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Women in Super launches executive education scholarshipsBY MICHELLE BALTAZAR | TUESDAY, 24 FEB 2015 12:20PM
Women in Super (WIS) and the Australian Graduate School of Management (AGSM) have joined forces to offer scholarships for NSW WIS members wishing to fast track their career in superannuation.
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