The scholarship is awarded on the basis of academic excellence, leadership potential, and community citizenship. Hannah’s a local volunteer and young leader in the music community. She plays four instruments and still managed to achieve top grades at school.
Hannah’s starting a Bachelor of Computing and Mathematical Sciences this week and is part of the University’s Te Ara ki Angitū: Pathways to Excellence programme. Established in 2015, this initiative gives regional students better access to tertiary study through subsidised daily bus services, access to fees scholarships, mentoring and learning support.
Hannah will be living in Bryant Hall, one of the Halls of Residence on the Hamilton campus, and says having access to the bus service is a bonus.
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