The University of Sydney is pleased to announce the Anstice MBA scholarship for community leadership in Australia. The Scholarship is offering support to emerging business leaders from the Not-for-Profit sector, including charities and NGO’s operating in Australia or internationally.
The University of Sydney is one of the best public research universities in Sydney, Australia. It is established in 1850 and ranked 50th most prestigious university.
- Established from a generous donation from prominent alumnus, David Anstice, the scholarship titled ‘The Anstice MBA Scholarship for Community Leadership.
Field of study:
- A total $70,000, the scholarship will be paid in six semester installments of $10,000.
- In the semester that the Recipient undertakes the unit, ‘International Business Project’ and receives the
necessary permissions and admission to the unit from Management Education, the Recipient will receive an
additional $10,000 to assist with travel costs associated with the International Business Project unit of
- The Recipient must complete as a minimum 18 credit points annually with a continuous enrolment each
- The scholarship is tenable for three years in the Master of Business Administration.
All recipients receiving this award are required to pay their Student Services and Amenities fee.
- Open to all students who meet the eligibility criteria for admission to the degree Master of Business
- Applicants with Australian citizenship, Australian permanent residency or New Zealand citizenship are
eligible for admission to the Master of Business Administration.
- The degree is currently not available to
international students studying on a student visa. Employees of The University of Sydney are ineligible to
- Applicants need not have applied for the Master of Business Administration (MBA) prior to
applying for the scholarship however only those applicants deemed eligible for entry to the MBA via the
prevailing admissions processes are eligible to be awarded the scholarship.
Preference will be given to those applicants currently working in the Not-for-Profit sector, especially
charities. Criteria used in the selection include academic merit, career achievements and evidence of ongoing
commitment to the sector.
- Personal Statement
- Academic Transcripts
- Curriculum Vitae (CV)
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- January 21, 2018
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