The Eden Travel International Design Award
The Eden Travel International Design Award provides one undergraduate student award winner with a two-week internship at ZandraRhodes Design Firm in London, England.
The award provides for the following expenses:
Airfare (round-trip from USA to London)
Accommodations (apartment space is usually available if student commits early; but not guaranteed).
Award information/criteria is as follows:
Undergraduate students applying for the Eden Travel International Design Award must be enrolled in a fashion design or product development program, which has a current ITAA member on the faculty.
Recipients must use their award within one year of notification.
Each school/university may sponsor only one applicant per year.
The student must have completed a minimum of two years of a fashion design or product development program before applying.
The student applicant must have at least one term to complete at the sponsoring school/university after participating in the two-week internship at Zandra Rhodes Design Firm in London, England.
The award recipient will be notified before the Fall term of each year.
Eden Travel Design Internship Programmes (ET DIP)
Internship programmes designed specifically for and in conjunction with Massey University and Auckland University of Technology.
Our programmes are designed to provide students the opportunity to spend time exploring the design industry in different countries and to build connections that will last a lifetime.
Prime Ministers Scholarship for Asia
The Prime Minister’s Scholarship for Asia (PMSA) is a programme funded by the New Zealand government and administered by Education New Zealand.
The scholarship aims to:
strengthen New Zealand’s ability to engage with key Asian trading partners
improve the international skills of the New Zealand workforce
improve the internationalisation of New Zealand tertiary institutions
increase international understanding of the strength and quality of New Zealand's education system
establish connections between New Zealand and other countries through participants building lifelong friendships and networks
strengthen New Zealanders' understanding of other cultures
In addition, some of the companies that we work with offer students additional scholarship opportunities.
An example of this is Redress, who organise the largest sustainable design award globally.