The 2023 round opens: 1 August 2023
The 2023 round closes: 1:00pm 31 October 2023
The application process has changed significantly with this particular Prize in that the student no longer needs to be nominated an can self nominate. The student is required to have at least one referee and if the student worked with a mentor then they also are required to complete a referee form.
If you have any problems at all please email firstname.lastname@example.org
The complete application must be submitted in the portal by 1:00pm Tuesday 31 October. Late applications will not be able to be accepted.
All the best with your application.
Ngā mihi nui
Prime Minister’s Science Prize Secretariat
We strongly advise the Nominator, Nominee (Student) and Mentor (if a mentor has been used) to read all the current 2023 information thoroughly, This provides information about criteria, eligibility, judging, nominator process, application process and finding your way around the portal.
ALL LINKS TO DOCUMENTS WILL BE LIVE ON 1 JUNE 2023. If you have trouble viewing these documents then please email email@example.com
- About this Prize 2023
- Tips for Nominator, Nominee, Mentor about portal process
- 2023 PMFSP Visual Flow Chart
- 2023 PMFSP Application Template
- 2023 PMFSP Referee and Mentor Template
- 2023 PMFSP Useful information for writing a report
- Link to the portal
- Video: You are also asked to submit a 2-3 minute video about your research/project. This is your chance to tell the judges that might of been hard to write about in your report or perhaps you missed something in your report. This is your chance to include that. Include: Why you decided to research what you did? Did you undertake research review on what you are researching. If you had more time or if you could go back would you do differently? What have you learnt about yourself while carrying out this research? What parts of the project/research did you enjoy? Where to now with your research?
- Please upload your video to Youtube but make it semi private so only those with the link are able to view your video. Please include the link in the portal. You will be prompted to do that.
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: firstname.lastname@example.org.