A Melbourne Business School MBA allowed the move to big business.
Glen Brennan is a talented young man. By age 31 he had:
But corporate Australia lay ahead as a challenge, so Glen applied for the NAB Indigenous MBA Scholarship at Melbourne Business School and started a ‘personal and professional transformation’ in January 2005.
“The experience was fantastic,” he says. “I not only enhanced my business skills and experience, but I also met a talented network of new friends. The MBA ….was one of the best experiences of my life.”
This unit provides affordable small loans, business training and mentoring to those who have been traditionally marginalised from mainstream banking, including Indigenous Australians.
This ‘dream job’ as Glen calls it lets him have the best of both worlds: exposure to corporate finance and helping to bridge the gap that exists between the ‘haves and the have nots’ in Australia.
The NAB Indigenous MBA Scholarship at Melbourne Business School is on offer for the full-time MBA course starting January 2007. Applications close 30 November 2006.
For more info visit www.mbs.edu or contact Melbourne Business School on (03) 9349 8481.