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This year's winning students hail from all across the country - Christchurch, Wellington, Northland, Tauranga and Auckland. Four of the five finalists are young women, aiming to enter the fields of medicine, law, politics and astrophysics.
Finalists, their families, friends, teachers and community mentors attended the celebration, with Korey Te Hira delivering a keynote address, reflecting on his experience pursuing a Master of Public Policy at the Harvard Kennedy School.
The scholarship was given out by Crimson Education. Chief executive and co-founder Jamie Beaton said this year's winners displayed a truly global outlook, among qualities of leadership, community-mindedness and resilience.
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