MBA Sydney

The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are two of the most iconic structures in the world.
The Sydney Opera House and Sydney Harbour Bridge are two of the most iconic structures in the world.

Sydney is the capital of New South Wales, Australia’s most populous State and home to a number of MBA Sydney courses.

The city’s relaxed lifestyle, magnificent weather, beautiful beaches and long list of international tourism icons has made it one of the world’s most popular and recognisable destinations for tourists, business and students. The city’s universities attract thousands of students from around Australia and the world.

A winning combination of quality teaching, groundbreaking research and career-oriented training has seen Sydney develop a strong reputation as one of the world’s foremost educational cities.

Study in Sydney – Fast Facts

NSW is Australia’s largest State economy. In 2009-10, NSW’s gross state product was valued at $406.9 billion or about 31.7 per cent of Australia’s gross domestic product.

More than 57 per cent of the State’s working-age population is tertiary educated, the highest of all Australian States.

Sydney is ranked 10th in the world out of 221 cities reviewed in Mercer’s 2010 Worldwide Quality of Living Survey.

NSW is home to five of the top 100 academic institutions in the Asia Pacific, as ranked by the prestigious Shanghai Jiao Tong Academic Ranking of World Universities.

In December 2011, there were 152,388 international students enrolled in NSW tertiary courses, representing 37% of all tertiary student enrolments in Australia.

The are 11 universities in New South Wales, students study courses including medicine, law, ICT, engineering, science, commerce, humanities and the arts, at both undergraduate and postgraduate level. A wide range of on-campus clubs and organisations offer all students the opportunity to pursue their cultural, social and entertainment interests.

MBA’s available in New South Wales and Sydney include:

University of NSW (AGSM)

University of Technology Sydney

University of Sydney

University of Wollongong

University of Western Sydney

University of Newcastle

University of New England

Charles Sturt University

*Source – New South Wales Government – www.sydneyaustralia.com.au

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