Be a citizen or permanent resident of New Zealand, the Cook Islands, Tokelau, Niue, or Australia
Nominated by a secondary school
Aged 17 or above
Students must also meet the entry requirements of the degree for which they have been nominated and have some School and Community Involvement.
References will be required from both the School and Community; Church, Sports clubs or any other group or community organisation nominated by the candidate’s high school counsellor or representative and may include the following.
School student leadership (eg. peer mentoring)
Community service involvement
Applicants will need to provide evidence of their involvement in any activity within or outside of school showing potential leadership/sportsmanship or community involvement skills.
Conditions of Acceptance and Renewal of Chairman's Scholarships
The award of this scholarship is conditional on the student gaining entry to an AIS undergraduate degree programme.
Recipients must be enrolling in a full-time programme of study for three years.
This scholarship may not be held in conjunction with any other fees scholarship
First preference will be given to applicants who are in Year 13 who meet Entry Requirements.
Annual renewal of the scholarships is conditional upon the student attaining a B grade average:
Students will be required to attend regular meetings with the Domestic Marketing Team leader to ensure adequate levels of pastoral care.
The scholarship office has the power to immediately terminate or suspend a scholarship if it receives an unsatisfactory report on the progress of a recipient from the Academic Heads of Programmes. Students will be expected to maintain a B grade average.
Students must make themselves available for Marketing/PR initiatives as required by AIS.
For more information, please contact the Institute website.