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Fancy studying abroad for free? New Zealand invites Filipinos to apply for scholarships - Noah Luchansky

Have you ever dreamed of studying abroad?

For FREE?

New Zealand might just be able to give you that.
Speaking to the media in Davao City, New Zealand Ambassador to the Philippines David Strachan has invited Filipino students to apply for scholarships that his country is offering.

Strachan said his country is granting up to 24 post-graduate scholarships to Filipinos annually in the sectors of agri-industries, renewable energies and disaster risk management.

"We would like to get more students from Mindanao including Moro students and Lumad students to apply for these scholarships," he said.

He also divulged that his country has recorded a surge in number of Filipinos going to New Zealand to get an education making it one of the fastest growing student populations in 2015.

"There was an 83 percent increase in the number of Filipino students going down to the courses in New Zealand," he said.

Recent reports rank eight universities in New Zealand as among the best in the world.

"We are also the only country in the world [that] has all of its universities on the top 500 worldwide. So our products [have] quality," said Ben Burrowes, Regional Communications and Strategic Relations Manager in Southeast Asia for Education New Zealand.

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