University of South Australia International Master of Business Administration Supply Chain Management (MBA)

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    Business School/Provider University of South Australia Business School
    Duration 2 years full-time
    4 years part-time
    Course Code/Cricos DMIN/091995J
    Delivery Mode On campus & online
    Commencements February, July
    2019 Fees $57,000 Domestic
    $68,200 International

    University of South Australia International Master of Business Administration Supply Chain Management Course Overview

    This two-year MBA provides professionals with the advanced knowledge and management skills for international business. It does not require previous work experience.

    You will learn about business strategy, international trade, global marketing across borders and managing across cultures. Courses are designed in consultation with industry professionals, so you’ll learn through real-life case studies and develop the knowledge and expertise you need to address today’s global business challenges.

    University of South Australia International Master of Business Administration Supply Chain Management Course Structure

    This degree comprises 16 courses and several electives. You will start with seven core courses common to all specialisations in the International MBA. Through these you will develop advanced skills and expertise in areas of international management including:

    • the global business environment
    • people leadership and performance
    • economic principles for business
    • issues in international trade

    You will then move into your supply chain management specialisation studying areas such as global supply chain management, integrated logistics management, and managing sustainable value chains. You will also complete your study with a capstone course in strategy and ethics.

    What the University of South Australia Says

    Are you an early-career professional looking to progress your career in an international business context?

    This degree will develop your knowledge of the global business environment and enable you to maximise your career development opportunities and employment prospects. You will benefit from a range of experience-based learning opportunities, including overseas study and business mentoring by a senior business leader through the Executive Partners Program.

    Your studies will focus on international business strategy, international trade, global marketing, and managing across cultures – the knowledge you will need to accelerate your career as a business professional in an international context.

    Entry Requirements

    Applicants are required to have one of the following:

    A completed bachelor degree from a recognised higher education institution or equivalent; or
    A completed graduate diploma from a recognised higher education institution; or
    A completed graduate certificate from a recognised higher education institution.

    Applicants who have:
    -completed a bachelor degree in a business discipline; or
    -completed a bachelor degree which includes a major in business, commerce, marketing or management; or
    -completed a graduate certificate in a business discipline,
    are eligible to enter the program with 0.5 EFTSL (18 units) Advanced Standing and complete the program in 1.5 years of full-time study or equivalent part-time study.

    Accreditation

    The University of South Australia Business School is one of just nine institutions in Australia and 176 globally to be accredited by EQUIS.

    Scholarships

    http://i.unisa.edu.au/students/scholarships/

    Price Range
    $56,952.00 to $68,230.00
    Features
    International Student
    Online
    On-campus
    Contact Information
    North Terrace, South Australia 5000
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