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Two tourism students heading towards their final year of tertiary study have been picked for the 2022 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Tourism Academic Scholarship.
Business Events Industry Aotearoa has partnered with US-based Professional Conference Management Association to award new scholarships worth US$895.
The winners of the New Zealand Hotel Industry Scholarships have been announced.
Victoria University’s Rochelle Tait receives one of the 2020 Tourism Industry NZ Trust Academic scholarships.
Applications have opened for a new scholarship for students entering their final year of study towards a career in hotel management.
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Quinton Hall, Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s Kaihautū or chief executive, is one of eight New Zealand business leaders to have received a 2018 Prime Minister’s Business Scholarship.
Te Papa has teamed up with Victoria University of Wellington’s Museum and Heritage Studies department to launch two scholarships in honour of its founders.
AUT student Heaven-Lee Kaka has won Ngāi Tahu Tourism’s 2019 Te Pia Tāpoi Scholarship.
Students heading into their final year of tourism study are the target of this year’s $4,000 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust Academic Scholarships round.
Three Kiwi school-leavers planning a career in tourism each got a $2500 financial boost today as the recipients of the 2018 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Academic Scholarships.
One lucky Queenstown student has been granted a scholarship to give her the ultimate kickstart in New Zealand’s booming tourism industry.
The winners of Hospitality NZ/SKY Future Leader Scholarships have been announced.
Ngāi Tahu Tourism is looking for Ngāi Tahu students to apply for its Te Pia Tāpoi scholarship.
Two Queenstown businesses have joined forces with their local high school to offer a student a scholarship to kickstart their global tourism career.
Three South Island students were the recipients of the 2017 Tourism Industry New Zealand Trust (TINZT) Academic Scholarships.