Paid Scholarship for Studying English in New Zealand for 6 months
Scholarship to study English in New Zealand for 6 months.
Do you want to travel and study language in New Zealand? SIT University is currently offering free scholarships to study English language in New Zealand.
Study English at SIT and make the world your business!
Southern Institute of Technology builds on the leading English language program by offering unique scholarships that make quality education accessible to all.
The scholarship allows you to study English for up to 26 weeks when you register to study for a year or more in one of their major programmes. SIT’s highly motivated and internationally experienced English teachers run a robust and proven programme.
Scholarship: This scholarship is free
Country: New Zealand.
Scholarship Name: ZEROFEES ENGLISH SCHOLARSHIP
Awarding Body: The Southern Institute of Technology (SIT)
Countries available for submission: United Arab Emirates, Bahrain, Djibouti, Algeria, Egypt, Iraq, Jordan, Comoros, Kuwait, Lebanon, Libya, Morocco, Mauritania, Oman, Palestine, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Sudan, Somalia, Syria, Tunisia , Yemen, and all countries of the world.
Education level: high school, baccalaureate, masters and doctorate
Course duration: 6 months (26 weeks).
Why should you apply for this scholarship?
The English Test Preparation + (Training Scheme) program caters to skill levels from beginner to advanced. Students are also prepared for the IELST & PTE Academic Exam. As an English language certificate recipient, you can use your skills for further study and training in your chosen field, and use English as a ticket to a world-class future.
This scholarship has no upper age limit.
You do not need a language certificate when applying.
The university will cover the fees that include language study for a period of 6 months.
Explanation of how to apply?
Click on the link below
A form will open with you, fill in your information.
Registration form here.
A copy of the academic certificate.
Letter of intent.
All documents are sent to this email: