Keep up to date with changes and news from StudyLink.
Students studying in semester two who haven't applied for their Student Allowance and Student Loan yet, need to apply now.
The Tertiary Education Commission has introduced a new funding condition applying to programmes commencing on or after 1 January 2017 and revised the definition of withdrawal.
Resources to help students get ready for tertiary study.
The fastest and easiest way for students to send us their documents is online using Connect, instead of having to post them to us.
Inland Revenue can now request and receive information about student loan borrowers based in Australia.
The way you reset your password for VoS Online has changed, this change came into effect on 30 October. Instead of having a challenge question to reset your password you will be sent an email with a link to change your password.
Our call to action campaign encouraging students to apply for their 2017 student finance is underway and there are lots of ways you can help.
The StudyLink website is being redesigned with a new look and feel that aligns it with the Work and Income website. This ensures a consistent user experience across Ministry of Social Development service delivery lines.
On 19 July Tertiary Education, Skills and Employment Minister Steven Joyce announced the International Connections for New Zealanders package, which is designed to help grow the number of students who study overseas while ensuring that the benefits are maximised for New Zealand taxpayers.
Students planning to study in 2nd semester, need to get their student finances organised. Even if they are not sure where or what they will be studying - it can be changed later. Even if they haven't got their results yet - apply now is the message.