|Business School/Provider||ANU College of Business and Economics|
|Duration||1.5 years full-time
3 years part-time
|Delivery Mode||On campus|
|2021 Fees||$46,152 Domestic
MBA Graduates from ANU have been rated as Australia’s most employable graduates and among the most sought after by employers worldwide. The Master of Business Administration (MBA) program provides middle managers to integrate their prior learning and experience with essential business and management knowledge and skills to move into senior management roles. It allows to create opportunities and novel solutions to organisational challenges.
ANU has been rated as Australia’s top university for getting a job for the fourth year in a row by the Latest Global Employability University Ranking, published by the Times Higher Ranking. The programs are focused to prepare you to gain real-world insights through access to academic and industry experts.
You will be able to evaluate and synthesise evidence to inform decision making, adapt complex and uncertain situations, work effectively with others to resolve challenges, engage, inform and influence stakeholders and incorporate the influence of a changing global environment.
The MBA degree requires the completion of 72 units (48 units on the first year and 24 units on the rest), which must consist of the following courses:
Management Core Specialisation
Management Essentials Specialisation
Business Essentials Specialisation
Minimum 5 years work experience (including at least 3 years documented management experience), with one of the following qualifications/test:
A Bachelor degree or international equivalent with minimum GPA of 5.0/7.0.
Or: An ANU Graduate Certificate of Management with minimum GPA of 5.0/7.0.
Or: A minimum GMAT (Graduate Management Admission Test) score of 600 or higher.
Or: A successfully completed Evidence-Based Management EdX MicroMasters, achieving at least 70% in the final capstone exam.
The Master of Business Administrative is highly competitive and has a limit on the number of enrolments in each academic year. Thus, meeting the minimum criteria does not guarantee a program offer.