The 2022 round opens: 4 August 2022
The 2022 round closes: 1:00pm, 18 October 2022
THIS PRIZE HAS NOW CLOSED
Congratulations on making the first step to creating your application and welcome to the page where you will find information about the application process and navigating around the Prime Minister’s Science Prize portal.
If you have any problems at all then please do not hesitate to contact us on firstname.lastname@example.org
The complete application must be received by 1:00pm on Tuesday 18 October. Late applications will not be able to be accepted.
All the very best with your application.
Ngā mihi nui
Prime Minister’s Science Prize Secretariat
Update for previous applicants who applied through the portal in 2021 (updated 3/10/2022)
You can access your previous application and download to your computer for reference only. You do need to create a new application for 2022.
Applicant’s and Referee’s as well as applicants who applied in 2021 through the portal are strongly advised to read the important information documents below. This includes information about criteria, eligibility, judging, application process and finding your way around the portal.
There is also an option through the portal for applicants to submit their application in Te Reo if they wish to do so.
- About the Prize
- Tips and Information for PMSP application process portal information (including link to portal)
- Visual Flow Chart Science Prize Process through portal 2022
THE TEMPLATES CAN BE DOWNLOADED AT ANY TIME
- Science Prize Application Template 2022
- Science Prize Referee Template 2022
- Budget Template 2022 (although this document is required it is not judged)
- NZ-RST-CV-Template (if you would like to use this)
Need help? Have other pātai questions?
Ko te Kaiwhakahaere the Secretariat for The Prime Minister’s Science Prizes is Royal Society Te Apārangi. Contact details are:
Te Kaiwhakahaere the Secretariat.
The Prime Minister’s Science Prizes
Royal Society Te Apārangi
PO Box 598
Waea Tel: (04) 470 5762
Īmēra Email: email@example.com.
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