New Pharmacy-focussed MBA Builds Business Expertise

The Australasian College of Pharmacy is taking their healthcare professionals to the next business level with a new MBA program tailored to the industry.

The College has struck a special arrangement with The Universal Business School Sydney (UBSS) to offer the course package and learning plan to its members.

College Chief Executive Officer Dr. Dimitri Kopanakis said that the course was tailored to suit the lifestyles of pharmacy proprietors, pharmacists, managers and professionals.

“The MBA is tailored for the pharmacy industry and provides mentored support whether you need to develop management skills, business expertise, or you’re looking to build skills you might need as a future proprietor,” he said.

“Students will soon be able to enrol in a Graduate Certificate, Graduate Diploma or Master of Business Administration.

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“Their (UBSS) highly regarded MBA program has an executive delivery mode and provides students with access to the latest management theory and real-world insights across a range of subjects.

“Whether you want to gain more business qualifications, upskill or take the next career step, the College has a course for you.”

About Universal Business School Sydney

UBSS is an independent higher education provider based in the Sydney CBD. It was accredited by TEQSA in 2008 and has traditionally focussed on Bachelor of Business, Bachelor of Accounting and MBA programs. The UBSS MBA was accredited in 2014.

The UBSS MBA, in executive delivery mode, has been developed as an extension of the highly-successful UBSS MBA program and is accredited by the Certified Practising Accountant (CPA) Australia, the Institute of Public Accountants (IPA) and Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand.

UBSS also became the first higher education provider in New South Wales to provide students with fast-tracked access to the Institute of Managers and Leaders Australia and New Zealand’s (IML ANZ) Chartered Manager (CMgr) designation.

Doug Estwick
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