UN Women NC Australia
MBA Scholarship

The University of Sydney Business School and UN Women National Committee (NC) Australia share a commitment to advancing gender equality in the workplace and particularly in senior leadership roles. We are delighted to offer a full scholarship for our part-time MBA program, valued at over $60,000, to recognise outstanding leadership, with a commitment to enhancing women’s rights and opportunities.

MBA Scholarship

Our MBA has a strong focus on developing the personal and interpersonal skills needed to lead in today’s hyper-connected, global environment – so that you can become your future anything.

The degree is designed for professionals with 3-5 years of relevant experience looking to take their career to the next level and break into senior management.

The MBA scholarship is open to all women who meet the eligibility criteria for the program, and covers full tuition fees for a maximum of four years of part-time study.

Meet our previous recipients

Our partnership with UN Women NC Australia has made it possible for eight inspiring women to undertake the MBA. The calibre of our recipients is a true testament to the work being done by these women to advance gender equality and make an impact in their communities through their expertise and influence. Read their stories.

About the partnership

The Business School and UN Women NC Australia joined forces in 2014 in a shared effort to promote gender equality at the most senior levels of the nation's public, corporate and not-for-profit sectors, and in a united goal to further women's education.

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“The Business School’s MBA programs are closely aligned with our focus on women in leadership and economic empowerment. By working together, we believe that we can unlock opportunities for women to propel their career opportunities forward.” Janelle Weissman, Executive Director, Australian National Committee for UN Women

In 2015, our MBA program became the first in the country, and one of the first in the world, to admit more females than males – a considerable achievement considering women average between 30 and 35 percent of MBA participants.