Tai Poutini Polytechnic Awards and Scholarships
To go to a specific award or scholarship please select from the list below:
The Cave Creek Student Memorial Fund was established to honour the 13 TPP Outdoor Recreation students who lost their lives when a viewing platform collapsed at Cave Creek on the West Coast on 28 April 1995.
Students enrolling in any full-time outdoor pursuits programme (Certificate in Outdoor Education, Diploma in Outdoor Instruction and Guiding, or the Certificate in Ski Patrol) at Tai Poutini Polytechnic in 2019 are eligible to apply for one of up to 10 academic scholarships. All applicants are required to be New Zealand citizens. The value of the scholarships will vary – in the past few years the amount awarded has been approx. $1,500 each for programme fees or course-related costs and expenses. Applications close on 15 December 2018.
South Westland Community Activities Trust Attendance Assistance Awards
Four awards of up to $800 each will be made to students enrolled, or preparing to enrol, at the Greymouth Campus on a full-time programme of at least 17 weeks duration. The awards are made solely to assist with costs associated in attending a programme of study at the Greymouth Campus.
South Westland Community Activities Trust Entrance Awards
Two awards of up to $1,500 each will be made to students enrolled, or preparing to enrol, at the Greymouth Campus on a full-time programme of at least 17 weeks duration. The awards are made solely to assist with programmes fees or course related costs and expenses and will take the form of a credit/refund against programme fees invoice.
The WC Trades Academy Training Scholarships are sponsored by Tai Poutini Polytechnic (TPP) and provide three awards of $1,000 each to assist Trades Academy students to attend TPP in 2019.
Other Excellence & Class Awards are presented at the various Graduation ceremonies, talk to your Programme Leader for details.