Tertiary Education Grant & Tumate Mahuta Memorial GrantTertiary education grants are available to registered iwi members pursuing higher education, whether it is at a university, technical institute, private training entity or waananga.
Te Whakakitenga o Waikato Incorporated (“we” or “us” or “Waikato Tainui”)
Terms and Conditions
Registered Waikato-Tainui tribal member
The tertiary institution and course must be in New Zealand and NZQA accredited.
For under-graduate study (NZQA Levels 1 to 7), up to three years of applications (except for when under-graduate study requires more than three years study at our discretion)
For post-graduate study (NZQA Levels 8 and 9), up to three years of applications (except for when post-graduate study requires more than three years study at our discretion)
A 75% pass rate is required in the previous year you had an application approved. Evidence is required of these academic results.
Completed Koha statement and evidence of completing this
Must reside permanently in New Zealand
Confirmation of enrolment into qualification, level, subject area and tuition fees
Identification provided on file such as birth certificate, driver’s license or passport
Official bank deposit slip (must contain bank logo, account name and number)
Fully completed application form
Only one grant application is available per individual in any financial year period.
If no tuition fees are being charged by the tertiary institute, no grant payment will be made available.
Failure to provide the above information may result in your application being declined. Sole discretion to accept, withdraw or decline a grant application that does not meet criteria rests with us. Decisions are final and no correspondence will be entered into.
Applications are open until 5pm Friday 10 February 2023.