Federation Business School Student Awards
The Awards for Excellence recognises and rewards exceptional performance by a student during the previous year for outstanding academic performance and/or behaviours that align with the Faculty’s values and principles.
In order to be eligible to receive an award, the nominated student must have been enrolled in a Federation Business School program during the 2017 academic year, at any FedUni campus, or via online delivery.
Students who receive an award based upon academic performance will be determined by the faculty, and are not required to submit a nomination form.
Faculty values and principles
You can nominate a student based upon the values and principles that the Federation Business School envisions for itself and its students. You may nominate a student based on one or multiple category, which are:
Recognises the inherent dignity and worth of every person in our community.
- Ethical behavior
Demonstrates the value of ethical behaviour and goes beyond upholding professional standards and incorporates our commitment to the environment.
Holds themselves personally to the highest ethical standards and sees integrity as an essential value for personal success.
Appreciates and values the differences inherent in our community. Differences should not separate us but rather bring us collective strength that can benefit all.
This student is prepared to step into the unknown.
In a world of constant change this student values the ability to meet and overcome challenges.
- Responsible management
Demonstrates a commitment to social, environmental and economic responsibility.
Nominations for the 2017 Student Awards are now closed.
Presentation of awards
The awards will be presented to the appropriate students at the student awards nights, one held in Ballarat and one held in Gippsland.
The presentation for Ballarat students will take place on the 17th May, at the North Ballarat Sports Club.
The presentation for Gippsland students will take place on the 24th May, at the Traralgon Vineyard.