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Top Universities To Study MBA in Australia (2020)

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The Masters of Business Administration (MBA)  program ranking has currently peaked making it one of the highest demand graduates around the world.

According to research from Graduate Management Admissions Council, it was found that 78% of employers intend to hire MBA graduates and most of the employers are planning to increase the starting salary of new hires.

Master of Business Administration (MBA) students are not only exposed to academic theories but are taught the way to apply them in the real world setting as well. They will acquire networking skills by being in the same learning environment with like-minded people with the guidance of the professors. 

They will also be graduating with a strong foundation on how to handle risk evaluation, manage a cost-benefit analysis, and apply best management practices that will help them become a more proactive leader.

Why MBA in Australia?

  • Internationally recognized

Acquiring an MBA from Australia gives you the advantage of having an international qualification that is accepted globally. More than 70 MBA programs in Australia are internationally recognized and most of them have global accreditation from the AACSB and EQUIS. Other than it helps with career advancement, the rate of employment is also high.

  • Theoretical and Practical Knowledge

Australia universities equip the students with in-class learning and real-world skills in order to be a better graduate. Other than just offering the students theoretical knowledge, the universities also focus on improving the students’ interpersonal skills.

  • Combination of Eastern and Western business cultures

Australia is well-known for being a multicultural country. With that being said, it is a country that compiles both Eastern and Western students. This helps not only to enhance the students’ intercultural skills, it gives the students the ability to think outside of the box, considering there are different perspectives from different cultures.

What Are The General Entry Requirements?

Bachelor’s Degree CGPA

Minimum 2.5 – 3.0

Work experience

Minimum 1-2 years 

IELTS

7.5 with no less than 7.0 for individual test

*The requirements may vary among universities

What Are The Top Universities To Study MBA in Australia?

Here are the recommended Business Schools and Universities to do MBA in Australia 2020:

1. Melbourne Business School

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Program Duration

1 or 2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

August 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$44,750

2. University of New South Wales (UNSW) Business School

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Program Duration

16 months (AGSM)

Next Intake

January 2021

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$66,263

3. Monash Business School

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Program Duration

2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

May 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$44,000

4. University of Queensland (UQ) Business School

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Program Duration

1 year (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

July 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$80,808

5. Macquarie Business School (MGSM)

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Program Duration

2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

May, July 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$40,000

6. Kaplan Business School

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Program Duration

2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

July, November 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$22,800

7. University of Technology Sydney (UTS)

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Program Duration

2 Years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

July, November 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$41,952

8. Western Sydney University

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Program Duration

2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

April, June, September 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$31,720

9. Griffith University

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Program Duration

1-1.5 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

June 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$39,500

10. Edith Cowan University

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Program Duration

2 years (Full Time MBA)

Next Intake

July 2020

Indicative Annual Fee 2020

AUD$29,900

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