We are committed to providing exemplary leadership education for women, and our high-quality programs provide the foundations for ongoing study and formal qualifications.

Through our sister organisation Women & Leadership Australia, we have partnered with leading tertiary education providers to offer our graduates academic pathways into globally recognised leadership qualifications.

Australian College of Applied Profession

ACAP MBA Pathways​

ACAP (Australian College of Applied Professions – formerly the Australian College of Applied Psychology) is an international leader in providing professional education with a heritage in human behaviour. Uniquely human-centred in its approach, ACAP delivers a variety of courses in applied psychology, management and law and justice. Its MBA program is designed to create well-rounded leaders with advanced people skills and offers deep personal transformation – while still incorporating the technical management skills expected of an MBA.

Graduates of our Executive Ready, Advanced Leadership Program and Leadership Colloquium can apply for credit into the following ACAP course:​


Master of Business Administration (MBA):

Up to four units of study

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Deakin University MBA Pathways​

As one of Australia’s leading tertiary education providers, Deakin offers a personalised experience enhanced by world-class programs and innovative digital engagement. Recognised globally as being in the top 1% of universities, Deakin offers rigorous academic and real-world instruction in every course.

Graduates of our Executive Ready and Advanced Leadership Program can apply for credit into the following Deakin University course:


Master of Business Administration (MBA):


Up to four credit points (equivalent of one trimester)

Master of Business Administration (Healthcare Management):

Up to two credit points

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Monash University MBA Pathway

As one of Australia’s leading tertiary education providers, Monash offers modern, global, research-intensive tertiary education. Consistently ranked in the top 1% of universities globally, Monash offers world-class instruction in educational leadership.

Graduates of the Women in Schools Advanced Leadership Program and Schools Executive Leadership Colloquium can apply for credit into the following Monash University course:


Master of Educational Leadership:

Up to 12 credit points (equivalent of one compulsory unit, or two elective units)

Australian College of Applied Profession

ACAP Graduate Certificate of Wellbeing in Schools Pathway

ACAP (Australian College of Applied Professions – formerly the Australian College of Applied Psychology) is an international leader in providing professional education with a heritage in human behaviour. ACAP’s Graduate Certificate of Wellbeing in Schools is an evidence-based postgraduate qualification designed to expand the knowledge, skills, and capacities of existing professionals working within educational settings.

​Toolkit Leaders who have delivered the Schools Staff Wellbeing Toolkit in their school, meet the admission criteria, and successfully complete one additional ACAP assessment task will receive credit into the following course:


Graduate Certificate of Wellbeing in Schools:

One unit of study (equivalent to one quarter of the program)

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Contact our friendly Program Advisors to find out more about these pathways.