QUT Executive MBA

Detailed Information
Course CodeGS50
Duration23 months Part-time
CommencementsJanuary
2020 Fees$73,728 Domestic

Course Overview

The QUT MBA has been designed to provide students with a flexible and practical pathway to complete their degree with a strong emphasis on entrepreneurship, innovation, strategy and global leadership. The QUT MBA is taught at dedicated, modern facilities at the picturesque Gardens Point campus in the Brisbane CBD. The School has established a partnership with PricewaterhouseCoopers (PwC) and QUT’s MBA programs are recognised by The CEO Institute as the first to meet the academic standard for certification as a Certified CEO (CCEO). The QUT MBA is one of the country’s most accredited and highly-ranked MBA’s. The QUT Business School is one of less than 60 business schools worldwide to have triple accreditation by the world’s leading accrediting bodies. It is also one of only two schools in Australia to be accredited by the UK-based Association of MBAs.

Course Structure

The MBA program is made up four components that build on each other to provide you with an integrated and multi-disciplinary curriculum to equip you to take on the challenges and opportunities of a complex business environment. Each MBA unit of 6 credit points is delivered in a seven-week module (six weeks teaching with final assessment in week seven).

What the university says

Applicants may be required to attend an interview with the MBA Director to demonstrate relevant work experience. A minimum 3 years full-time post degree work experience with minimum of 2 years relevant professional work experience and 1 year minimum supervisory/management experience; and Submit two completed referee report forms Applicants may also be required to attend an interview with the MBA Director to demonstrate relevant work experience.

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Contact Information
QUT Gardens Point Campus, Brisbane CBD, Queensland 4000
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