|Business School/Provider||Monash Business School, Monash University|
|Duration||15 months full-time|
|Course Code/CRICOS||B6017/Monash University CRICOS Provider Number: 00008C|
|2019 Fees||$95,000 Domestic|
Monash University Global Executive Master of Business Administration Course Overview
The Monash Global Executive MBA is an intensive 15-month program for experienced managers, featuring international residential modules and a series of weekend modules.
The program addresses complex and challenging strategic problems and decisions in organisations. Each of the four program modules has a strategic theme: Foundation, Globalisation, Innovation and Transformation. Among the executive-oriented topics are Global Political Economy, Design Thinking, Sustainable Strategy in the 21st Century, Global Logistics and Operations, Corporate Governance and Executive Masterclasses.
Monash University Global Executive Master of Business Administration Course Structure
The Global Executive MBA is a fifteen-month course that is completed in four trimesters. The program comprises four modules, each focusing on a theme: Foundation, Globalisation, Innovation and Transformation.
Each module features a one-week residential unit plus a unit spread over blocks of intensive days at three-week intervals.
What Monash Says
The Global Executive MBA program introduces an entirely contemporary learning experience appropriate to an executive cohort.
The Monash Global Executive MBA program works closely with a wide range of partners in business and academia. Participants study at the leading business schools in Europe, Asia and America.
The Monash Global Executive MBA program features consulting projects in international markets for Australian businesses in leading-edge technology sectors.
Monash Business School is proud of its “triple crown” accreditation by the three leading accrediting bodies globally: AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA.
-An Australian bachelor’s degree or an equivalent qualification
-At least 10 years’ management experience
-Ability to contribute to executive-level learning.