About.

The
Mangold Trust.

The Walter Mangold Trust Fund was established in 2006 in accordance with the terms of the Wills of the late Anne Marie and Erwin Herzenberg, the only child of Walter Mangold.

The seven objects broadly follow the terms of Anne Marie Herzenberg's Will, and now form the basis of the Mangold Trust in accordance with her wishes, and no doubt, the wishes of Walter Mangold himself.

“…better understanding between peoples of the world and consequently lessening of conflict, could be achieved by improving linguistic communication…”

Anne Marie Herzenberg
on
Walter mangold

Objects.

The Trust objects are promoted through advertised grants and scholarship programs, for which applicants may apply. Some objects involve a direct relationship with particular institutions such as the University of Melbourne, and the Australian Institute of International Affairs (Victoria).

The provision of educational scholarships to enable young Australians to spend a period of time in a foreign country studying in another language.

The provision of scholarships to overseas students who apply to come to Australia to advance their knowledge of English and gain an understanding in one or more areas of Australian culture.

The appointment of a visiting Scholar or Fellow to the University of Melbourne.

04. LANGUAGES

The encouragement of inter-disciplinary studies which involve the study of a language.

05. EXCHANGE PROGRAM

The support of a vacation school in a foreign language conducted in Australia.

The awarding of grants or scholarships to the Australian Institute of International Affairs (Victorian) or for its purposes.

07. EDUCATION

Support of published work of educational merit which makes a contribution to the aims of the Trust.

Objects.

The Trust objects are promoted through advertised grants and scholarship programs, for which applicants may apply. Some objects involve a direct relationship with particular institutions such as the University of Melbourne, and the Australian Institute of International Affairs (Victoria).

The provision of educational scholarships to enable young Australians to spend a period of time in a foreign country studying in another language.

The provision of scholarships to overseas students who apply to come to Australia to advance their knowledge of English and gain an understand-ing in one or more areas of Australian culture.

The appointment of a visiting Scholar or Fellow to the University of Melbourne.

04.
LANGUAGES

The encouragement of inter-disciplinary studies which involve the study of a language.

05.
EXCHANGE PROGRAM

The support of a vacation school in a foreign language conducted in Australia.

The awarding of grants or scholarships to the Australian Institute of International Affairs (Victorian) or for its purposes.

07.
EDUCATION

Support of published work of educational merit which makes a contribution to the aims of the Trust.