As a direct response to the COVID-19 pandemic, AIM has created a scholarship fund with support from the Australian Business Community to help people upskill.

Available for new students who enrol in the AIM Business School MBA program (includes Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diplomat) in October, November, or December.

To qualify for this scholarship, students must meet the existing entry criteria plus one additional year of management experience. They must also be able to demonstrate current or future impact from the COVID-19 pandemic.

Examples of this impact include, but are not limited to:

  • Reduction in work hours, salary or earning potential
  • Loss of employment
  • Negative impact on business turnover
  • Increased uncertainty within the industry in which you work

The third and final round of Scholarship funding has just launched, providing students who commence their study in October, November, December, or at AIM Summer School with $500 towards each unit studied until December 2021. All successful applicants will receive an Australian Leaders Scholarship certificate.

All applications are assessed by the AIM scholarship committee:

  • AIM CEO
  • Director of Education
  • Dean of AIM Business School

Scholarship Update

In order to ensure we continue to support Australian workers providing impactful education and security for their futures, AIM is pleased to share that we are now launching a second round of funding for the Australian Leaders Scholarship. If you have been impacted by COVID-19 and enrol in our upcoming July intake, you may be eligible to receive $500 towards every MBA unit studied until December 2021.

Read the Terms and Conditions for the Australian Leaders Scholarship Fund

Australian Leaders Scholarship Eligibility Survey