TESSOL further study awards
Teachers in state and state-integrated schools and Early learning services can apply for a TESSOL (Teaching English in Schools for Speakers of Other Languages) award to study at a graduate or postgraduate level. Applications close on Monday 29 April 2019.
- Eligibility to apply
- What the award covers
- How to apply
- Recipient responsibilities
- Further information
You can apply if you:
- hold a permanent position in a New Zealand state, or state-integrated school or ECE - mainstream teachers, ESOL specialists and senior management are all welcome to apply
- have previously been awarded a Ministry of Education TESSOL scholarship and have successfully completed the funded courses or have completed the equivalent courses through self-funded study.
- are intending to undertake further TESSOL study at one of these institutions - University of Auckland, Waikato Institute of Technology (Wintec), Victoria University of Wellington, Massey University or University of Canterbury.
If you are considering study at another institution contact firstname.lastname@example.org These awards don’t cover CELTA or other privately run TESOL courses.
The study award will contribute to the tuition fees for up to 30 credits - to a maximum of $2000.
The award doesn’t cover student levy, enrolment or textbook fees.
If successful, a payment will be made to the recipient’s school or ECE. If there are additional costs it will be up to the recipient to cover these.
Note: these study awards may not be available on an annual basis. Successful applicants cannot defer their study award.
Applications close on Monday 29 April 2019.
Before applying for a study award, applicants need to check that their chosen course of study is available and that they meet the course enrolment requirements.
Complete and sign the application form [DOCX, 40 KB]
Either return the form to email@example.com or post to: Migrant, Refugee, International Education Private Bag 92644, Symonds Street, Auckland 1150.
Successful applicants will be advised by Monday 13 May 2019.
The recipient will be responsible for:
- enrolling in the course/s and beginning the proposed study within 12 months of the award being granted
- arranging payment (or reimbursement) of the course tuition fees from their school or ECE
- providing a one page report on the impact of the study on the school/ECE and classroom practices to the Migrant, Refugee and International Education Team at the completion of each course (we will provide a template for this report)
- notifying the Migrant, Refugee and International Education Team of any changes in employment as this may affect eligibility
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