Charles Sturt University


The AGMC takes pride in rewarding achievement. Our scholarship program provides financial assistance to students to encourage them to further their studies and excel academically.

In 2017, the AGMC is offering four (4) scholarships*, valued at $2,000 each.


The scholarships are available to graduates of the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) who have continued their studies into the Graduate Diploma of Management (Professional Practice) in Session 2, 2016  and onwards.

Scholarships are competitive and will be assessed on:

  • academic record in the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice); and
  • commitment to the AGMC program through active participation in the Graduate Certificate in Management (Professional Practice) study sessions (please provide a statement of support from your Site Coordinator).

How to Apply

Applications are currently open and will be received until COB Monday 13 February, 2017.
Successful applicants will be advised by COB Wednesday 29 March, 2017. 

Applicants should apply directly to the AGMC with:

  1.  a covering letter accompanied by a transcript
  2.  statement of support from your Site Coordinator
  3.  and a 300-word statement that describes your AGMC experience, and demonstrates how your AGMC study has positively impacted on your professional life.

The covering letter, transcript, Site Coordinators statement and 300-word statement must be sent as attachments to the AGMC, email, with the email subject "AGMC Scholarship and [student name]".

*Scholarships are awarded as a one-off lump sum payment.

2016 Scholarship Recipients

Marko Arsic"Winning the AGMC Scholarship in 2016, apart from assisting with the tuition fees, has given me the additional motivation and incentive to continue putting in the same effort and strive towards the highest academic achievements possible for the remainder of my studies." 
Marko Arsic, AGMC Student

Laura Brown"I'm extremely honoured and appreciative for receiving this scholarship. Working full time with part-time study is very challenging however also rewarding as I'm working towards my goal to become a highly knowledgeable HR manager. Thankyou AGMC for your support for my personal and professional development." 
Laura Brown, AGMC Student