Wellington College, the oldest independent university in New Zealand, has increased its $1,400,000 funding to help students pay for their courses.
The Wellington Fund, launched in 2014, provides up to $2,500 to Wellington College students for up to two years.
The fund will be used to help cover tuition, fees and fees for Wellington College courses.
Wellington College said it was “delighted” the Wellington College fund was a key part of the funding that was announced today for students in Wellington.
Wellington is home to about 4,000 students and is part of New Zealand’s tertiary sector.
“We’re proud that Wellington College has been selected to be a key partner for this new initiative,” said Wellington College’s chief executive officer, Paul Jones.
The Wellington fund will not be used for tuition fees or for student fees. “
Our students will benefit from the investment and are excited about the future.”
The Wellington fund will not be used for tuition fees or for student fees.
The money will be matched by the Wellington Colleges Foundation, which will receive up to 25 per cent of Wellington College fees.
Wellington Colleges said Wellington college students will be able to choose a maximum of two Wellington College scholarships.
The school said the fund will provide a “safe place to start”.
Wellington College will be investing $1 million to support students who need to get a degree and to support them to study in Wellington, the university said.
Wellington students are eligible for up of $500 for tuition, up to 10 per cent tuition fees for full-time students and up to 5 per cent fees for part-time and post-graduate students.
Wellington colleges has been a beneficiary of federal support from the New Zealand Student Loans Fund, which was established to support Wellington College graduates.
The university said Wellington colleges students will receive an extra $3,200 in government support if they choose Wellington College as their primary university.
The extra money will cover tuition fees and non-tuition fees for students at Wellington colleges.
Wellington college has already been given $1 billion to build and modernise its facilities and support students.
The state government has allocated $500 million to Wellington colleges, with another $1m earmarked for the school to improve its facilities.
Wellington’s tuition fees were announced last month by the Government, but the government is also looking at increasing funding to support more Wellington colleges to keep up with the growing demand.