TeachNZ Science, Technology and Maths (STM) Secondary Scholarships

The 2019 TeachNZ Science, Technology and Maths Secondary Scholarships will reopen on 17 December 2018.

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Note: You do not need to be enrolled in an approved teaching programme when applying for these TeachNZ scholarships.


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The information below applies to the 2019 TeachNZ Science, Technology and Maths Secondary Scholarships.

If you're a graduate, and you want to train to become a secondary teacher in the sciences, technology or maths, this is a scholarship opportunity that could lead to a new, exciting and challenging STM career.

These scholarships will cover core study fees and pay an allowance of up to $10,000. They are for people who will commence their study during the 2019 academic year.

There are a total of 100 scholarships available, made up of:

  • 40 Science scholarships
  • 20 Technology scholarships
  • 40 Mathematics scholarships

You must successfully gain entry into an approved Graduate Diploma/Master of Teaching before you can receive course fee or allowance payments. 

You can find out more about the exciting world of Science, Technology and Mathematics and the opportunities it offers teachers by visiting www.acceleratestem.co.nz.

2018 SCIENCE, TECHNOLOGY AND MATHS SCHOLARSHIPS

Category

Study Type

Number Available

Applications Open

Fees and Allowances

Secondary

Science, Technology and Maths Secondary Scholarships

Full time, *up to one year

Science
40
Technology
20
Mathematics
40

Closed

Course fees paid + $10,000 for one year of study

Eligibility 

Applicants must:

  •  be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
  • be changing career to become a qualified teacher, or have Limited Authority to Teacher
  • have applied to enrol into an approved Graduate Diploma/Master of Secondary Teaching
  • have proficiency in te reo Māori to a level that meets the requirements of the tertiary provider
  • have leadership experience
  • have support from iwi and/or Māori leaders in the community

Need help?

You can learn more about scholarships by reading our Scholarships: Frequently Asked Questions page.

Remember, we're here to help. If you have any questions, you can email us on teachnz.admin@education.govt.nz or call us during business hours on 0800 165 225.

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