Fund Details
Three Nations Conference Award
Award Amount


This award assists Māori or Pasifika students, or students who are indigenous to states or territories of Australia, whose financial circumstances would otherwise preclude them from undertaking postgraduate study in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology at the University of Canterbury.

Value/Benefits: The current value of the award is $1,000

Level of Study: Postgraduate, Master's, Doctoral

Closing Date: 11:59 pm (NZT) 31 March  (Applications open approximately 8 weeks before this date)

Tenure: One year

Number Available Annually: One

Citizenship/Residency Requirements: Māori and Pasifika students who are indigenous to states or territories of Australia.

For more information please click on the award name above. To read the regulations, click here.


This scholarship was established in 1984, from funds provided by the income from a sum that had been raised from the Three Nations Conference on Development and Underdevelopment in Canada, Australia and New Zealand, held at the University of Canterbury in 1980.

Contact Information:

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Level of Study
  • Postgraduate
  • Masters
  • Doctoral
  • Honours
    • Arts
      Domestic/International Students
      • Domestic
        Subject of Study
        • Anthropology
        • Sociology
          Equity Awards
          • Financial hardship
          • Pasifika students
          • Part-time study
            Award Type
            • Scholarship
              Application Closing Month
              • March
                Begin Accepting Applications Date:
                3 Feb 2023
                Deadline Date (NZT Time Zone):
                31 Mar 2023 11:59 PM