MBA Australasia is proud to present the Graduate Management Awards (GMA) 2020.

The Graduate Management Awards are an opportunity for outstanding business and management graduates to be recognised at a regional level. Bringing together the most talented alumni, universities and colleges from around the Australasia region, these awards from MBAus help to shine a spotlight on the best and brightest.

In light of travel restrictions, the Graduate Management Awards will be conferred though an online event this year on Wednesday 18th of November.

Award Categories 2020

  • OfficeMaps Most Innovative Business Project Award


  • Most Outstanding Business Doctorate Award


  • UniBank Most Outstanding MBAus MBA Graduate Award

Nominations Close Sunday 1 November 2020

In addition to the awards, category winners this year will also receive a $400 cash prize.

Nominate now using the form below, or learn more about our past Awards events.

Sponsor

“UniBank is a keen supporter of lifelong learning and we believe that an MBA is fundamental to acquiring a diverse range of new skills in key areas such as information literacy and business. We see providing support to MBAus as an investment in our collective futures and look forward to presenting the Most Outstanding MBA Graduate Award,” said Mike Lanzing, General Manager of UniBank.

Sponsor

“As a rapidly evolving technology company, the spirit of innovation is something that OfficeMaps puts into practice every day. 2020 has been a difficult year form any businesses and has demanded that companies update and adapt faster than ever before. Given these unique circumstances, OfficeMaps is very proud to be supporting the Most Innovative Business Project Award from MBAus, in a year where so much innovation has been necessary,” said James Sowry, CEO of OfficeMaps.

Eligibility and Nomination Process

UniBank Most Outstanding MBAus MBA Graduate Award

In order to nominate for the UniBank Most Outstanding MBAus MBA Graduate Award, the nominee must have graduated from an MBA or EMBA program in 2019/2020, or due to graduate in 2020. Their submission must include:

  • Letter of Nomination – This will outline why the person has been nominated, and why they should be awarded in their chosen category. This may be written by the nominee, or another person nominating on their behalf.
  • Letter of Recommendation – This will be an endorsement from the university, business school/college or institute as to the suitability of the nominee to be recognised in their category, if possible. This should be on a letterhead and signed by a senior staff member in the university, college’s business school or institute.
  • Copy of Transcript – Please attach a copy of the nominee’s transcript to verify their academic credentials. Alternatively, the nominee may also supply their transcript shortly after nominations close.

 

Most Outstanding Business Doctorate Award

In order to nominate for the Most Outstanding Business Doctorate award, the nominee must have graduated in 2019/2020, or due to graduate in 2020. Their submission must include:

  • Letter of Nomination – This will outline why the person has been nominated, and why they should be awarded in their chosen category. This may be written by the nominee, or another person nominating on their behalf.
  • Letter of Recommendation – This will be an endorsement from the university, business school/college or institute as to the suitability of the nominee to be recognised in their category, if possible. This should be on a letterhead and signed by a senior staff member in the university, college’s business school or institute.
  • Copy of Transcript – Please attach a copy of the nominee’s transcript to verify their academic credentials. Alternatively, the nominee may also supply their transcript shortly after nominations close.

 

OfficeMaps Most Innovative Business Project Award

In order to nominate for the OfficeMaps Most Innovative Business Project Award, please attach a copy of the project/assignment completed by the nominee as part of their degree during 2019 or 2020. (This award is not restricted to MBA and Business Doctoral students).

  • Letter of Nomination – This will outline why the person has been nominated, and why they should be awarded in their chosen category. This may be written by the nominee, or another person nominating on their behalf.
  • Letter of Recommendation – This will be an endorsement from the university, business school/college or institute as to the suitability of the nominee to be recognised in their category, if possible. This should be on a letterhead and signed by a senior staff member in the university, college’s business school or institute.
  • Copy of Transcript – Please attach a copy of the nominee’s transcript to verify their academic credentials. Alternatively, the nominee may also supply their transcript shortly after nominations close.
  • Project/Assignment – This should be a single file.