Ngai Tahu Grants: Beca Scholarship, Kā Pūtea Grant Kā Pūtea – Proof of Engagement Grant, Kā Pūtea Scholarship
Ngai Tahu Grants
Ngāi Tahu, or Kāi Tahu, is the principal Māori iwi (community) of the South Island of New Zealand. Its takiwā (tribal area) is the major in New Zealand, and encompasses from White Bluffs / Te Parinui o Whiti (southeast of Blenheim), Mount Mahanga and Kahurangi Point in the north to Stewart Island in the south. The takiwā includes 18 rūnanga (governance areas) equivalent to traditional settlements.
Some definitions of Ngāi Tahu comprise the Waitaha and Kāti Māmoe tribes who lived in the South Island prior to the arrival of Ngāi Tāhu. The five primary hapū (sub-tribes) of the three tribes are Kāti Kurī, Ngāti Irakehu, Kāti Huirapa, Ngāi Tūāhuriri and Ngāi Te Ruakihikihi.
Ngai Tahu Grants & Scholarships
Ngai Tahu Grants inspire you to apply for all chances provided by them, if you think you are qualified for. You can check out the listed grants and scholarships suitable for yourself. We are going to provide these scholarships and grants to help you and support you.
If you are going to apply any of the listed scholarships and grants you will need your six-digit whakapapa number and your password is your 4 digit PIN. If you’re unsure of either please call 0800 KAI TAHU (0800 524 8248) or follow this link to find your registration number.
Kā Pūtea Grant
Kā Pūtea – Proof of Engagement Grant
Kā Pūtea Scholarship
Applications Deadline: close Sunday 5 April 2020.
Beca Scholarships are for Ngāi Tahu tertiary students who are studying year 2 or outside in an environmental discipline. They are looking such students who are highly motivated and interested to make their lives successful in this field. Students who are highly excited and interested can apply for this Beca Scholarships. Are you ready?
Find out further information about our Beca Tertiary Education Scholarships.
If you are not sure about your eligibility, you can talk here: Email firstname.lastname@example.org
Kā Pūtea Grant
Kā Pūtea Grant applications deadline: 31 October 2020.
Kā Pūtea Grants are accessible to all listed Ngāi Tahu registered in NZQA Tertiary level study or an international equivalent.
Each student is qualified to receive one grant per calendar year. Students are eligible for seven grants throughout their study lifetime.
$250.00 for your first year (full-time study)
$500.00 for every subsequent year (full-time study)
Find the more details about their Kā Pūtea Grant.
If you are not sure about it’s eligibility, you can talk here
Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant
Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant applications deadline : Close on the 31 October 2020.
The Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant are offered to all listed Ngāi Tahu registered in NZQA Tertiary level study or an international equivalent.
Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grants are obtainable through learning, joining and engaging with Ngāi Tahutanga.
There are three cultural levels that students may apply for and selection of which level to meet is usually determined by the year of tertiary education you are registered in with the goal of developing your Ngāi Tahutanga journey.
Check out more about our Kā Pūtea Proof of Engagement Grant.
If you are not sure about it’s eligibility, you can talk now here
Kā Pūtea Scholarships
Kā Pūtea Scholarships deadline: Close on the 30th of April 2020.
The Kā Pūtea Scholarships are accessible to all listed Ngāi Tahu iwi memberships who are now registered in NZQA Tertiary level education or International equivalent.
Check out more about our Kā Pūtea Scholarships.
If you are not sure if you’re eligible? That’s OK! Let’s talk.
Check out this official website for more information in details.