Application period closes on September 22nd

The University of Sydney's Business School has announced that is accepting applications for a $60,000 (AUD) MBA scholarship.

The Emerging Leaders scholarship is aimed at young business talent who wish to enroll in the University of Sydney's MBA program beginning in February 2015. The scholarship is open to applicants aged 25-40 who are currently living in Australia, and are either Australian citizens or have Australian residency status.

To apply for the scholarship, applicants must initially write a statement of motivation on how the MBA would help them build their business and personal skills. Subsequently, applicants will attend a master class in Sydney and write an essay about the experience. And finally, selected applicants will do one-on-one interviews with a judging panel.

The University of Sydney's MBA program is aimed at working professionals, and can be completed within two to three years of part-time study.

For more information, please see the University of Sydney press release about the Emerging Leaders MBA scholarship.

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