AGSM Part-Time MBA scholarships provide support for eligible students from diverse backgrounds to gain a world-class education at the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) in Sydney.
The Centre for Social Impact (CSI) offer a scholarship to AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) students who can demonstrate ongoing commitment, engagement and leadership in supporting, developing and contributing to better social outcomes in business. These areas can include the public and/or social purpose sectors in the past or as part of a future career path.
Interested candidates are required to submit an application online through UNSW Scholarships website to be considered for this scholarship. There are up to three scholarships per-year on offer to eligible candidates.
In addition to meeting the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program admission requirements, applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
Two scholarships will be awarded each year. The following scholarships are available:
These decisions are made at the discretion of the Selection Committee.
Funded by Centre for Social Impact (CSI).
These scholarships are open to all applicants who receive an offer of admission to the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program and are working in a registered social purpose or social enterprise organisation.
Student who transition from the GCSI program to the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program with at least three Social Impact courses remaining, are eligible to apply for a scholarship to the value of $12,500.
Applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents.
The AGSM Alumni Community Leader Scholarship is open to eligible candidates applying for either the AGSM MBA (Executive) or the AGSM MBAX program and will cover the full tuition fees for the program, including EAY residential costs.
The opportunity to access an executive course with the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) is also available to the recipient of this scholarship.
The AGSM Alumni Community Leader Scholarship is open to talented emerging leaders and managers currently working in the not-for-profit sector who can demonstrate a history of academic or work achievement and strong community connectivity in their scholarship application.
Candidates will need to apply for this scholarship via the UNSW scholarships portal and the finalist for this scholarship will need to be available to attend a formal Interview.
This scholarship is for candidates in the not-for-profit sector located in Australia. Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
The scholarship covers all tuition fees costs, plus residential costs associated with the AGSM MBA (Executive) and MBAX programs.
The successful recipient will also the opportunity to undertake one postgraduate course in the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) during their program.
The successful applicant will be decided at the discretion of the Selection Committee.
Co-Funded by AGSM Alumni: Michelle Beveridge, Andrew Stops and Al McEwin and AGSM @ UNSW Business School.
This scholarship is open to all applicants who receive an offer of admission to the AGSM (Executive) or AGSM MBAX program. Applicants must be Australian Citizens or Permanent Residents.
Applicants must not be a recipient of any other funding, or any other form of financial support connected with study, from their organisation or another company.
Strong consideration will be given to applicants who are employed by a recognised not-for-profit community-based organisation, which provides services to disadvantaged individuals and/or communities.
Funded by Emeritus Professor Richard Henry AM and Dr Rachel Oberon, this scholarship is designed to provide to support an Australian Indigenous or Torres Strait Islander student who has received an acceptance into the AGSM MBA (Social Impact) program.
Candidates are eligible to apply for this scholarship once they have submitted an application for the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program. Please refer to the UNSW Scholarship Page for selection process and application details.
Applicants will be assessed on the following criteria:
One recipient per year will be awarded this scholarship and will receive a value of up to $60,000 to be paid against the tuition fees for the duration of the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program. This program is to be completed between two to six years.
This decision will be made at the discretion of the Selection Committee.
Funded by Professor Richard Henry AM & Dr Rachel Oberon
These scholarships are open to all Australian Indigenous Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islanders who receive an offer of admission to the AGSM MBAX (Social Impact) program.
The Belgiorno-Nettis Scholarship will provide an opportunity for outstanding MBA candidate who otherwise may not be able to access an MBA at AGSM @ UNSW Business School.
Candidates will be eligible to apply for this scholarship once they have submitted an application for one of the AGSM Part-Time MBA programs or are a continuing student in an eligible program.
UNSW Scholarships will allocate the Award to those students identified to be in the greatest need based on the data provided by UAC.
Interested candidates are required to submit an UAC Equity Scholarship (ES) application.
Applicants will be considered based on their UAC Equity Scholarship.
To be eligible, applicants must be commencing or currently enrolled in an eligible AGSM MBA program
One full scholarship to the value of $40,000 and will be tenable for the minimum duration of an eligible degree program.
This Scholarship may be used towards tuition fees, living expenses, residential fees or other costs associated with study.
This scholarship will be allocated based on need identified through their UAC equity scholarship applications
Funded by the Belgiorno-Nettis Benefactors
This scholarship is open to all domestic Australian Citizens, Permanent Residents (including Humanitarian Visa Holders) and/or New Zealand Citizen.
The successful candidate must be commencing postgraduate coursework study or has receive an offer of admission to one of the following AGSM @ UNSW Business School programs:
There is one recipient per year for this scholarship.