$2,000 to $2,500 (subject to funds available)
One Year (with a possible extension for a second year).
15 September 2018
15 September 2019
The Laurie Cameron Scholarship was established in 2006 in memory of the late Laurie Cameron C.B.E., Q.S.M., by his family. Laurie Cameron was a long-time and committed member of the Board of the Institute of Policy Studies at Victoria University, which he chaired for several years. He was especially concerned to ensure private sector engagement with issues of governance, and to promote understanding of the ethical basis of behaviour in both the public and private sectors.
The Scholarship will be awarded to a student who is undertaking research, or about to undertake research, at Victoria University on the interactions and relationship between the public and private sectors in the area of policy and management.
The Scholarship will be awarded to a student who is undertaking research on the interactions and relationship between the public and private sectors in the area of policy and management, either in Victoria University’s School of Government in one of the School’s Post-experience programmes (Masters of Public Management, Masters of Public Policy, Masters of Strategic Studies), or a student undertaking a Masters of Commerce and Administration, or a Masters of Arts. Students undertaking a PhD in the area of public/private sector relations in policy and management are also eligible.The Scholarship is open to students who are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents, and international students.The Scholarship may be held in conjunction with one or more other Scholarships.
On the application form that can be downloaded or from the Scholarships Office.
Applications should be forwarded by 4.30pm on closing date to:
The Scholarships Office
Office of Research and Postgraduate Study
Victoria University of Wellington
P.O. Box 600
The School of Government
Selection will be made by a panel that includes the Head of the School of Government (or their nominee) and a representative of the University Scholarships Committee and will based on academic merit, a written application and proposal, and an interview if feasible.
The Victoria University Foundation will expect recipients to write a letter of thanks to the donor on receipt of the award and an end of year progress report.
Scholarship is specific to Victoria Iniversity of Wellington.Dossier de candidature