|Business School/Provider||University of Adelaide Business School|
|Duration||1.5 years full-time
3 years part-time
|Delivery Mode||On campus|
|Commencements||January, May & September|
|2019 Fees||$61,500 Domestic
University of Adelaide Master of Business Administration Course Overview
The Adelaide MBA is student-focused, with maximum flexibility to suit the needs of busy professionals. You will:
-build professional relationships and networks
-gain advanced problem-solving, analytical and critical thinking skills
-develop strong leadership skills necessary for driving innovation and positive change within organisations
-cultivate a global outlook, strategic mindset, and the ability to see the bigger picture
-understand the management of critical business functions through coursework including finance, accounting, economics and marketing.
There are also opportunities for international exchanges at world-leading business schools.
University of Adelaide Master of Business Administration Course Structure
The MBA structure consists of nine core course subjects plus two MBA course elective subjects.
What the University of Adelaide Says
We are living in a world that is at times volatile, unexpected and ambiguous. It is essential that current and future leaders be equipped to deal with complex problems in a systemic, integrated and collaborative fashion.
Our Master of Business Administration (MBA) creates leaders who can deliver on the demands of an increasingly complex world, as demonstrated by our broad network of alumni in the business community.
To be eligible for entry into the Adelaide MBA, you must meet the following criteria: With a completed bachelor’s degree from the University of Adelaide (or equivalent degree from another tertiary institution), you must have a minimum of two years relevant work experience. Without a completed bachelor’s degree: you must achieve a satisfactory GMAT Test score of 500, and have at least seven years relevant work experience. Applicants may be required to provide essays and/or attend an interview as part of their MBA application.