discount.
  • Scholarships are not available to Tamesa staff and/or their immediate family members for high-demand programmes that aren’t eligible for the staff discount.
  • Scholarship recipients may be required to pass courses undertaken to continue to receive scholarship funding.
  • Students eligible for the Government’s fees-free scheme are not eligible for a scholarship during the year of their fees-free study.
  • Lifelong Learning scholarships are available to students studying through the Centre for Assessment of Prior Learning (CAPL) and students utilising Recognition of Prior Learning (RPL) to gain their qualification.

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