Are you or do you know of someone who wants to be a change-maker in health in the Midlands region?
Then a funded place on the University of Waikato MBA programme could be what they need. The Braemar Charitable Trust is funding an MBA Bursary at the University of Waikato.
The bursary aims to support an MBA candidate in 2023 and 2024 who is in a role that has direct impact on the health and wellbeing in the community and is, or aspires to be a transformational/system change leader in the Not-For-Profit community health sector.
Potential candidates who meet the eligibility criteria can submit an expression of interest which will be considered by the Braemar Charitable Trust Board of Trustees. The value of the bursary will be $40,000 split across the candidate’s enrolment in the MBA Programme, part-time for 2.5 years from March 2023.
Expressions of interest are welcome from candidates who meet the following eligibility criteria:
To be eligible for consideration for a nomination, applicants must:
- be from a relevant health field in the not-for-profit sector supporting the community;
- be in a role that can or has direct impact on the health and wellbeing of the community and its members;
- work and reside in the wider Midlands region;
- have a financial need that means they would not otherwise be able to self-fund enrolment in the MBA Programme; and
- be a New Zealand citizen or permanent resident
Please pass this information on to relevant people you feel would fit the above criteria and be considered for the Bursary. They can submit their expression of interest using the form below and have until 31 August 2023 to submit.
Interested candidates can attend an event for prospective MBA candidates on Thursday 30 June from 5 – 7pm at the University of Waikato. This gives them the opportunity to hear about the MBA programme at the Management School and also the newly established Braemar MBA Bursary. To register, candidates can complete this registration form.