Allan Mulally Leadership in Engineering Award for International Students at University of Melbourne

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Alan Mulally Leadership in Engineering Scholarship

This award recognises an outstanding coursework student commencing the Master of Engineering in an automotive-related major. On July 1, 2014, Alan Mulally stepped down as President and Chief Executive Officer of Ford Motor Company. To honour his outstanding service, Ford established a new global scholarship program – The Alan Mulally Leadership in Engineering Scholarship. The program will support the awarding of ten US $10,000 scholarships to outstanding engineering students at ten premiere partner universities around the globe – one scholarship winner per school.

Applications open

10 Aug 2020

Last day for applications

6 Sep 2020
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Application type

Application required 
How to apply

Benefit type

Single payment
Full benefit details

Citizenship requirements

Australian / domestic student
International student

Total value

up to $10,000

Applicable study areas


Number of scholarships awarded



To be eligible for this scholarship, you need to:

  • be in your first year (2020 start-year or mid-year intake) of one of the following courses/disciplines within the Melbourne School of Engineering:
    • Master of Engineering (Mechanical)
    • Master of Engineering (Mechatronics)
    • Master of Computer Science
  • Have achieved a minimum WAM of 80 in your most recent degree course completed prior to commencing your current course
  • demonstrate an interest in automotive engineering
  • demonstrate strong communication and leadership skills.

Selection criteria

Applications will be assessed on the following criteria:

  • a minimum WAM of 80 in previous course
  • Strong communication skills
  • Leadership role in academic or community based-settings (e.g. on-campus organizations, community volunteer work, other engineering-related activities)

The award will be offered based on:

  • WAM achieved in your most recent degree completed prior to commencement of the current course.
  • an essay of 400-500 words (submitted within this online application) which clearly demonstrates:
    • your interest in Automotive Engineering
    • relevant leadership role(s) you have held
    • why you believe you are the best candidate for this scholarship.
  • a letter of recommendation confirming your leadership skills in an academic or community-based setting.