The New Zealand Methodist Women's Fellowship Annual Friendship Scholarship was established to enable and encourage South Pacific Island girls, resident in New Zealand, to continue with their Secondary Education, thus gaining the higher qualifications which are necessary in today's world.
The students must be Pacific Island students, i.e. Fijian, Samoan, Tongan etc, 16 years of age or more, or in Year 12 or Year 13 ( 6th or 7th Form), who are New Zealand residents, hard-working and currently attending a College or High School in New Zealand.
Students must be associated with a Methodist, Union or Co-operating Parish within the Connexion of the Methodist Church of New Zealand. Students should be held in good standing and repute within the Church.
Scholarship will be awarded each year as funds permit. For the successful students, the money will be paid directly to the College or High School which the student is attending. The money can be used to pay for School Fees, Course Fees, or Books, but NOT Uniforms.
Fully completed Application Forms, References and a copy of the most recent School Report are to be received by the Committee before 20TH NOVEMBER each year, to enable decisions to be made and the money to be available for the following school year.
Students must have New Zealand Residency Status or New Zealand Citizenship.
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