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新西兰维多利亚惠灵顿大学:为受疫情影响但成功入读2020第一学期的学生,提供连续2个学期的30%学费减免奖学金。学生需要在3月8日前注册学习,3月31日到校(如果到不了,需联系学校)。

 
 
Thank you for your ongoing patience in what is a most distressing time. We can now provide you and your students with some specific information relating to their studies at Victoria University of Wellington.
 
By now your students should be in regular contact with their Faculty to discuss their individual study needs, including online options. Below is additional information about fees scholarships and the last day students can arrive on campus.
 
Victoria University of Wellington would like to acknowledge the disruption and stress you and your students have experienced by the travel restrictions and we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure affected students are well supported.
 
If you or your students have any further questions, please go to our website for more information or get in touch with us at international-agents@vuw.ac.nz.
 
 
Kind regards,
 
Julia Innocente-Jones 
Assistant Vice-Chancellor (International) 
Victoria University of Wellington 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fees scholarships
Students who have been affected by the travel restrictions have been offered a package of financial support. This is:
  • a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for Trimester 1 2020
  • a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for another trimester, up to and including Trimester 1 2021
 
An affected student will receive a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for each course they are enrolled in for Trimester 1 2020. This applies whether they are studying by distance in their home country, or are studying on campus having arrived late due to the travel ban.
 
The fees scholarship will be applied directly to a student’s tuition account during the first week of April, 2020. If they have already paid their fees, they will receive a credit towards their next trimester of study.
 
In addition, once an affected student arrives at the University, they will also receive a further 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for an additional trimester. They will be able to choose the trimester in which the discount will apply up until the beginning of Trimester 1, 2021. That means their fees scholarship could apply for study in Trimester 2 in 2020, Trimester 3 in 2020, or Trimester 1 in 2021.
 
These fees scholarships are an acknowledgement that the study experience for this trimester has been impacted due to conditions outside of our control.
 
Student levy and insurance payments
 
As well as this package of financial support, affected students will not need to pay their Student Services Levy or insurance payments until they arrive on campus.
 
Enrolment
Your students should have now completed their enrolment into Trimester 1 2020 courses. 
 
If they have not completed enrolment, they will need to do this by Sunday 8 March at the very latest. 
 
New students with questions about enrolment should contact international@vuw.ac.nz.
Returning students should contact their Faculty Office.
 
Arriving on campus
 
Students who are not studying fully online should arrive in Wellington and be ready to start classes no later than 31 March 2020, unless otherwise agreed in advance by the University.  
 
Students should be in New Zealand no later than 15 March, in case they are required to self-isolate for a further 14 days.  
 
As soon as a student arrives, whether they need to self-isolate or not, they should contact cara.jacoby@vuw.ac.nz. Cara is working closely with staff at Wellington University International, Student Academic Services, and the faculties to ensure a smooth transition for students into their studies. 
 
Deferring or withdrawal
 
If a student is deferring all study until Trimester 2, or needs to withdraw from courses for any reason, they should contact their Faculty Office.
 
Online courses available
A range of high-quality, fully online courses is now available for affected students. These can be completed off-campus (including in China).
 
We also offer a large number of partial online courses and block-taught intensive course, which are available for students whose arrival on campus has been delayed.
 
Go to our website for a list of available online courses for affected students.

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新西兰维多利亚惠灵顿大学:为受疫情影响但成功入读2020第一学期的学生,提供连续2个学期的30%学费减免奖学金。学生需要在3月8日前注册学习,3月31日到校(如果到不了,需联系学校)。
 
 
Thank you for your ongoing patience in what is a most distressing time. We can now provide you and your students with some specific information relating to their studies at Victoria University of Wellington.
 
By now your students should be in regular contact with their Faculty to discuss their individual study needs, including online options. Below is additional information about fees scholarships and the last day students can arrive on campus.
 
Victoria University of Wellington would like to acknowledge the disruption and stress you and your students have experienced by the travel restrictions and we are committed to doing everything we can to ensure affected students are well supported.
 
If you or your students have any further questions, please go to our website for more information or get in touch with us at international-agents@vuw.ac.nz.
 
 
Kind regards,
 
Julia Innocente-Jones 
Assistant Vice-Chancellor (International) 
Victoria University of Wellington 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
Fees scholarships
Students who have been affected by the travel restrictions have been offered a package of financial support. This is:
  • a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for Trimester 1 2020
  • a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for another trimester, up to and including Trimester 1 2021
 
An affected student will receive a 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for each course they are enrolled in for Trimester 1 2020. This applies whether they are studying by distance in their home country, or are studying on campus having arrived late due to the travel ban.
 
The fees scholarship will be applied directly to a student’s tuition account during the first week of April, 2020. If they have already paid their fees, they will receive a credit towards their next trimester of study.
 
In addition, once an affected student arrives at the University, they will also receive a further 30 percent tuition fees scholarship for an additional trimester. They will be able to choose the trimester in which the discount will apply up until the beginning of Trimester 1, 2021. That means their fees scholarship could apply for study in Trimester 2 in 2020, Trimester 3 in 2020, or Trimester 1 in 2021.
 
These fees scholarships are an acknowledgement that the study experience for this trimester has been impacted due to conditions outside of our control.
 
Student levy and insurance payments
 
As well as this package of financial support, affected students will not need to pay their Student Services Levy or insurance payments until they arrive on campus.
 
Enrolment
Your students should have now completed their enrolment into Trimester 1 2020 courses. 
 
If they have not completed enrolment, they will need to do this by Sunday 8 March at the very latest. 
 
New students with questions about enrolment should contact international@vuw.ac.nz.
Returning students should contact their Faculty Office.
 
Arriving on campus
 
Students who are not studying fully online should arrive in Wellington and be ready to start classes no later than 31 March 2020, unless otherwise agreed in advance by the University.  
 
Students should be in New Zealand no later than 15 March, in case they are required to self-isolate for a further 14 days.  
 
As soon as a student arrives, whether they need to self-isolate or not, they should contact cara.jacoby@vuw.ac.nz. Cara is working closely with staff at Wellington University International, Student Academic Services, and the faculties to ensure a smooth transition for students into their studies. 
 
Deferring or withdrawal
 
If a student is deferring all study until Trimester 2, or needs to withdraw from courses for any reason, they should contact their Faculty Office.
 
Online courses available
A range of high-quality, fully online courses is now available for affected students. These can be completed off-campus (including in China).
 
We also offer a large number of partial online courses and block-taught intensive course, which are available for students whose arrival on campus has been delayed.
 
Go to our website for a list of available online courses for affected students.
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