Ngati Tuwharetoa (BOP) Settlement Trust is offering a scholarship/s for Adult Registered Beneficiaries to study towards a Post Graduate Certificate in Geothermal Energy Technology.
Value of Scholarship: Cost of course fees
To be eligible for a scholarship:
Payment will be made upon receipt of a fees tax invoice for the Certificate in Geothermal Energy Technology. Please note this course is being offered in Semester 2 - July to November.
The 2021 course starts on 19 July 2021 - Semester 2 (Fulltime & Partime varies).
2021 POST GRADUATE CERTIFICATE IN GEOTHERMAL ENERGY TECHNOLOGY
The Post Graduate Certificate in Geothermal Energy Technology is a course aimed at training engineering and science graduates for work in the geothermal industry. The programme is run through the Geothermal Institute within the Faculty of Engineering of Auckland University and consists of three papers and a project. It covers geothermal science and technology, geosciences and field studies. The postgraduate certificate is run over one semester and is followed by the New Zealand Geothermal Workshop.
For more information about the course visit: https://www.auckland.ac.nz/en/study/study-options/find-a-study-option/postgraduate-certificate-in-geothermal-energy-technology-pgcertgeothermtech.html
Download Course Brochure here: https://www.tuwharetoakawerau.co.nz/vdb/document/46
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