Scholarships

As well as our traditional Academic Scholarship which is awarded to the prospective student who scores the highest on the CV Gallagher Scholarship examination, for students starting in 2021 there is also the opportunity to gain the “CV Gallagher Creative Shirley Music Scholarship” and the “CV Gallagher Spartan Sport Scholarship”. There are also additional scholarships awarded annually, the details of these can be found below.

Application forms

CV Gallagher Creative Shirley Music Scholarship

CV Gallagher Spartan Sport Scholarship

CV Gallagher Academic Scholarship Registration

2022 Scholarship Winners

2023 Tertiary Scholarship Winners

Connor Robertson

Daniel Powley

UC Hiranga Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Den Otsuki

UC International First Year Scholarship (NZ School Leaver)

Jack Glasgow

Canterbury Rugby Referees Association (CRRA) “Black Fasteners Scholarship”

Jake Beaumont

UC Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship for 2023

Jaydyn Hoeta – Ngāti Tūwharetoa ki Taupō

UC Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship

Jordan Soli – Saleaaumua

UC Takere Scholarship & Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship

Jun Woo Baek

UC Hiranga Scholarship for Academic Excellence

Kien Ngo

UC Hiranga Academic Excellence & UC International First Year Scholarship, NZ School Leaver and UC South East Asia Award

Kieran Sinclair-Lomax

UC Horomata Scholarship

Kyan Kauhou-Soli – Ngāti Maru & Saleaaumua

The UC Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship & UC Takere Scholarship

Latai Tau – Kolonga

The University of Otago Pacific Peoples’ Entrance Scholarship

Myles Gentry – Ngāti Kurī

UC Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship & UC Takere Scholarship 

Te Kaio Cranwell – Ngāi tahu/ Ngāti Apa & Ngāti Tūwharetoa ki Taupō

UC Takere Scholarship

UC Te Kakau a Māui Scholarship

UC Kaitoko Māori Scholarship AND University of Otago Māori Entrance Scholarship

Thomas Hopgood

UC AIMS Scholarship from Kura Pāngarau School of Mathematics and Statistics

UC Hiranga Scholarship

UC Alumni Scholarship

Māpura Bright Start Scholarship

UC Horomata Scholarship

Ryan Gardiner 

Ara Advantage Māori and Pacific Scholarship