Robin Oliver Tax Policy Scholarship at University of Auckland, New Zealand

Woman Shot In The Face During Armed Robbery In São Miguel

BRAZIL – A 23-year-old woman was shot in the face during an armed robbery at a clothing store in São Miguel.

According to reports, the suspect entered the establishment and announced the robbery. Renata Ranyelle Almeida was the closest to the main entrance when the suspect barged in. He orders her behind the counter and demands the contents from the cash register.

He then shoots her point blank in the face and flees on a motorcycle, regardless of her cooperation. 

Renata was transported to a nearby hospital where she remains in intensive care unit, battling for her life.

The suspect has yet to be apprehended by police.

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Applications are invited for Robin Oliver Tax Policy Scholarship at University of Auckland for the 2020/21 academic year.

The intention of The grant is to encourage and support a student to undertake postgraduate study in the area of tax law at the university .Advertisements


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Valuable opportunity to study at New Zealand.


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As the largest and highest-ranked university in New Zealand, the University of Auckland was founded in 1883. The motto of the university is ‘Ingenio et Labour’ which can be translated from Latin as “natural ability and hard work”.

Why at the University of Auckland? The UA provides a range of accommodation options for students and has six campuses. It also conducts teaching and learning within eight faculties, two large-scale research institutes, and other institutes and centers.

Application Deadline: February 20, 2020

Brief Description

University or Organization: University of Auckland
Department: NA
Course Level: Postgraduate study
Award: $5,000
Access Mode: Online
Number of Awards: Varies
Nationality: Domestic Students
The award can be taken in New Zealand


Eligible Countries: Domestic Students can apply for this application .
Acceptable Course or Subjects: The sponsorship will be awarded in any Postgraduate study in Tax Law subjects offered by the university.
Admissible Criteria: Candidates must be:

  • The Scholarship may be awarded to students who meet all the requirements of these regulations and enrol full-time at the University of Auckland in postgraduate study in the Faculty of Law related to tax law.
  • The grant is tenable by students who are citizens or permanent residents of New Zealand.
  • To be eligible for consideration, applicants must have a minimum grade point average (GPA) or grade point equivalent (GPE) of 7.00 (6.50 for M?ori and Pacific candidates) in their most recent qualifying programme for study (see Note I).
  • The support will be awarded by the University of Auckland Council upon the recommendation of a Selection Committee comprising the Dean of the Faculty of Law (or nominee), one member of Academic Staff from the Faculty of Law nominated by the Dean of the Faculty of Law, and one representative of the Tax Policy Charitable Trust.

How to Apply

  • How to Apply: If you are interested to apply for the opportunity , you need to take admissionin the University. After taking admission, you will be automatically considered for the study program.
  • Supporting Documents: To apply, candidates must be ready to submit all previous academic transcripts.
  • Language Requirements: An approved exam in English has required for the applicant whose first language is not English.
  • Benefits: One support will be awarded annually, for a period of up to one year and will be of the value of up to $5,000. Payments and tenure will be pro-rated for part-time students.

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