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Fund your study

Studying at UCOL is an investment into your future. In addition to course fees, you need to budget for living costs, transport and course-related costs, like a uniform. 

To make it easier, we've collated some handy resources to help you fund your study.

The government have announced one year of fees- free tertiary education from 2018 for people new to tertiary study. StudyLink is encouraging prospective students to apply by 16 December 2017 and to provide supporting documents promptly to ensure applications are sorted for the start of the 2018 academic year. To read more about these changes go to the Tertiary Education Commission website.


Scholarships

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Check out the range of scholarships and awards available to UCOL students.

Māori and Pasifika Trades Training

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Fees-free tertiary education for Māori and Pasifika learners aged between 16 and 40.

Youth Guarantee

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Are you between 16 and 19 years old and have left school? UCOL offers a number of scholarships in vocationally focused programmes to help you onto your dream career pathway.

Student loans

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Tools for managing your money and advice on how to graduate with a manageable student loan.

Fees and costs

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UCOL's fees explained - everything from domestic student fees, international student fees, to additional costs and the student services levy.

Financial support

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UCOL has a Hardship Fund available to students suffering an unexpected short-term financial problem.

Work

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Many of UCOL's programmes of study have a work placement component giving you invaluable experience. For paid work, find out how to register with Student Job Search.

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