UBSS Launches MBA Bursary Program To Power Pandemic Recovery


Entrepreneurs can seize a new opportunity to pursue an MBA with the Universal Business School Sydney (UBSS) launching a bursary program to accelerate  recovery from the pandemic.

100 COVID-19 Recovery Bursaries are available through the UBSS and will go toward the Executive Delivery Mode MBA.

UBSS CEO Alan Manly said providing the bursaries was one way to support Australians who have worked under considerable stress and pressure during the pandemic.

The bursaries provide the opportunity for suitably qualified domestic students to access the Executive Delivery Mode MBA program (via the Graduate Certificate/Graduate Diploma route) with an 80% reduction in fees throughout the calendar year of 2022 (that is $399 per subject with a one off $200 enrolment fee)

UBSS Deputy Vice Chancellor Emeritus Professor Greg Whateley said the launch of the bursaries was timely.

“This is the perfect time for those interested to re-ignite their careers, access the bursaries and complete further postgraduate studies in a user friendly manner,” he said.

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Doug Estwick
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