We’re giving away 20 scholarships!Posted on 25/10/2016 by Jess O'Connor
Calling all travel lovers: you have a 1 in 20 chance of receiving a scholarship to study at ITC in 2017.
We are giving away 20 scholarships to celebrate our 20th birthday and to help 20 motivated individuals gain a qualification in airline, travel or tourism.
Scholarships range between $1,000 and $5,000 NZD and will be awarded to applicants who can demonstrate outstanding enthusiasm for the industry. Could that be you?
“We’re looking for motivated, passionate people who are genuinely striving towards a career in airline, travel or tourism,” says ITC Account Manager Ceri Jenkins.
“If you love travel, love meeting new people, and want to join an industry that’s fun, rewarding, and growing rapidly, then apply for an ITC scholarship today.”
How to apply
Applying is fun (just like the industry). All you have to do is ‘Tell Us Your Story’ – tell us about yourself, your dreams, and why you want to study at ITC. Try to tell your story in a creative way, for example by filming a short video or creating a blog.
“It’s up to you how you tell us about yourself – after all, it’s YOUR story,” says Ceri.
“Get creative and tell us in a way that best demonstrates your unique personality.”
In previous years, winners have rapped, danced, and rhymed their way to a scholarship. Think about how you can stand out from the crowd and get noticed. Just make sure you follow these instructions. Applications close 2 December 2016.
Who is eligible?
Our scholarships are open to everyone. You could be a school leaver, an international student, or an experienced professional wanting to make a career change.
Click here for full terms & conditions.
Why study airline, travel or tourism?
Still need convincing that airline, travel & tourism is the right industry for you? Call 0800 868 747 to make an appointment to visit the College and learn more about our courses. We’d love to meet you!
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