University of Western Australia Master of Business Administration / Master of International Commercial Law (MBA)

    Detailed Information
    Business School/Provider University of Western Australia Business School, University of Western Australia
    Duration 2 years Full-time
    Course Code/CRICOS 43540/088011C
    Delivery Mode Delivered on-campus at University of Western Australia Business School
    Commencements January
    2019 Fees $122,500 Domestic
    $122,500 International

    University of Western Australia MBA and Master of International Commercial Law Course Overview

    In just two years, students can graduate with two master’s degrees. The University of Western Australia MBA and Master of International Commercial Law full time intensive gives students outstanding preparation for getting the job you want. In addition, the Master of International Commercial Law will give students invaluable knowledge in this area.

    University of Western Australia MBA and Master of International Commercial Law Course Structure

    University of Western Australia MBA and Master of International Commercial Law candidates are required to complete all MBA program units to achieve 54 points.

    MBA units include:

    • ACCT5602 Accounting – 6 points
    • BUSN5000 Leading Self and Others: Leadership Challenge – 0 points
    • ECON5503 Economic Management and Strategy – 6 points
    • FINA5530 Managerial Finance – 6 points
    • MGMT5501 Organisational Behaviour – 6 points
    • MGMT5502 Strategic Analysis and Consulting Project – 12 points
    • MGMT5513 Data Driven Decision Making – 6 points
    • MGMT5521 Operations and Strategic Supply Chain Management – 6 points
    • MKTG5550 Marketing Principles – 6 points

    All students must then take International Commercial Law unit(s).

    Students with a recognised law degree must take:

    • LAWS5250 Foundations of International Commercial Law – 6 points

    Students without a recognised Law degree must take:

    • LAWS5227 Foundations of Law and Governance – 6 points
    • LAWS5250 Foundations of International Commercial Law – 6 points

    All students take International Commercial Law units to a minimum value of 24 points and a maximum value of 36 points from Group A. Students with a recognised Law degree, take unit(s) from Group B to complete the remainder of points (6–18). Students without a recognised Law degree, take units from Group C to complete the remainder of points (0–12).

    What University of Western Australia Says

    OurMBA and Master of International Commercial Law Full Time Intensive includes a personalised Leadership Development Program developed by world-class Leadership Faculty and one-on-one mentoring from a senior industry figure. You’ll also receive careers coaching and workshops and work on a Strategic Analysis and Consulting Project for one of our partner organisations. The Master of International Commercial Law provides a solid foundation in areas of law relating to trade, sales, shipping and finance. You’ll then specialise in areas such as WTO law, commercial arbitration, comparative law and Australian financial transactions law and regulation.

    Accreditation

    UWA Business School is accredited internationally by the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) International.

    Entry Requirements

    To be considered for admission to this course an applicant must have:

    • A bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent qualification, as recognised by UWA, and
    • A valid Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score, and at least three years of relevant, documented professional experience, or a valid GMAT score of at least 650, and
    • At least two years of relevant, documented professional experience.

    GMAT scores are valid for five years.

    Scholarships

    https://study.uwa.edu.au/Fees-and-scholarships/find-a-scholarship

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