Scholarship University of Western Australia 2014

scholarshipIn conjunction with ASF, University of Western Australia (UWA) Business School is pleased to offer two (2) 20% scholarship for their MBA and Executive MBA Programs per year.

Program Overview

The Business School began its Master of Business Administration (MBA) program in 1973. It has produced more than 3000 management graduates, the vast majority of whom now hold leadership positions in Australia and internationally.

Their MBA is designed for those with a first degree who seek to enhance their management capabilities. The intent of their MBA is to expose students to the full range of management functional areas to provide them with the relevant skills and a conceptual framework which they may later reinforce with further on-the-job management experience.

A culture of ethical and sustainability awareness is embedded into their MBA program through our curriculum, research programs and Visiting Fellow in Ethics and Entrepreneurship. UWA’s aim is to raise the consciousness and capacity of students with respect to issues of ethics and sustainability, and to provide students with the tools that will enable them to address the type of values conflicts many of them will face in their careers.

Scholarship Available:

Two (2) 20% scholarship (valued at $9120) per year available for UWA’s MBA and EMBA Programs:

Master of Business Administration Scholarship
Executive Master of Business Administration Scholarship
Applications for Trimester 1, 2013 are now closed. Applications for Trimester 2 and 3 close 3 April and 24 July, 2013 respectively.

Applicants must complete an online ASF application form as well as the UWA application form (UWA form must go directly to UWA).

Selection Criteria
The Scholarship is awarded jointly by ASF and UWA to applicants who are Australian citizens or permanent residents employed by a charitable not-for-profit organisation and whose completion of the program would, in ASF’s view, benefit their employing NFP organisation. Selection is based on the applicant meeting UWA entry requirements for the nominated program and written endorsement from the respective charitable organisation.