Advanced Learning Scholarship Application
Including the JOHN and BETTY ROSE Scholarship

The Advanced Learning Scholarship is a Grant to post secondary students who are attending a recognised New Zealand tertiary institution.

Each year Deaf Children New Zealand grants up to two (2) Scholarships.
Email address *
Area Covered
This is a national scholarship; students may come from any part of New Zealand and may attend any recognised tertiary institution in New Zealand.

Applicants must be New Zealand residents.
The Applicant must be Deaf or Hard of Hearing. Proof of hearing level must be included with this application. Proof of hearing level may be a copy of an audiogram, a letter from an Audiologist, or Doctor confirming permanent hearing loss

The Applicant must provide proof of registration to a recognised New Zealand tertiary institution.

The Applicant must include contact details of two referees’.

A photo of the Applicant is to be attached to the application.

The Applicant or his/her/their parents must be financial members of a Regional Parent Group or may apply to become an associate member of Deaf Children NZ in accordance with our constitution.
Successful Applicant’s Responsibilities
The Successful Applicant will provide Deaf Children NZ with a minimum of two progress reports during the scholarship year.

The Final report will include an official end of year report showing the applicants results.

The Successful Applicant will provide a copy of an official end of year report showing their examination results.

The Successful Applicant will provide a report showing how the scholarship was used. (Failure to provide these reports will work against the Successful Applicant receiving any further support from Deaf Children NZ).
Deaf Children NZ's Executive Committee will select the scholarship winners, forwarding their confirmation letter/s and award within 30 days of the award decision/s.
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