KEY SCHOLARSHIPS - TERTIARY

The seven Key Scholarships are offered to students currently studying at tertiary level.

 

An invaluable part of these scholarships is the industry connectivity that allows you to grow from the experience of being directly supported and mentored by your Key Scholarship Partner company. Each of these scholarships has their own criteria, please see below for information on our 2019 Key Scholarships.

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The Keystone Leighs Construction Scholarship 2019

Established by Anthony Leighs in 1995, Leighs Construction now has offices in Christchurch, Dunedin and Auckland with an expertise that enables them to deliver construction projects across a number of sectors, including health, education, commercial offices, retail, primary industries, community and government, both at home in New Zealand and overseas.

As well as constructing great buildings, they are strongly committed to playing a role in supporting their wider community and are proud to be working with Keystone Trust as a Key Scholarship Partner and offering this Scholarship to a student looking to pursue a career in the commercial construction industry.

The Recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the construction industry in New Zealand. The qualification sought should fall within a recognised major discipline such as; construction management or engineering. This year we are looking to support a student who is majoring in construction management or in engineering with a particular interest in structural engineering.

The Scholarship value of up to $5,000 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees) will be paid for each year in which the award applies toward fees and course costs and for accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Leighs Construction.

The Keystone Leighs Construction Scholarship 2019 applications are now closed.

Read more about the Leighs Construction Scholarship

ELIGIBILITY

The Scholarship is open to applicants who are New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand and who have successfully completed at least one year of course work in a construction related qualification.

FACULTIES

The University of Auckland
Faculty of Engineering

Unitec
School of the Built Environment

The University of Canterbury
Dept. of Engineering

Massey University
Bachelor of Construction

Ara Institute of Technology
Construction Managment

AUT
School of Engineering

Univeristy of Waikato
Faculty of Science & Engineering

Wellington Institute of Technology
Built Enviroment

VALUE
The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies and is to be used towards fees, course costs and accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Leighs Construction. A summer internship may also be available.

SELECTION PANEL
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Leighs Construction.
Closing date: 5.00pm, 17August2018
Application: By form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be completed by the Applicant on the prescribed form of application, and submitted by 5.00 pm, 17 August 2018 to:

Postal Address:
Keystone Trust
PO Box 142
Shortland Street
Auckland 1140

Courier address:
Keystone Trust
SAP Building
Level 8
151 Queen Street
Auckland 1010

Any enquiries should be made to info@keystonetrust.org.nz or call 09 375 7453.
The Applicant may be invited to attend an interview with the Trust’s selection panel. The selection panel will then make a recommendation to the Trustees as to the successful applicant’s, the amount of the Scholarship and the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

The Trustees will have the sole and unfettered discretion to grant the Scholarship and will determine in their discretion the scholarship to be offered to any successful applicant, and the amount and period of each scholarship, and the terms and conditions applying to each scholarship.

PROGRAMME FOR DETERMINING THE SCHOLARSHIP
Applications open: 1 June2018
Closing date for applications: 5.00pm, 17August2018
Scholarships announced prior to 25 October 2018

The Keystone Bayleys Property Scholarship 2019

One scholarship will be awarded annually, for a period of one year, and will be to the value of up to $5,000. Scholars awarded the scholarship in year 2 of their qualification may be awarded the scholarship for both years 2 and 3.

The Scholarship will be awarded upon the recommendation of a selection committee. The basis of selection will be academic merit as determined by Year 1 Bachelor of Property or Bachelor of Property conjoint results, as well as an obvious contribution to the local community.

Applications for this scholarship are only available online through the University of Auckland website.

The Keystone Bayleys Property Scholarship 2019 is now closed.

The Keystone Barnes Beagley Doherr Quantity Surveying Scholarship 2019

Barnes Beagley Doherr Ltd is a consulting Quantity Surveying company that was established in 2013 by three former Directors of Davis Langdon, who have between them over 90 years of Construction Industry experience. We are a proudly independent New Zealand owned company providing cost management services to the property and construction industry. While we are a young company, we are already well advanced in fulfilling our vision: to be regarded as the pre-eminent expert and consultancy of choice in all market sectors, delivering exceptional Client solutions. Our pursuit of that goal is underpinned by the direct involvement of our Directors on our projects and a strong personal commitment to our Clients and their needs.

The recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the property industry in New Zealand. The qualification sought should fall within a recognised major discipline of quantity surveying. It is applicable to applicants who have successfully completed one year of course work.

The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies toward fees and course costs and for accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for up to two consecutive years as determined by the Trustees and Barnes Beagley Doherr.

 

The Keystone Barnes Beagley Doherr Quantity Surveying Scholarship 2019 applications are now closed.

Read more about the BBD Quantity Surveying Scholarship

APPLICABLE TO
Applicants who will have successfully completed at least one year of course work by the end of 2018 and who have an in interest in a career in Quantity Surveying.

ELIGIBILITY
New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand.

FACULTIES 

  • Unitec – Dept. of Construction Management
  • Massey University – School of the Built Environment

VALUE
The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies and is to be used towards fees, course costs and accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Barnes Beagley Doherr.

SELECTION PANEL
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Barnes Beagley Doherr.

Closing date: 17 August 2018

Application By form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be completed by the Applicant on the prescribed form of application, and submitted by 5.00pm, 17 August 2018 to:

Postal address: Keystone Trust, PO Box 142, Shortland Street,  Auckland 1140

Courier address: Keystone Trust, SAP Building, Level 8, 151 Queen Street, Auckland 1010

Any enquiries should be made to: info@keystonetrust.org.nz or call 09 375 7453.

The Applicant may be invited to attend an interview with the Trust’s selection panel. The selection panel will then make a recommendation to the Trustees as to the successful applicant’s, the amount of the Scholarship and the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

The Trustees will have the sole and unfettered discretion to grant the Scholarship, and will determine in their discretion the scholarship to be offered to any successful applicant, and the amount and period of each scholarship, and the terms and conditions applying to each scholarship.

PROGRAMME FOR DETERMINING THE SCHOLARSHIP

Applications open: 1 June 2018

Closing date for applications: 17 August 2018

Scholarship interview date: 17 September 2018

Scholarships Awards Evening: 25 October 2018

The Keystone Xigo Scholarship 2019

Xigo is a specialist independent project management consultancy with a difference.  It’s all about our clients and what is “Best for Project”.

Providing ongoing learning and challenge is a core value of Xigo who believe it is also a major factor in having a healthy property industry, one that can continue to attract and retain talented and motivated people. A healthy property industry then contributes to the economic and social well being of society at large.

The recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the property industry in New Zealand. The qualification sought should fall within a recognised major discipline such as;  architecture, engineering, valuation, quantity surveying, property management, construction management or urban planning.  It is applicable to applicants who have successfully completed at least one year of course work.

The Scholarship value of up to $5,000 per annum (as determined by the Trustees) will be paid for each year in which the award applies toward fees and course costs and for accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for three semesters as determined by the Trustees and Xigo.

The Keystone Xigo Property Scholarship 2019 applications are now closed.

Read more about the Xigo Scholarship

 

APPLICABLE TO
Applicants who are undertaking a property related qualification.

ELIGIBILITY
New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand.

FACULTIES 

The University of Auckland
School of Architecture
Dept. of Property
Faculty of Engineering
School of Environment (Environmental Science)

Unitec
School of the Built Environment

Victoria University of Wellington
Faculty of Architecture/Design

The University of Canterbury
Dept. of Civil Engineering
Department of Science (Environmental Science)

Massey University
Dept. of Engineering (Construction Management)
Dept. of Business (Valuation and Property Management)

AUT
School of Engineering

University of Waikato
Faculty of Science & Engineering

VALUE
The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies and is to be used towards fees, course costs and accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Xigo.

SELECTION PANEL
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Xigo.

Closing date: 17 August 2018

Application By form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be completed by the Applicant on the prescribed form of application, and submitted by 5.00pm, 17 August 2018 to:

Postal address: Keystone Trust, PO Box 142, Shortland Street,  Auckland 1140

Courier address: Keystone Trust, SAP Building, Level 8, 151 Queen Street, Auckland 1010

Any enquiries should be made to:  info@keystonetrust.org.nz or call 09 375 7453.

The Applicant may be invited to attend an interview with the Trust’s selection panel. The selection panel will then make a recommendation to the Trustees as to the successful applicant’s, the amount of the Scholarship and the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

The Trustees will have the sole and unfettered discretion to grant the Scholarship, and will determine in their discretion the scholarship to be offered to any successful applicant, and the amount and period of each scholarship, and the terms and conditions applying to each scholarship.

PROGRAMME FOR DETERMINING THE SCHOLARSHIP

Applications open:  1 June 2018

Closing date for applications: 17 August 2018

Scholarship interviews: 20 September 2018

Scholarships Awards Evening: 25 October 2018

The Keystone Alf Russell Property & Construction Scholarship 2019

The Russell Group is a family owned and run group of companies that provide services and products across all sectors of the property and construction industry.

The scholarship has been established to recognise the life and contribution of Russell Group founder Alf Russell, who died in 2011, having dedicated more than 50 years to the construction industry.

The recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the property industry in New Zealand. The qualification sought should fall within a recognised major discipline such as;  architecture, engineering, valuation, quantity surveying, property management, construction management or urban planning. It is applicable to applicants who are undertaking a property and construction related qualification.

The Scholarship value of up to $5,000 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees) will be paid for each year in which the award applies toward fees and course costs and for accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for three semesters as determined by the Trustees and Russell Group.

The Keystone Alf Russell Property & Construction Scholarship 2019 applications are now closed.

Read more about the Alf Russell Property & Construction Scholarship

APPLICABLE TO
Applicants who are undertaking a construction or property related qualification.

ELIGIBILITY
New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand.

FACULTIES 

The University of Auckland
School of Architecture
Dept. of Property
Faculty of Engineering

Unitec
School of the Built Environment

Victoria University of Wellington
Faculty of Architecture/Design

The University of Canterbury
Dept. of Civil Engineering

Massey University
Dept. of Engineering (Construction Management)
Dept. of Business (Valuation and Property Management)

AUT
School of Engineering

Lincoln University
Dept. of Land Management and Systems

University of Waikato
Faculty of Science & Engineering

Ara (Institute of Canterbury)
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Construction Management
Faculty of Architecture

VALUE
Two scholarships may be awarded by Russell Group to the value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies and is to be used towards fees, course costs and accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and the Russell Group.

SELECTION PANEL
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Russell Group.

Closing date: 17 August 2018

Application By form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be completed by the Applicant on the prescribed form of application, and submitted by 5.00pm, 17 August 2018 to:

Postal address: Keystone Trust, PO Box 142, Shortland Street,  Auckland 1140

Courier address: Keystone Trust, SAP Building, Level 8, 151 Queen Street, Auckland 1010

Any enquiries should be made to:  info@keystonetrust.org.nz or call 09 375 7453.

The Applicant may be invited to attend an interview with the Trust’s selection panel. The selection panel will then make a recommendation to the Trustees as to the successful applicant’s, the amount of the Scholarship and the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

The Trustees will have the sole and unfettered discretion to grant the Scholarship, and will determine in their discretion the scholarship to be offered to any successful applicant, and the amount and period of each scholarship, and the terms and conditions applying to each scholarship.

PROGRAMME FOR DETERMINING THE SCHOLARSHIP

Applications open: 1 June 2018

Closing date for applications: 17 August 2018

Scholarship interviews: TBC

Scholarship Awards Evening: 25 October 2018

The Keystone Waide Construction Scholarship 2019

With a thirst for innovation and pride in their people, Waide Construction specialise in the commercial, industrial, and community construction sectors. They have operations based across both the Auckland and Waikato/BOP regions and offer a nimble, responsive, and personalised approach to all their projects. They strive to exceed client expectations by finding better and more efficient ways to build.

Their people are their biggest asset, and with a handpicked team of outstanding construction professionals, they offer an integrated approach to building and construction; which means a superior project delivery through higher levels of quality control and effective project/cost management.

The Recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the property or construction industries in New Zealand. The qualification sought should fall within a recognised major discipline such as; architecture, engineering, valuation, quantity surveying, property management, construction management or urban planning. It is applicable to applicants who have successfully completed at least one year of course work.

The Scholarship value of up to $5,000 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees) will be paid for each year in which the award applies toward fees and course costs and for accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Waide Construction.

The Keystone Waide Construction Scholarship 2019 applications are now closed.

Read more about the Waide Construction Scholarship

APPLICABLE TO
Applicants who are undertaking a construction or property related qualification.

ELIGIBILITY
New Zealand citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand.

FACULTIES
The University of Auckland
Faculty of Engineering

Unitec
School of the Built Environment

The University of Canterbury
Dept. of Civil Engineering

Massey University
Dept. of Engineering (Construction Management)

AUT
School of Engineering

University of Waikato
Faculty of Science & Engineering

Ara (Institute of Canterbury)
Faculty of Engineering
Faculty of Construction Management

VALUE
The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester) (as determined by the Trustees), will be paid for each year in which the award applies and is to be used towards fees, course costs and accommodation as each term commences. The scholarship is available for two semesters as determined by the Trustees and Waide Construction.

SELECTION PANEL
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Waide Construction.

Closing date: 17 August 2018

Application By form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)

APPLICATION PROCEDURE
Applications must be completed by the Applicant on the prescribed form of application, and submitted by 5.00pm, 17 August 2018 to:

Postal address: Keystone Trust, PO Box 142, Shortland Street,  Auckland 1140

Courier address: Keystone Trust, SAP Building, Level 8, 151 Queen Street, Auckland 1010

Any enquiries should be made to:  info@keystonetrust.org.nz or call 09 375 7453.

The Applicant may be invited to attend an interview with the Trust’s selection panel. The selection panel will then make a recommendation to the Trustees as to the successful applicant(s), the amount of the Scholarship and the terms and conditions of the Scholarship.

The Trustees will have the sole and unfettered discretion to grant the Scholarship, and will determine in their discretion the scholarship to be offered to any successful applicant, and the amount and period of each scholarship, and the terms and conditions applying to each scholarship.

PROGRAMME FOR DETERMINING THE SCHOLARSHIP

Applications open:  1 June 2018

Closing date for applications: 17 August 2018

Scholarship Interviews: 18 September 2018

Scholarship Awards Evening: 25 October 2018

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