Deadline: 11 October 2017
The Norman Kirk Memorial Trust (NKMT) is inviting applicants from New Zealand and the South Pacific Countries for its grant program to promote the welfare and progress of the people of New Zealand and the South Pacific, especially those who have the capacity to benefit from further education, study or training, but who need financial assistance in realising their potential.
The NKMT awards scholarships and grants to people and organisations in New Zealand and in South Pacific countries and seeks to help
- disadvantaged people who are committed to taking advantage of ‘second chance’ education or training
- people seeking a qualification or training which will enable them to make a greater contribution in the community
The Norman Kirk Memorial Trust (NKMT) was established in 1976 to commemorate the life of the late Rt Hon Norman Kirk, Prime Minister of New Zealand from 1972 to 1974. The Trust’s capital comes from donations made in Norman Kirk’s memory by individuals and the governments of New Zealand, Australia and several South Pacific nations.
- People in New Zealand and South Pacific countries are eligible to apply.
- The Trust provides scholarships and grant funding through partnership arrangements with some schools, universities and training centres in New Zealand and the South Pacific.
How to Apply
Applications must be submitted online via given website.
For more information, please visit Norman Kirk Memorial Trust.