December 9, 2016

Scholarship applications now open: Centre for Social Impact

Each year, the Centre for Social Impact (CSI) awards scholarships to students studying the Graduate Certificate in Social Impact and the AGSM MBA Social Impact at UNSW Australia.

Scholarships are awarded to students who demonstrate potential for and commitment to leading, supporting or contributing to better social outcomes in the business, public and/or social purpose sectors in the past and future, and have a need for and will benefit from the scholarship to enable their studies in social impact.

Scholarships for the 1st Round intake for 2017 are now open.

The Centre for Social Impact scholarship program is made possible as a result of the generous support from AMPShark Island and the Macquarie Group Foundation and enables the study of social impact by applicants whose circumstances might otherwise have precluded them.

In the first round there are five scholarships available for students who have applied to study or who are currently studying the Graduate Certificate in Social Impact:

  • $10,000 AMP Scholarship for an Indigenous student
  • $10,000 CSI National Scholarship
  • $5,000 Shark Island Scholarship for a student working in the social purpose sector
  • $5,000 Shark Island Scholarship for a student working in the arts
  • $5,000 Macquarie Group Foundation Scholarship

An additional three scholarships are also available to current and new students studying the AGSM MBA Social Impact program:

  • 1 x $25,000 CSI MBA (SI) Macquarie Group Foundation Scholarship for a new MBA (SI) student working in a social purpose organisation or social enterprise;
  • 1 x $12,500 CSI MBA (SI) Scholarship for a new MBA (SI) student; and
  • 1 x $12,500 CSI MBA (SI) Scholarship for a current GCSI student transitioning to the MBA (SI) in 2017.

The process for applying is outlined here.

 The closing date to submit your application for scholarships is 15 January 2017.

Further information on CSI's postgraduate programs is available on the Centre for Social Impact website

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