The Ministry of Education’s Tulī Takes Flight (Tulī) scholarships are now open to receive applications for study or training in 2024.
The Tulī scholarship is a part of the gesture of goodwill and reconciliation to Aotearoa Pacific communities.
The announcement of the Tulī scholarship followed the Government’s 2021 apology for the Dawn Raids that occurred in the 1970s.
The scholarship is intended to support Pacific people to reach their potential by reducing some of the financial barriers towards study or training.
Scholarships are available for both vocational or degree level study and training in Aotearoa.
The scholarships are worth up to $31,000. They are funded by the Ministry of Education and administered by the Pacific Education Foundation.
There are a total of 15 scholarships available, applicants may receive a scholarship for either vocational training, undergraduate, graduate, or post-graduate study (up to and including doctoral level) in 2024.
Learn more about the Tulī Scholarships and how to apply here: Tulī Takes Flight Scholarships.
Applications close at 5pm on Tuesday 7 November.