The CEW and HMST Scholarship

Applications Open 1 July 2024
Applications close 30 September 2024
 
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Course

Executive MBA

Course type

Master’s, part-time residential (17 four-day modules over 18 months)

Value

$125,100

Open to

Emerging women leaders in Victoria in the not-for-profit or for-purpose sectors

Location

Melbourne Business School, Australia (plus one module in Asia)

Partnered with

The Helen Macpherson Smith Trust and the Melbourne Business School

Melbourne Business School (MBS) is delighted to collaborate with the Helen Macpherson Smith Trust (HMST) and CEW to offer emerging women leaders in Victoria’s not-for-profit and for-purpose sectors the opportunity to complete an Executive MBA.

HMST is an independent philanthropic trust established by Helen Macpherson Schutt (née Smith) in 1951 with the aim of benefiting future generations of Victorian charitable institutions.

The CEW and HMST Scholarship was developed in collaboration with Melbourne Business School to champion women leaders in Victoria’s not-for-profit and for-purpose sectors. Each year, we will be awarding one full tuition scholarship for an Executive MBA student, to support them to acquire the tools and skills necessary to succeed in a mission-driven enterprise.

Applications are managed via the Melbourne Business School website and more information on eligibility criteria can be found here.

Who should apply?

Emerging women leaders in Victoria in the not-for-profit or for-purpose sectors

To be eligible to apply, you must meet the minimum selection criteria:
Have successfully completed a minimum 3-year Bachelor qualification, or equivalent, in nursing
Have a minimum of 5 years’ nursing experience
Intend to complete the course to further your career and move into a leadership role within the health sector
Commit to enrol and commence the course in 2024
Australian citizen or resident
Inclusions and Obligations
The scholarship covers the course fees.
The recipient will be required to write a report about her scholarship experience and may also be asked to speak at CEW events.
On completion of the course, the recipient will become a member of the CEW alumni community, CEW Connect Women.

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