Keystone Property Institute Scholarship
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- What does the scholarship get me?
- Closing dates for applications
- Length of award
- Number of awards offered
- Purpose of award
- Selection criteria
- What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
- How do students apply?
- How and when do students learn of the decision?
- Decision makers
- History or background of award
- Additional information
- For guidelines, application forms and more information about this award contact
What does the scholarship get me?
$5,000 Per annum
Closing dates for applications
Next: 14 August 2020
15 Aug 2019
Length of award
The scholarship value of up to $5,000.00 per annum ($2,500 per semester), 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 Property Institute New Zealand.
Number of awards offered
Purpose of award
The recipient must use the award for study directly associated with the property industry in New Zealand. It is applicable to applicants who are undertaking a property related qualification.
New Zealand citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand
A female student
Have successfully completed at least one year of course work by the end of 2019, studying a property qualification such as
- Bachelor, Masters, PhD of Property
- Bachelor, Masters, PhD or Business Studies
- Bachelor, Masters, PhD of Commerce
- Bachelor of Construction
What conditions are attached to acceptance of this award?
PURSUANT TO THE PRIVACY ACT 1993 THE FOLLOWING IS BROUGHT TO YOUR ATTENTION:
This Application for Keystone Trust Property Institute Property Scholarship collects personal information about you. The information is collected to evaluate your application for the Property Institute Property Scholarship.
The intended recipient of the information is Keystone Trust.
The information is being collected and held by Keystone Trust.
The failure to provide this information prior to 5.00 pm, 15 August 2019, at which time the information you have provided will be used for consideration by the Selection Committee to nominate the recipient of the 2020 Scholarship, may result in your application for this Scholarship being declined
You do have the rights of access to, and correction of, this information subject to the provisions of the Privacy Act 1993.
Successful applicants will be required to accept in writing an offer by the Trustees of the grant of the award upon the following conditions and such other conditions as the Trustees shall consider to be appropriate:
(a) The applicant must continue to meet the eligibility criteria for the award.
(b) The Recipient must not accept any other bursary, scholarship or financial assistance specifically related to the course without the approval of the Trustees provided that this shall not preclude the acceptance of any scholarship or bursary awarded by examination.
(c) The Recipient must make full and continuing disclosure to the Trust of all other sponsors or sources of financial assistance in relation to his or her studies.
(d) The course of study shall not be changed after the award is made without the approval of the Trustees.
(e) The Recipient must agree to make available to the Trust results of all tests and examinations which count for year end results.
(f) The Recipient shall submit written reports on the progress of the course of study at such intervals as the Trustees shall require.
(g) The Recipient must complete his/her course of tuition without interruption. Failure to pass in any year or any decision to defer completion of the course of study or if the course of study is not completed in accordance with the conditions whether in whole or in part, the award shall be forfeited and any amounts advanced shall be refunded upon demand.
(h) All publicity associated with the grant of the award to the Recipient shall be determined by the Trust and the Recipient shall make no announcement in respect of the award without the written approval of the Trust.
(i) Recipient may be required to be present at the Awards Evening of the Trust or to make available appropriate material for presentation.
OBLIGATIONS OF SCHOLARSHIP RECIPIENTS
The following guidelines outline the Trustees’ expectations of Recipients of the Property Institute Scholarship:
(a) The Trust expects the Recipient will familiarise and have a good understanding of both the history and the objectives of the Trust and the Property Institute to enable promotion of the Trust to others as called upon either in an official or unofficial capacity.
(b) The Recipient is to provide to the Trust upon request a short report of results and general progress by the Recipient in his or her course of study at the end of each semester.
(c) The Recipient is to provide to the Trust at the end the Recipient’s course of study in each year:
a comprehensive summary of the Recipient’s results.
a personal review by the Recipient of the year, commenting on the highs and lows and any changes the Recipient is intending to implement in the next academic year (unless last year).
a summary of the Recipient’s goals and plans for the next year, both academic and personal (unless last year).
(d) Recipients of the Keystone Property Institute Scholarship are expected to act as ambassadors for the Trust and the Property Institute and attend events organized by the Keystone Trust throughout their time as a Keystone student.
How do students apply?
Application by form (either downloaded or electronically submitted via the Keystone Trust website)
How and when do students learn of the decision?
Applications open: 31 May 2019
Closing date for applications: 5.00 pm, 15 August 2019
Scholarship interview date: TBC
Scholarships Awards Evening: 24 October 2019
In considering grants of awards the Trustees will be advised by a selection panel comprising representatives of Trustees and representatives from Property Institute New Zealand.
History or background of award
The Property Institute of New Zealand (PINZ) are interested in supporting a student to build a strong foundation for a career in the property industry. PINZ has over 2,000 members in New Zealand and internationally. It was formed to act as a voice for range of different communities of property professionals. These professionals include New Zealand Institute of Valuers (NZIV) members, The Institute of Plant and Machinery Valuers (IPMV) and the Property & Land Economy Institute of New Zealand (PLEINZ).
Our membership is mostly made of Valuers and Registered Valuers, Commercial Property and Facilities Managers, Property Advisors, Consultants, Residential Property Managers and Infrastructure Plant and Machinery Valuers. We have some members with a broad range of interests in the profession such as lawyers, investors and developers
Faculties that are supported by the Property Institute Scholarship
Unitec New Zealand
School of the Built Environment – BConst (PropDev)
The University of Auckland
Dept. of Property – BProp, BProp (Hons), BPDipProp, MProp, PhD
Dept. of Business (Valuation and Property Management) – BBS(VPM), Bachelor of AgriCommerce (RVM), BBS(Hons), Dip.Bus.Admin, MBS, MMgmt(Property), PhD
Dept. of Land Management and Systems – BCom (VPM ), BCom (Ag ), MProp, MCM, PhD
For guidelines, application forms and more information about this award contact
Every effort has been made to ensure the above information is current and correct. However, applicants should contact the appropriate administering body before making an application, as details do change frequently. The administrator of this record last updated this information in May 2020.