Announcing our successful Scholarship applicants


The Tax Institute is proud to announce that we had an overwhelming response to the recent national education scholarship opportunity. With over 900 individuals expressing an interest in the program, it demonstrates the increasing demand for high quality, and applied, tax training delivered by recognised practitioners.

Our education programs commenced over 10 years ago, and deliver the Institute’s vision of anticipating the needs of future tax professionals. In 2017, we have not only been humbled by the level of interest in our Programs and Single Subjects, but are excited to be sharing this special announcement with you all.

Thank you to each of our applicants. We wish you every success with your training and professional journey.

And the successful scholarship applicants for 2017 are...

After a rigorous assessment of the hundreds of applications, we are excited to announce the successful applicants, each of whom will receive a funded enrolment into CTA1 Foundations, CTA2A Advanced and CTA2B Advanced.

Congratulations to the following successful scholarship applicants:
  • Maddie Balabandi, Quinn Lawyers
  • Stephen Meechan, PricewaterhouseCoopers
  • Rhys Cormick, Deloitte
  • Zak Robson, HLB Mann Judd
  • Hwui Wen Yee, Brentnalls SA
  • Virginia Gogan, Australian Taxation Office
  • Tamutswa Masocha, Collins House
  • Donovan Castelyn, EY
Our judging panel, including CEO Noel Rowland and highly-regarded academic and industry members of The Tax Institute's Education Quality Assurance Board, were impressed by the quality of the applications.


Programs and Single Subjects enrolling now


Join our successful scholarship applicants in Study Period 1, commencing on 13 March 2017, in an education program that is designed to help you to be confident, practical and respected in your career.

Visit our website, or call 1300 TAX EDU, to find out how you can get started.

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