Scholarships

UN Women National Committee Australia MBA Scholarship Business Leader Postgraduate Scholarships The University of Sydney Staff: Professional Leadership Development Scholarship The Anstice MBA Scholarship' for Community Leadership

UN Women National Committee Australia MBA Scholarship

In support of the UN Women National Committee Australia and our united goal to further women's education, we are pleased to offer the UN Women National Committee Australia MBA Scholarship.

This scholarship is open to all women (with Australian citizenship, Australian residency or New Zealand citizenship) who are eligible to apply for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) program at the Business School. The scholarship covers full tuition fees for the MBA for a maximum of three years' part-time study.

Applicants are required to complete an online application form and submit a statement demonstrating leadership experience and potential in her chosen field; a commitment to enhancing women's leadership; an interest in international relations, gender and development; and a passion for using your business skills to drive social change. Applications will be assessed by the Business School MBA Scholarship Committee, which includes the Executive Director of the UN Women National Committee Australia. Shortlisted applicants will be required to write an opinion piece on a topic related to gender and development issues. A shortlist of applicants will be invited to an interview.

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Business Leader Postgraduate Scholarships

This exciting scholarship program offers financial assistance for half of the required tuition fees for up to twenty incoming Masters students enrolled in one of the eligible Business School Degrees, which includes the Master of Business Administration (MBA). This scholarship is intended to promote academic excellence in coursework Masters programs within the University of Sydney Business School. The scholarships will be awarded to outstanding applicants based on their academic achievement, leadership capabilities, ambassadorial potential and motivation to succeed in business in a socially responsible way.

For successful MBA applicants, the scholarships will cover 50% of the tuition fees for up to 12 units of study within the MBA.

University of Sydney Staff: Professional Leadership Development Scholarship (Master of Business Administration)

The Scholarship is open to University of Sydney employees in Professional or Academic leadership roles who meet the selection criteria for the program.

Up to two scholarships are available and will cover full tuition fees for the standard duration of the Master of Business Administration program.

Applicants are required to complete the online application form, submit a one-page statement of motivation, a curriculum vitae and a copy of their academic transcript. In addition, applicants should submit a further one-page statement addressing the scholarship selection criteria. Scholarship selection criteria include leadership experience and potential, problem-solving acuity, ability to work in a diverse group and international orientation. This should be submitted via email in MS Word or PDF format, with the applicant's full name in the filename to business.mba@sydney.edu.au.

All applications will be assessed by a scholarship assessment committee appointed by the Provost. This committee will shortlist a maximum of three applicants who will then be required to attend an interview with the MBA selection committee to confirm their eligibility for the program.


'The Anstice MBA Scholarship' for Community Leadership

This scholarship is made possible by the generous donation from prominent Business School alumnus David Anstice (BEc '70), and will provide $30,000 over three years to one eligible MBA student per year. The Anstice MBA Scholarship is intended to promote academic excellence and support emerging leaders from the not-for-profit sector undertaking the new Sydney MBA. The Scholarship will be paid in three annual instalments of $10,000, pending academic progression. Preference will be given to those applicants working in the not-for-profit sector, especially charity workers. Criteria used in selection include academic merit, career achievements and evidence of ongoing commitment to sector.

No separate application is required for this scholarship, as candidates are considered on their admission application for this award.

To find out more about the Anstice MBA Scholarship, please download the scholarship information sheet PDF

To find out more about the scholarships available email or call directly

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