UN Women NC Australia MBA Scholarship
The Business School has a long-standing commitment to partnerships with several organisations and interest groups, with which we share mutual values and standards. Currently, the Business School is enjoying the benefits of several such associations, through a range of key partnerships in areas such as sport, media and mentoring programs.
The alliances we form with our partners provide material benefit to the Business School, our students and staff, while allowing us to develop the level of engagement that we believe is crucial to making a positive difference to the wider community.
The Business School has partnered with UN Women National Committee Australia in a joint 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.
The Business School is proud to provide talented women with an opportunity to develop the skills that current and future generations of business leaders will need if they are to meet the challenges facing Australian industry and the wider community.
The unique partnership includes funding for an MBA scholarship, a Global Executive MBA scholarship and industry placement opportunities for undergraduate students.
For more information please visit the UN Women National Committee Australia website.
The Financial Review BOSS Emerging Leaders Program is an initiative designed to provide up and coming leaders with the opportunity to network and gain insights from Australia's foremost business and leadership experts.
The Business School is proud of its association with the Emerging Leaders Program, and to date we have been involved in a number of events featuring high-profile guest speakers.
Our association with the Emerging Leaders Program was the catalyst for the establishment of the MBA "Emerging Leaders" Scholarship, which provides one student from each MBA cohort with a $60,000 scholarship to complete their degree.
For more information on the Emerging Leaders Program, please visit the Emerging Leaders site.
The Business School has a long association with the Sydney University Football Club, which continues to thrive and carries on a proud traditional connection through the current sponsorship arrangement.
The Business School recognises that there is a clear and demonstrable link between high-level academic study and elite sporting activity, as evidenced by the number of Business School students and alumni that have made their mark on the Rugby field.
The Sydney University Football Club is the oldest rugby club in Australia, and a number of current Business School students are named in this season's player roster.
For more information on the Sydney University Football Club, the players and upcoming matches, please see the SUFC site.
The University of Sydney Business School welcomes partnership enquiries from interested organisations. If you would like to discuss how your organisation and the Business School could work together, please contact Amy Silberhorn, Acting Director of Marketing.
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