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Aaron Marshallsea-Dutton, Bachelor of Accounting

Aaron Marshallsea-Dutton

Bachelor of Accounting

Aaron Marshallsea-Dutton, Bachelor of Accounting, 2017

Recipient of the ANU Learning for Life Scholarship and the Abey Family Foundation Prize 2015

When I found out that I had been awarded a scholarship to study at the College of Business and Economics (CBE) at ANU I was pleasantly surprised and euphoric. The scholarship provides some financial security and relief, but more importantly, knowing I’ve been awarded a scholarship gives me the determination and drive to do my best and make the most of the excellent opportunities made available to me.

I chose to study at CBE because it’s renowned for being the best and because it offers so much choice. The teaching is brilliant and the academics are really enthusiastic and passionate about what they do. They motivate me to continue to perform at a high level and I know I’m being prepared in the best way possible for my future. The opportunity to learn from experts whilst gaining practical experience in industry is invaluable.

I’m incredibly grateful to those who choose to donate to students and scholarship programs. A scholarship changes everything and provides much more than financial support. It helps me to be the best that I can be and makes me really focussed on what I want to do. It allows me the time for those small things that make a difference, like doing the the bonus questions in the textbook. Without the scholarship, I don’t think I would have been able to participate in as many extracurricular activities. These activities have been a key part of my university experience, have helped me to keep everything in balance and to develop as a person. The scholarship means that I can aim higher, excel in what I want to do and go above and beyond what normally might have been expected.

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