The Transport Research and Educational Trust Board makes
grants to individuals and organisations proposing projects
involving or relating to transport, including logistics. We
look for projects that further our aims
" to promote, encourage and co-ordinate the study and
advancement of the science of transport in all its branches
within New Zealand."
The Board now has available funds up to $15,000 per year in one or more scholarships or grants. these may be for study, investigation, research projects, development of ideas, sponsoring speakers, or any other application that relates to the " study and advancement " of transport.
Contact National Office for a Brochure and / or Application form or both are availabe further down this page.
The Board is associated with the Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport in New Zealand Inc, which appoints the Trustees.
A list of current trustees is on the CILT website.
The Chartered Institute of Logistics and Transport
is an international body incorporated by Royal
Charter in 1926, to further knowledge and un-
derstanding of transport.
The Board invites applications annually around October, and aims to announce successful candidates by the end of November.
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Successful candidates are expected to share the results of their study or research with CILT members and the public, through presentation
of a paper at an Institute section meeting, or by publication of an article in the Institute's magazine.
2012 Winners "Inspire"Scholarship / Grant
The 2012 Scholarship / Grant by the Transport Research and Educational Trust Board - INSPIRE has been awarded to the following people:-
Mr David Kriel
Mr James Head
Ms Karen Ramirez
2011 Winner Scholarship / Grant
Ms Quan Zhou has ben awarded the Scholarship for 2011 Year
2010 Scholarship / Grant Winners
The 2010 Scholarship / Grant by the Transport Research and Educational Trust Board - INSPIRE has been awarded to the following people:-
Yangyan (Peter) Shi
Congratulations to all the above recipients of the Inspire Grant
2008 Scholarship Winner
The 2008 Scholarship / Grant by the Transport Research and Educational Trust Board has been awarded to Dr Inga Smith of Otago University.
The proposal was for " Assessing Carbon Emissions from Maritime and Aviation International Transport for New Zealand ".
This was viewed as a very relevent project with potentially significant implications for transport in New Zealand.
2007 Winner Scholarship / Grant
The 2007 Grantby The Transport Research and Educational Trust Board has been awarded to the Van der Veer Institute for Parkinson's and Brain Research - This Christchurch based Institute is affiliated with the Canterbury and Otago Universities and Canterbury's District Health Board and Medical Research Foundation.
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