From 2004, the New Zealand Scholarship is a New Zealand secondary school award gained at the end of Year 13, and provides financial support for study at a New Zealand university. It is intended for the top students of NCEA Level 3, the main secondary school leaving qualification.
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... All monetary values are in the New Zealand dollar ... The monetary awards are tenable at any New Zealand university, and all except single subject awards last for three years as long as a 'B' average is maintained ... Candidates must gain at least three scholarships to be eligible for the Scholarship, Outstanding and Premier awards ...
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