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About the Women in MBA (WiMBA) Partnership

This partnership has three components:

  1. Financial:Curtin University provides 40% of the student tuition fees of the MBA course for up to a maximum of 4 years. In addition, the employer will provide 20% of the student tuition fees of the MBA course for up to a maximum of 4 years.
  2. On-the-ground: Provide practical support to enable the applicant to attend class, undertake additional study and group work and complete assignments.
  3. Guidance and advice: the employer will nominate a senior industry based student mentor to provide support and advice throughout the applicant’s MBA studies, and also in helping the applicant to develop a post MBA career pathway.

Find out how the WiMBA Scholarship is helping Claudia, a Client Services Manager at Commonwealth Bank, achieve her MBA.

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Application Process

Your employee needs to submit a written application to Curtin, accompanied by a signed letter of support from you, the employer, before the application deadline.

In completing and signing the letter of employer support, you agree to provide the financial, practical and developmental support.

For information on the scholarship, application deadline, employee application form and letter of employer support, please visit the Curtin Scholarships website.

MBA information

Find out more about our MBA programs and the specialisations available within the program

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Accreditation

CBS is recognised as an elite global business school through accreditation by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.

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Contact us

Interested candidates should contact us on +61 8 9266 2992 or email: scholarships@curtin.edu.au