Josh Frydenberg entered parliament in 2010 as the member for Kooyong, and is the seventh person since Federation to hold this seat. Mr Frydenberg has Law and Economics degrees from Monash University, graduating with Honours in both. During his time at Monash, he was an active member of the student body and was elected to the Presidency of the Law Students Society. He was also chosen to represent Australia in tennis at the World University Games in 1991 in Sheffield, England and again in 1993 in Buffalo, United States. After Monash, he undertook his articles of clerkship at Mallesons Stephen Jaques. Mr Frydenberg was offered both a Fulbright scholarship to the US and a scholarship to Oxford University from the Commonwealth Scholarship Commission in the UK. He accepted the Commonwealth Scholarship to Oxford University where he completed a Master of Philosophy in International Relations. He was twice awarded a Full Blue as a member of the Oxford tennis team and toured Hong Kong and Morocco. In September 2013, Mr Frydenberg was appointed to the government’s front bench as the parliamentary secretary to the prime minister. The following year, he became assistant treasurer and in September 2015 was elevated to federal minister for resources, energy, and Northern Australia. In July 2016, he became Minister for the Environment and Energy. On 24 August 2018, Mr Frydenberg became Deputy Leader of the Liberal Party and Treasurer of Australia when Scott Morrison was elected prime minister.