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About this scholarship
At IBISWorld, we're passionate about providing thoroughly researched, reliable and current business information to support learners and businesses across the world with accurate data.
We have decided to launch the IBISWorld scholarship for current finance/business/economics students in Australia. Through this offering, we hope to inspire and encourage students to utilise in depth-research and develop their critical thinking skills in their education.
Maximum number awarded
IBISWorld are offering finance/business/economics students a chance to receive a one-off $1,000 grant toward their HELP debt or tuition fees.
Must be currently enrolled, or have proof of acceptance into an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in finance/business/economics at any Australian university.
Must me a citizen or permanent resident of Australia, currently enrolled, or have proof of acceptance into an undergraduate or postgraduate degree in finance/business/economics at any Australian University.
IBISWorld Economics, Business and Finance Scholarship is now closed.
Applications open: CLOSED
Applications close: CLOSED