Chin Yee Keang (Peng) Accounting Scholarship

The Chin Yee Keang (Peng) Accounting Scholarship is available through the generosity of the Kang Family from Singapore. The Kang Family has been associated with the University for over 50 years.The scholarship was established in honour of their mother Mdm Chin Yee Keang. The scholarship is for graduate students undertaking the Master of Management (Accounting) or the Master of Management (Accounting and Finance) at the Melbourne Business School. The next scholarship will be offered in 2020.

Application dates

Applications are currently closed

Application type

Application required
How to apply

Benefit type

Annual payment
Full benefit details

Citizenship requirements

Australian / domestic student

Total value

up to $20,000

Applicable study areas

Commerce, economics and management

Number of scholarships awarded


  • Eligibility & selection criteria


    To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

    To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

    • be an Australian citizens or permanent resident;
    • be enrolled in the Master of Management (Accounting) or the Master of Management (Accounting and Finance) at Melbourne Business School;
    • be in financial need and/or have experienced another form of disadvantage. Please provide any other supporting documentation via the application link provided below in the application process;
    • have completed the University's online Student Financial Assessment Application
    • If you have submitted in the last 6 months an Student Financial Assessment Application (1st January 2019 - 30 June, 2019) you will be required to resubmit your application through the link provided above;
    • Students who do not submit a Student Financial Assessment application will not be eligible for consideration.

    You must complete the University's online Student Financial Assessment Application in order to receive an overall 'disadvantage score' which will be provided to the Faculty.

    Selection criteria

    Your Student Financial Assessment Application will be assessed and ranked by Scholarships & Bursaries (University Services) using the Student Financial Assessment process.

    Students who received the highest overall ‘disadvantage score’ will be shortlisted and asked to provide a brief written statement on the potential impact of the scholarship on your studies, which will be reviewed by the Selection Committee.

    The Selection Committee is made up of the Head of Department of Accounting (or nominee), the FBE Admissions Manager and the FBE Scholarships Manager.

  • Application process

    Students who meet the eligibility criteria will be automatically considered.

What are the benefits?

The successful recipient will receive up to $10,000 per annum for the duration of the relevant Masters course. The scholarship is paid in $5,000 installments per semester, paid after government HECS Census date (May and October).

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