|Business School/Provider||Sydney Business School, University of Wollongong|
|Duration||2 years Part-time|
|Delivery Mode||Delivered on-campus at Sydney Business School|
|Commencements||Trimester 1, 2, 3|
|2020 Fees||$71,652 Domestic|
University of Wollongong EMBA Course Overview
The University of Wollongong EMBA delivers an integrated suite of sophisticated theoretical and professional capabilities for executives, those aspiring to executive positions, and entrepreneurs. The program develops the skills needed to respond to the dynamic business environment through identifying, implementing and managing best business practices through all stages of business and professional life cycles.
University of Wollongong EMBA Course Structure
University of Wollongong EMBA candidates are required to complete 7 subjects (84 credit points):
- EMBA900 Leadership in the Contemporary Business Environment – 12 points
- EMBA901 Managing New Business Ventures and Opportunities – 12 points
- EMBA902 Managing Businesses in Growth – 12 points
- EMBA903 Managing Mature Businesses – 12 points
- EMBA904 Managing Business for Regeneration or Termination – 12 points
- EMBA905 International Business and Market Analysis – 12 points
- EMBA906 Business Consultancy Report – 12 points
What University of Wollongong Says
The University of Wollongong EMBA has been designed to teach leadership skills, and approaches are enhanced to enable effective responses to the management of all business models. Graduates are equipped to be innovative, visionary and strategic in the delivery of customer-driven outcomes. To allow senior managers to manage their work and study commitments, the program is taught in an intensive mode over long weekends, including a residential weekend and an intensive offshore study tour.
A degree equivalent to an Australian Bachelor. An average mark of 60% is required, plus 5 years of senior management work experience. In exceptional cases, candidates who are able to demonstrate senior executive work experience will be considered for admission to the program on an individual basis. All students are required to have an interview with the Executive MBA Course Director to be approved for entry into the course.