The NZ-UK Link Foundation is all about linking some of the best Kiwi and British people, through a series of Fellowships and exchanges between the two countries.
"My career can only benefit from this experience. To anybody considering applying for this scholarship in the future, I can't encourage you enough.” Marcus Smith, 2008 Benfield Link Foundation Reinsurance Scholar.
Learn more about our organisation, our Fellowships and our news and activities, through this web-site.
- Croeso y Cymru for Linking Minds Scholars
- 8th November 2012
Wales opened its arms to welcome four Kiwis in early October, when the 2012 Linking Minds scholars arrived in the UK for their travel scholarship. You can find out all about it, alongside news of others who have received help recently from the Foundation towards their studies, plus new Trustees and NZ management committee members in the latest edition of The Link (22).
- New Cranfield Scholar
- 1st August 2014
The 2014 winner of the Cranfield New Zealand Alumni Scholarship for the Cranfield full-time MBA is Henry Baker. New Zealanders have a proud tradition of success at Cranfield and the scholarship covers full tuition fees for the full-time MBA course while the NZ-UK Link Foundation pay up to $3000 for the return airfare from New Zealand to the UK.
- The current English NHS reforms: what can be learned from NZ?
- 21st October 2014
Robin Gauld, the 2014 NZ-UK Link Foundation Visiting Professor, will address this question in a lecture to be delivered in London at 5.30pm local time on Wednesday 22 October. In association with the School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine and The Nuffield Trust, this presentation can be viewed live at http://new.livestream.com/accounts/719701/events/3490177.
Professor Gauld is Professor of Health Policy and director of the Centre for Health Systems at the University of Otago. He will be based at the School of Advanced Study (SAS), University of London, from September to December. For more information on this lecture, see: http://www.nzuklinkfoundation.org.uk/events/the-current-english-nhs-reforms-what-can-be-learned-from-nz/