Scholarships and Grants

Christian Broadcasting Association

Christian Broadcasting Association (CBA) gives out three $2,500 scholarships to media students every year. The purpose of these scholarships is to encourage and support Christian students studying for a career in mainstream media.  The hope is that in years to come these scholarship recipients will help shape the conversations and stories in New Zealand's mass media. 
Applications close 31 March of each year. Click here to download the information and application forms.

The College of St John the Evangelist


Residential study scholarships
Members of the Anglican Church in New Zealand are invited to apply for study scholarships. The process requires a recommendation from an Anglican Bishop and the Board of Oversight. Applications close in June for the following year of study. Please phone the Bishop's office for more information (09) 302 7201.
Visiting scholarships
These are for one to three months and are available for Anglicans who reside in other provinces within the Anglican Communion. These applications are open to academics, clergy and staff on sabbatical from other institutions for the purpose of writing, study and research. Accommodation and facilities at the college are provided. Details of the application process can be obtained from t.gerritsen@stjohnscollege.ac.nz

Vaughan Park Anglican Retreat Centre

Residential scholarship
Lay or ordained Anglicans are invited to apply to receive two months' full time study, accommodation and meals in a supportive environment. You may choose March-April, June-July or September-October.  The successful applicant will hold a recognised level of tertiary education, be committed to an approved subject of study, and be able to reside at Vaughan Park Centre for the period of the scholarship.  
Scholars, writers and artists
Scholarships available for one month residency in February, May, August and November.  Same conditions as the residential scholarship apply.
Applications for both of these will be to the Scholarship Grants Committee of the Vaughan Park Governance Board. Please include a short biography, abstract, overall context of the study, and two references, along with preferred dates. 
For more information including the criteria for application and scholarship conditions, click here.

Hostel of the Holy Name

A primary consideration for funding decisions is Anglican faith and value-based organisations or projects. There are two funding rounds each year, and closing dates for applications are 31 March and 30 September. One application per organisation.
More information on the Hostel of the Holy Name Trust:
Or email the administrator at hosteloftheholyname@auckanglican.org.nz

Primary & Secondary Education: Dilworth, Kings and Diocesan

Scholarships are available for each of these Anglican schools in Auckland. Please contact each individual school office for more information.
Dilworth School
King's College
Diocesan School for Girls