The Mannkal Economic Education Foundation’s Scholarship Program is a world-renowned professional development program for Western Australian university students.
Your participation in the Mannkal Scholarship Program includes a scholarship that will cover local content and lectures, entrepreneurship and resilience training, conference opportunities and internships both domestically and abroad (when possible).
WHAT WILL YOU LEARN?
TEAM BUILDING SKILLS
CRITICAL THINKING SKILLS
The Mannkal Scholarship Program is open to Western Australian university students studying any degree and major. We are always looking for enthusiastic students interested in philosophy, economics and public policy.
Mannkal believes that exceptional character leads to success.
We are committed to developing and growing all students who walk through our doors.
Applications for the 2022 Mannkal Scholarship Program are now closed.
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OUR 2022 SCHOLARS
Athena Paizes - UWA
Charles Huggins - UNDA
Dylan Verrier - Curtin
Frances An - UWA
Jake McCoull - Curtin
Larisa Jacono - UWA
Sophie Scott - Curtin
Samuel Cruickshank - Curtin
Sam Jones - UWA
Rohin Kehal - Curtin
Rob Laughlan - Curtin
Niamh Loader - UWA
Michael Radny - Curtin
To be eligible for enrolment in the Mannkal Scholarship Program, you must:
- Be enrolled as an undergraduate, graduate or postgraduate student (part-time or full-time) at a Western Australian university whilst participating in the program*;
- Hold either Australian citizenship or permanent residency**;
- Be based in Western Australia.
*We accept students from The University of Western Australia, Murdoch, Curtin, Edith Cowan and Notre Dame.
**International students are unfortunately not eligible; in very rare circumstances, an exception may be made. However, international students are very welcome to attend our seminars and events.
Above all, Mannkal values entrepreneurship and enthusiasm for a free and open society. We consider students from across all faculties, departments and backgrounds. Course marks are one consideration, but this should not exclude students who have made contributions in other areas. Aspects of the Mannkal Scholarship Program benefit from a formal study of economics and public policy, but a keen interest and awareness of the philosophical concepts behind these subjects is more important.
Places are subject to availability and may change without notice.