BW Businessworld And Flinders University Sign MoU For Scholarship
Flinders University is a leading university in Australia, which aims to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, and the source of Australia’s most enterprising graduates
Flinders University, a leading university in Australia has signed an MoU with BW Businessworld for ‘Flinders University and BW Businessworld Scholarship, which is a 100% scholarship valued at about $65,000 AUD, for which Flinders University will provide all services for admissions and application, and BW Businessworld will provide advertising and PR. The scholarship will also provide financial support for a 3 day trip for a social media influencer to visit Adelaide and Flinders.
Flinders University is a leading university in Australia, which aims to be internationally recognised as a world leader in research, an innovator in contemporary education, and the source of Australia’s most enterprising graduates.
Speaking on the occasion, Mr. Sebastian Raneskold, Vice-President and Pro-Vice Chancellor of Flinders University said, “We are very proud of our relationship with BW Businessworld and are very much looking forward to launching this new 100% scholarship for students here in India, seeking to obtain a cutting-edge post-graduate business qualification at Flinders University. It’s a full-fee scholarship, valued at approximately $65,000 AUD. It will be rewarded to a successful applicant for our semester 2 start in August 2018”.
“BW Businessworld is about our readers. Our readers are looking for career advice, our readers are looking at where to study. We have BW Education, we have a BW B-School issue, we have BW Festival of Learning and we have a BW new-age career seminar. A lot of our readers are between the ages of 18 to 25, who are looking at doing post-graduation and are looking at doing the right kind of education for their careers”, said Anurag Batra, Chairman and Editor-in-Chief at BW Businessworld, adding that “This tie-up with Flinders University in some way addresses that, and I am glad that we partnered with Australia’s leading university”.