Ehrenberg Scholarship Recipients
The prestigious Ehrenberg Scholarship is awarded annually by the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute to a promising first-year marketing student at the University of South Australia Business School.
The winner receives a year’s paid fees and is eligible to apply for a paid, part-time position as a Research Assistant at the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute.
The scholarship is designed to acknowledge high achieving marketing students and provide them with exciting opportunities. It provides support for recipients’ studies and engages them in the world-class research taking place at the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute.
2016 – Danielle Talbot
Danielle demonstrated outstanding academic, work and volunteer history. She confirmed a keen interest in exploring the world of science and marketing. She was also the recipient of one of the University of South Australia 25th Anniversary Excellence Scholarships.
Madeleine was a standout candidate and impressed the selection panel with her entrepreneurial flair, having already started several small businesses while at high school. She achieved outstanding results in her Year 12 studies, excelling in the areas of psychology, mathematics and English.
Kirsten impressed the selection panel with her excellent academic record including studies in communication and psychology. She demonstrated a passion for the field of market research and has aspirations to help local and global organisations grow and improve marketing strategies.
Two scholarships were awarded in 2011 to promising students Sarah and Emma who both achieved outstanding ATAR scores of 99.8 and 98.2 respectively. Both candidates aspired to careers in the marketing field and demonstrated a readiness to make the most of their undergraduate studies.
Ella was awarded the 2010 scholarship after impressing the interview panel with her outstanding academic achievements in both language and science-based subjects. She demonstrated a keen interest in the field of marketing as an area of study with lots of future opportunities and where knowledge was developing.