University of Technology Sydney Advanced Master of Business Administration (Advanced MBA)

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    Detailed Information
    Business School/Provider UTS Business School, University of Technology Sydney
    Duration 1 years Full-time
    2 years Part-time
    Course Code/CRICOS C04367/098170E
    Delivery Mode Delivered on-campus at UTS City Campus
    Commencements Autumn & Spring sessions
    2019 Fees $16,445 Domestic
    $19,960 International

    UTS MBA (Advanced) Course Overview

    The UTS Advanced MBA is a one-year program, co-developed, co-designed and co-delivered with industry partners from a range of sectors and organisations. It focuses on the development of the future of work skills: problem solving, critical thinking, digital literacy, communication, critical analysis, collaboration, and leadership. It has an innovative and adaptable structure that combines knowledge-developing short, focused subjects offered in blended mode with three project-based studios that enable learner-focused, experiential learning and intensive industry engagement, including coaching and mentoring.

    The studios feature digital labs that introduce students to the key digital tools and methodologies needed to successfully operate in a digital environment and drive digital strategies. The Advanced MBA is bookended by two leadership labs which focus on assessing and developing students’ leadership skills, emotional and cultural intelligence and ability to lead a diverse workforce in intensive coaching and mentoring sessions.

    The program introduces students to tools and methodologies from a range of disciplines by working with academics and industry experts from business, technological and social sciences backgrounds. This enables students to address creatively complex challenges and opportunities.

    UTS MBA (Advanced) Course Structure

    The course totals 72 credit points and consists of 15 compulsory core subjects. Each of the leadership labs and satellite subjects are 3 credit points, totalling 36 credit points. The three studio subjects are 12 credit points each, making up the remaining 36 credit points.

    • 21949 Challenge/Opportunity Discovery – 12 points
    • 21950 Challenge/Opportunity Design – 12 points
    • 21951 Challenge/Opportunity Delivery – 12 points
    • 24748 Delivering Customer Value – 3 points
    • 21953 Decision Making Under Uncertainty – 3 points
    • 21954 Sustainable Enterprise in Dynamic Systems – 3 points
    • 21955 Innovative Strategies – 3 points
    • 21956 Leadership Lab 1 – 3 points
    • 21957 Leadership Lab 2 – 3 points
    • 21958 Managing Technological Descriptions – 3 points
    • 23707 Philosophy, Politics and Economics – 3 points
    • 21960 People and the Future of Work – 3 points
    • 21961 Transition Management – 3 points
    • 22788 Accounting Practices and Tools – 3 points
    • 25720 Applied Financial Management – 3 points

    Total 72

    All subjects are taught in intensive mode over full Fridays and Saturdays, which means students can keep working while they study, applying what they learn right away on their jobs; weekly sessions are only scheduled for in-class assessments and group coaching and mentoring sessions.

    What UTS Says

    The UTS Advanced MBA introduces students to tools and methodologies from a range of disciplines by working with academics and industry experts from business, technological and social sciences backgrounds. This enables students to address creatively complex challenges and opportunities. The Advanced MBA is designed for professionals wishing to upskill and advance their careers. Students also engage with an extensive network of adjuncts and industry partners who facilitate sessions and coach and mentor students a cohort model fostering the development of lasting relationships with like-minded peers.

    Accreditation

    The University of Technology Sydney and UTS Business School holds AACSB Accreditation.

    Entry Requirements

    Applicants must have completed a UTS recognised bachelor’s degree, or an equivalent or higher qualification, or submitted other evidence of general and professional qualifications that demonstrates potential to pursue graduate studies.

    Applicants also require:

    • A minimum grade point average (GPA) of 2.75 out of 4 with less than 10 per cent fail grades, or
    • A Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) overall minimum score of 550

    And

    • A minimum of at least four years’ relevant work experience.

    Applicants with a relevant graduate certificate must have completed it with at least a credit average. Applicants applying with a GMAT should achieve an overall minimum score of 550 with verbal 25, quantitative 35 and AWA 4.0.

    All applicants are required to attend an interview with the director of the Advanced MBA.

    The English proficiency requirement for international students or local applicants with international qualifications is:

    • Academic IELTS: 7.0 overall with a writing score of 6.5; or
    • TOEFL: paper based: 584-609 overall, internet based: 94-101 overall with a writing score of 24; or
    • AE6: Pass; or PTE: 65-72 overall with a writing score 58; or CAE: 185-190 with a writing score 176.

    Eligibility for admission does not guarantee offer of a place.

    International students Visa requirement

    To obtain a student visa to study in Australia, international students must enrol full time and on campus. Australian student visa regulations also require international students studying on student visas to complete the course within the standard full-time duration. Students can extend their courses only in exceptional circumstances.

    Scholarships

    https://www.uts.edu.au/future-students/find-a-course/master-business-administration

    Contact Information
    Haymarket Campus, New South Wales 2000
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