Scholarship 2018


The Women’s Business School Scholarship Program provides real training and support for women in business. This program provides opportunities for women to be able to develop their business skills, connect with fellow business owners and gain advice and inspiration from successful female business experts.



  • 6 months comprehensive Business Education
  • Monthly power circle coaching calls 
  • Monthly live workshops with real entrepreneurs in a range of industries
  • A powerful mastermind group
  • Real connection to successful women in business


Since 2009, we’ve been connecting new and emerging female entrepreneurs with experienced businesswomen. We have developed a supportive, generous and uplifting online community of women who help each other to gain new referrals, avoid mistakes, solve problems and take their businesses to the next level. You’ll discover a tribe of entrepreneurs to travel with you and help you to navigate the ups and downs of your business journey.


We are proud to have over 200 graduates of The Women’s Business School and our alumni companies include Dinner on the Table, Serenity Press and Jellystone Designs.


The Women’s Business School has been designed to support the growth of successful businesses run by women.

We are committed to ensuring that women from a diverse range of backgrounds have access to world-class education, peer connectivity, mentoring and support in a professionally challenging but safe and welcoming environment.

The Women’s Business School is committed to having an impact on diversity in entrepreneurship through leadership on this important issue. Through our network of women we aim to reach women from rural, regional and remote areas as well as women with indigenous and multicultural backgrounds and provide better opportunities for these women to succeed.

We’re looking for the next generation of leaders of the business world. Women who are ambitious, focused and determined to change the world through their innovative ideas!

Women from rural and remote areas and indigenous and migrant women are strongly encouraged to apply.

All submissions will be considered.