Henry Kelsey Scholarship
The purpose of the scholarship is to provide funds for individuals to undertake research towards a Masters or Doctoral degree at a New Zealand university or research institution, studying muscular function, including - but not limited to - the causes and treatment of muscular dysfunction.
The funds for this scholarship are made available from a bequest from the late Henry Kelsey, a farmer of Whanganui.
- be New Zealand citizens or permanent residents and
- have a Bachelors degree or equivalent, in a field appropriate to their nominated research degree at a New Zealand university.
Value and number awarded
Up to $15,000 per annum for up to two years for Masters study and three years for Doctoral study.
At least one scholarship is offered annually.
How to apply
Read the Regulations.