The Australia and New Zealand School of Government (ANZSOG) encourages senior managers and high-performing leaders in the not-for-profit sector to enrol in the Executive Master of Public Administration (EMPA) and Executive Fellows Program (EFP).

The EMPA and EFP are designed to build and strengthen your leadership skills, improve your understanding of government and increase your confidence, supporting you to have a successful and impactful career in the not-for-profit sector.

ANZSOG offers scholarships for not-for-profit applicants to help reduce the barriers to participation and ensure the not-for-profit sector can develop its leaders to their full potential.

 

Executive Master of Public Administration

The EMPA is suitable for not-for-profit managers working in diverse roles including communications, human resources, IT, policy development or implementation, and service delivery. It gives graduates the management and strategic skills they need to become leaders in their organisation and their sector.

ANZSOG is offering five (5) scholarships for not-for-profit senior managers and emerging leaders to participate in the EMPA. These scholarships offer a substantial reduction in program fees (currently 50%).

Visit the EMPA page to learn more

View the EMPA information sheet (PDF)

Applications

Contact the Program Coordinator on +61 3 8344 1990 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or register your interest in applying for the EMPA.

Applicants must be employed by a not-for-profit organisation* at the appropriate level and meet the selection criteria outlined on the EMPA page under ‘How do I apply?’.

ANZSOG will provide you with an application form and a checklist of required supporting documentation.

We recommend allowing one week to prepare your application. It may take a few weeks to gather supporting documentation such as your birth certificate, proof of residency, copies of academic transcripts and referee reports.

The EMPA Academic Director assess applications based on merit. They will carefully consider each applicant’s personal statement, which should detail your motivations for undertaking the degree and your desired learning outcomes. The Academic Director endeavours to maintain as much balance as possible across jurisdictions and portfolios to facilitate cross-jurisdictional learning.

 

Executive Fellows Program

The EFP is suitable for not-for-profit senior executives working in diverse organisations that pursue charitable purposes including service delivery, grant making and other activities that advance the health, education and social welfare of their communities. It is an intensive three-week residential program designed to develop the capability and skills of senior leaders to head organisations, build vital relationships and respond to change.

ANZSOG is offering three (3) scholarships for not-for-profit senior managers and emerging leaders to participate in the 2017 EFP. These scholarships offer a substantial reduction in program fees (currently 50%).

Visit the EFP page to learn more

View the EFP information sheet (PDF)

Applications

Contact the Program Coordinator on +61 3 8344 1990 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or register your interest in applying for the EFP.

Applicants must be employed by a not-for-profit organisation* at the appropriate senior executive level.

ANZSOG will provide you with an application form. You should allow a few hours to prepare a personal statement and complete your application. You will need to include a copy of your current curriculum vitae.

A selection committee and the ANZSOG Dean assess EFP applications based on merit. They will carefully consider each applicant’s personal statement, which should detail your motivations for undertaking the program and your desired learning outcomes. The selection committee endeavours to maintain as much balance as possible across jurisdictions and portfolios to facilitate cross-jurisdictional learning.

 

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