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  1. Pūtea Tautoko Updated Pūtea Tautoko is a support fund for students facing serious financial hardship as a result of the COVID-19 situation. Applications are now open via the My finances section of a student's eVision... Staff login required Last updated: 02/10/2020
  2. Passing all papers to be eligible for fees-free As long as you meet the eligibility criteria, you won't be required to pay tuition fees in your first year, even if you fail one or more papers. FeesFree.govt.nz FAQs Staff login required Last updated: 22/04/2020
  3. Permanent residence/citizenship - effect on tuition fees International students who are granted New Zealand residency or citizenship while enrolled may be eligible to pay domestic fees for the current and subsequent years, depending on the date of the... Staff login required Last updated: 10/08/2020
  4. Fees for PhD study The majority of PhD candidates, both international and domestic, pay domestic fees for PhD study. However if you are an international student, to qualify for domestic fees you must reside in New... Staff login required Last updated: 21/07/2020
  5. What "fees-free" covers Fees-free covers tuition fees and student services fees up to $12,000 (which should be sufficient to cover the fees for all Otago first years who qualify). Fees-free study doesn't cover other types... Staff login required Last updated: 21/04/2020
  6. StudyLink loans/allowances for Summer School Updated One 18 point paper (0.15 EFTS) at Summer School is regarded by StudyLink as a full-time course for loans and allowances purposes (excluding the one week exam period). However not all papers are 18... Staff login required Last updated: 21/09/2020
  7. Eligibility for fees-free as a NZ permanent resident, Australian citizen, or Australian permanent resident You will need to have lived in New Zealand for at least three years prior to commencing your studies to be eligible for fees-free study. To find out whether or not you're eligible, go the Fees-Free... Staff login required Last updated: 21/04/2020
  8. Scholarships for first-year students The University offers a number of Entrance scholarships which can help pay for university study or residential accommodation expenses. Entrance scholarships are available for full time, first year... Staff login required Last updated: 20/08/2020
  9. Limited Full-time Status Updated If you are a part-time student and a finalist (graduating this year), you can apply to StudyLink to be treated as full-time for the purposes of student loans and allowances. This is termed "Limited... Staff login required Last updated: 19/10/2020
  10. Paying tuition fees Domestic students Payment can be made by Government student loan (StudyLink), EFTPOS, or internet banking. Tuition fees cannot be paid by instalment. Students at the Dunedin campus can pay their... Staff login required Last updated: 21/07/2020