Awards Offered by IPENZ Branches, Technical Interest Groups and Collaborating Technical Societies
IPENZ Branch awards
Technical Interest Group awards
Collaborating Technical Society awards
More information about Branch awards
Templin Scroll Competition - awarded for the best written and presented technical paper. Open to any student taking a regular course of study at the University of Canterbury College of Engineering who is a current member of the Engineering Society (ENSOC).
Hawke's Bay Branch
IPENZ Prize for Best Exhibit in the Hawke's Bay Science Fair - presented for the exhibit with the greatest engineering aspect. The award consists of a sum of money.
Professional Engineers' Bursary - offered annually to provide financial assistance to young Northlanders commencing tertiary study. It is open to Northland secondary students intending on studying engineering at a tertiary institution. Applications are sent to Northland schools late in the year.
Polytech Prize- cash prize presented to the top engineering student.
Otago Science and Technology Fair - cash prize presented to the best engineering-related entry.
Waikato-Bay of Plenty Branch
IPENZ Waikato-Bay of Plenty Branch Scholarship (Wintec) - a $1,500 scholarship awarded annually and open to students who enrol at Waikato Institute of Technology in their first year of study in one of the following programmes:
University of Waikato/IPENZ Waikato-Bay of Plenty Branch Design Award - awarded to a final year engineering design project at the University of Waikato.
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NIWA Wellington Regional Science and Technology Fair - two prizes of $500 awarded for presentations of an innovative illustration of an engineering principle.
Wellington Science Fair Prize(s) - annual cash award presented to the exhibit or exhibits most successfully portraying a technological principle. Judged by Branch committee members.