Benefits of employer support:
Financial – In order to qualify, the corporate partner must contribute a minimum of $10,000 per nominated recipient.
On-the-ground – they will provide logistical and practical support to enable you to attend class, undertake additional study, group work and complete assignments.
Guidance and advice – they will pair you with in-house mentors/sponsors to provide you with guidance, support and advice throughout your MBA program and also in help to develop a post-MBA career pathway.
For information on the Women in MBA (WiMBA) scholarship eligibility criteria and to apply, please visit the Curtin Scholarships website.
Do you have a high performing employee who could benefit from support to complete an MBA? Become an employer partner.
Find out how the WiMBA Scholarship is helping Claudia, a Client Services Manager at Commonwealth Bank, achieve her MBA.
Interested in finding out more?
Register to attend one of our upcoming Curtin Graduate School of Business Information Evenings. These information evenings provide you with the opportunity to chat to our teaching staff and ask any questions you might have about our MBA and Scholarships.
Top 3 reasons to study at Curtin Graduate School of Business
- Location: The School is conveniently located in the Perth central business district.
- Flexibility: Evening classes as well as online and intensive study options are available for many of our units. You can also start when it suits you, with three intakes a year: January, May and August.
- High quality teaching: Programs delivered by academics and industry professionals, allowing them to draw on practical industry experience.
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