0000 for study plans at Oxford

Sam Hall-McMaster. University of Otago neuroscience graduate Sam Hall-McMaster is enjoying success after success, having gained two scholarships, totalling more than $250,000, to support study at Oxford University. Mr Hall-McMaster (22) was born and grew up in Christchurch, attended Cashmere High School, and last year completed a BSc (Hons) in neuroscience from Otago. In 2014, then a third-year student, he also won a national Eureka! Sir Paul Callaghan Award, after giving a talk about how nanoparticles could solve some of New Zealand’s health and environmental issues. He will leave New Zealand this weekend to spend five months in Europe before he starts his DPhil studies at Oxford University in October. Last week he learned he had been awarded a William Georgetti Scholarship, amounting to $156,000, to support his Oxford studies.…

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