Established in 2015, the Peter Faber MBA Executive Scholarship (Brisbane) provides a financial contribution towards the completion of the MBA (Executive) offered by the Peter Faber Business School, Australian Catholic University. The Scholarship is aimed at those living and/or working within the geographical boundaries of the Archdiocese of Brisbane and who can demonstrate a commitment to the mission and ethos of the School.
Open: Thursday, 6 September 2018
Close: Monday, 11 March 2019
One scholarship valued at $10,000 is available each year, paid in four equal instalments:
$2,500 paid at the successful completion of foundation unit;
$2,500 paid at the successful completion of the Graduate Certificate or equivalent;
$2,500 paid at the successful completion of the Graduate Diploma or equivalent;
$2,500 paid at the successful completion of the Master of Business Administration.
This scholarship is open to applicants who meet all of the following criteria:
Australian citizens, New Zealand citizens or permanent residents;
Commencing in the Master of Business Administration (Executive);
Studying at the Brisbane Campus;
Living and/or working within the geographical boundaries of the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
The following documents must be submitted with the application:
A written statement (maximum of 500 words) outlining:
how an MBA Executive would improve your business practice;
how your studies will potentially benefit the community;
how you demonstrate your commitment to the ethos of ACU and the Peter Faber Business School through community service.
Short resume (3 pages maximum), including details of two referees (one professional and one community engagement, religious or personal);
Evidence of your current employment or residence within the geographical boundaries of the Archdiocese of Brisbane.
Applications are assessed based on the strength of the following criteria:
Applications will be shortlisted by the Scholarships Office and a recipient selected by a selection committee comprising of the Associate Vice Chancellor (Brisbane), the National Head of School (Business), and a representative from the Archdiocese of Brisbane.