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Bursaries available for postgraduate study

Would you like some assistance with living expenses while you study? The School of Business recently released new postgraduate bursaries for new students enrolling in the January 2012 semester. The bursary comes in the form of a cash payment of $4,200 to help with living expenses.

Students studying a Master of Accounting, Master of Business, Master of Business Administration or Master of Finance are eligible to apply.

Eligibility is not judged solely on academic achievement or financial need, but on your contribution to the community. Examples of judging criteria include community involvement, leadership qualities, artistic achievements, sporting achievements, and other activities where you have been recognised for your contribution. 

Applications for the January semester close on December 16. 

Current applicants wishing to apply should complete the School of Business Postgraduate Bursary form.

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