Lincoln University Cricket Scholarship
History of award
Established in 1998 by Lincoln University in conjunction with the Canterbury Cricket Association.
The programme combines academic study at Lincoln University with the extension and development of athletic and sporting abilities. Cricket skills are provided by the Canterbury Cricket Association.
• NZ citizen or permanent resident
• New or current students may apply.
• Applicants must have gained NCEA Level Three Certificate, including University Entrance, (or an equivalent entrance qualification) and be eligible to enter university by February of the year following their application. Applicants will also be considered from students who are currently enrolled in alternative study programmes..
• Must have played for a secondary school First XI cricket team or be an age-group representative player.
Number of awards
Up to 15 per year
Tuition fees plus access to the Canterbury Cricket Association's development programme
Minimum time taken to complete full time course chosen.
31 August 2020
31 August 2021
How do students apply?
Further information available from
Canterbury Cricket Association www.canterburycricket.org.nz
Scholars will also have access to the Canterbury Cricket Associations development programme.
Selection panel comprising of the Vice-Chancellor, Convenor of the Scholarships Committee, Executive Director of the Canterbury Cricket Association.
Applicants notified within one month of closing date.
Conditions of acceptance
Scholars must maintain satisfactory academic and sporting progress.
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Phone: (+64 3 3252 811 ext 8748 or 8582 Fax: +64 3 325 3840