The Resource Management Law Association says applications for its post-graduate scholarships are now open, and applications are invited.
The scholarships programme provides an annual funding pool of $15,000 to encourage graduate students studying law, planning, engineering, geography, science, landscape architecture, urban planning and resource management, to focus their research theses or dissertations on topics related to the application of resource management in New Zealand.
The scholarships - worth up to $5,000 each - are open to any graduate student in a university (New Zealand or overseas) who is registered for a Masters degree (including an undergraduate Honours degree involving advanced levels of research and study at Masters degree level).
All scholarship winners will also see their thesis published in RMLA's Resource Management Journal.
Applications are required before 1 September 2016 and should be made on the RMLA Scholarship Application.