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Scholarships and Awards - Fire Engineering

2016 IFE Study Scholarship

The Institution of Fire Engineers (IFE) New Zealand Branch is offering the opportunity for all current financial members of the IFE to undertake a course of study/research in a Fire Engineering related field.

The scholarship has a budget to cover tuition fees and expenses up to NZ $5,000.

Closing Date: 17 August 2015
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New Zealand Fire Service Commission Scholarships

The New Zealand Fire Service Commission offers scholarships for students undertaking post graduate study in Fire Engineering at the University of Canterbury. The scholarship provides an allowance of $12,000 per year in addition to the course fees. Up to two scholarships are available each year.

At the conclusion of your studies the scholarship also provides employment opportunities with the Fire Service Fire Engineering Unit (subject to position availability).

Application form. (PDF, 271 KB). Completed application forms should be emailed through to Dr Anthony Abu at:
anthony.abu@canterbury.ac.nz

SFPE NZ Chapter Scholarship

The Society of Fire Protection Engineers (SFPE) New Zealand chapter offers a scholarship to support a student currently enrolled full-time in the MEFE programme. The scholarship also includes the possibility of an additional NZ$500 to cover research expenses.
Eligibility: Enrolled full-time in MEFE at University of Canterbury

Value: NZ$2,000
Tenure: 1 year
Closing: 31 September

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Arup Fire Scholarship

Established in 2005 by Arup Fire, a leading international fire safety design company, the purpose of this scholarship is to support a student currently enrolled in the Master's of Engineering in Fire Engineering, MEFE course at the University of Canterbury to undertake fundamental research into fire safety and fire science

Eligibility: Enrolled full-time in MEFE at University of Canterbury
Value: A$3,500
Tenure: 1 year
Closing: 31 July (at Scholarships Office)

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Olsson Fire and Risk Annual Scholarship

Established in 2013 by Olsson Fire and Risk, a leading international fire safety design company predominately based in Australia, the purpose of this scholarship is to support a student wanting to enrol in the either the Master's of Engineering in Fire Engineering, MEFE or the Master’s of Engineering Studies in Fire Engineering, MEngSt(Fire) at the University of Canterbury.

Eligibility: Enrolled in MEFE or MEngSt(Fire) at University of Canterbury
Value: A$2,500
Tenure: 1 year
Closing: 30 Nov

Applicants should apply to enter the programme through the College of Engineering using the standard application form. Once accepted into the programme the applicant can nominate to use the same application form by contacting Dr Michael Spearpoint that they wish to be considered for the scholarship.
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Olsson Fire and Risk Master’s Scholarship

Established in 2013 by Olsson Fire and Risk, a leading international fire safety design company predominately based in Australia, the purpose of this scholarship is to support a student wanting to enrol in the either the Master's of Engineering in Fire Engineering, MEFE or the Master’s of Engineering Studies in Fire Engineering, MEngSt(Fire) at the University of Canterbury. A student wanting to accept this scholarship must sign a bond to work for Olsson Fire and Risk for 2 years after completing the programme.

Eligibility: Enrolled in MEFE or MEngSt(Fire) at University of Canterbury
Value: NZ$15,000 + fees
Tenure: 1 year
Closing: 30 Nov

Applicants should apply to enter the programme through the College of Engineering using the standard application form. Once accepted into the programme the applicant can nominate to use the same application form by contacting Dr Michael Spearpoint that they wish to be considered for the scholarship.
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David B. Gratz scholarship

For graduate students enrolled in fire science or fire engineering programs outside of the United States. Annual award of at least $5,000 (U.S.). For more information visit the NFPA website. Deadline: 1st April

 

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