Indian students starting the Deakin University MBA (International) in 2014 will receive a 20 per cent tuition fee bursary on the initial eight units of study.
The bursary is valued at more than $5,500 based on current year MBA (International) fees and is automatically granted to all new Indian students commencing at the Deakin University Melbourne Burwood Campus.
“Our MBA (International) program is rated 5-stars by the Graduate Management Association of Australia,” said Professor Gael McDonald, Pro Vice-Chancellor of the Faculty of Business and Law.
“Prospects are bright for India, despite the ongoing global financial malaise. Based on recent media reports, the Indian economy is expected to grow by 5 per cent in 2012/2013.”
“Well-qualified business professionals will continue to be in great demand in India, and our MBA (I) program is amongst the best in the Australia, with a specific focus on real world learning and practical experiences.”
Associate Head of School for Learning and Programs, Associate Professor Wayne Binney said that the MBA (I) was a distinctive program with an emphasis on management skills required in a global business environment.
“We also offer a wide range of specialisations from Business Consulting, International Business to Marketing and Supply Chain Management. What’s more, our MBA (I) program is backed by flexible learning techniques and relevant industry research.”
Deakin University’s main MBA program, which requires relevant work experience for entry, was recently EPAS accredited by the European Foundation for Management Development. EPAS is an international quality benchmark for business programs worldwide. The Deakin MBA is one of only three accredited programs in Australia.