Scholarships

There are a number of scholarships available to our residents, and they are listed below. For further information about the hall scholarships contact the Principal, Michael Welsh. principal@bishopjulius.org.nz

Churchill Julius Scholarship – $1,500

Awarded to a male resident based on Year 13 academic results and maintaining an academic benchmark throughout the year. Closing date for applications is 14 April.

Fresher Faculty Scholarships – $500

Six scholarships awarded to a student from each of the faculties – Arts, Commerce, Education, Law, Engineering/Forestry, Science. Based on First Semester academic results and involvement in the Hall community.

Warwick Sherwood Scholarship – $1,500

Awarded to a first year resident based on Year 13 academic results and maintaining an academic benchmark throughout
the year. Closing date for applications is 14 April.

Sadie Penny Scholarship – $1,500

Awarded to a female resident based on Year 13 academic results and maintaining an academic benchmark throughout
the year. Closing date for applications is 14 April.

Helen MacMillan Brown Bursaries – $2500

Applications are open to all female students who are resident or intending to reside in a hall or village affiliated with the University during the tenure of the bursary (One year). Up to ten bursaries are available annually.Closing date for applications is 15 August.

For further information, please visit the University’s Scholarships website.

Storry Scholarships

These scholarships are administrated by Anglican Care (the social service arm of the Diocese of Christchurch) and are given to provide educational assistance to gifted young people under the age of 20 who live in Canterbury/Westland that can demonstrate performance at an extremely high level of accomplishment in

intellectual, creative, sporting or other activity compared to other persons of their age.

Individual scholarships can be worth up to $3500 and have been used in the past to assist with funding mission trips, university tuition and accommodation fees, music lessons etc. The deadline for applications is 30 September and more details, including an application form, can be found on the Anglican life website at www.anglicare.org.nz/storry-scholarship or if you would like to discuss the scholarship further with us please contact Denise Munro or Patrick Murray at the Anglican Centre on 03 348 6960.

Deadline for applications is 30 September

The Johanne Lohse Scholarship

These scholarships provide assistance towards the cost of tertiary studies to the daughters of full-time, paid ordained Ministers of the Anglican Church of Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia for assistance with first-degree tertiary study. They may be awarded for any subject.

The scholarships are available for up to three years and amounts are at the discretion of the Trustees. They are available for study anywhere in New Zealand, the United Kingdom, the continent of Europe, or Australia.

“Candidates must be between 17 and 26 years of age at the time of application, and produce evidence of birth and baptism, and have been resident in the New Zealand Anglican Church boundaries for at least 3 years prior. One parent must hold, or have held, a Bishop’s licence as a full-time, paid Ordained Minister in the Anglican Church in Aotearoa, New Zealand and Polynesia.

Application forms can be downloaded from www.anglicanlife.org.nz , by writing to Church Property Trustees Finance Manager, PO Box 4438, Christchurch, 8140 or emailing: cptfinancemanager@anglicanlife.org.nz

Application must be returned by Friday 27 October 2017 to be considered for the 2018 academic year.

Contact: Margaret Bassett, CPT Fianance Manager.
The Church Property Trustees
PO Box 4438
Christchurch 8140