Torrens’ MBA program offers 20% scholarships

TUA-Banner-0020Australia’s newest comprehensive university, Torrens University Australia, has announced 20 per cent scholarships for the September intake of its 2014 Master of Business Administration (MBA) program.

The university’s MBA is designed to provide experienced business professionals with flexible study options to enhance their knowledge, skills and career prospects. The MBA can be studied on campus, online or a combination of both.

The MBA has a practical and interdisciplinary focus with the themes of teamwork, sound and ethical decision making, and strategic planning being key features.

They will develop the cognitive, technical and creative skills to make effective business decisions in a global context and develop the leadership and team-building skills necessary to manage in dynamic 21st century organisations.

Graduates will also acquire research skills that will equip them to interpret and evaluate theoretical propositions and business-related data.

The MBA is a nested program that builds on a foundation of business fundamental courses that comprise the Graduate Certificate. The Graduate Certificate and the Graduate Diploma are both exit and entry points in the MBA. The MBA culminates in a capstone research project where research skills are consolidated and applied.

As Australia’s 40th comprehensive University, Torrens University Australia aims to deliver an innovative environment for learning that is culturally diverse and career-oriented with a global perspective. The university offers undergraduate, postgraduate and higher degree by research programs for study on campus, online or a mix of both. Torrens is part of Laureate International Universities, a leading international network of more than 75 innovative higher education institutions teaching more than 850,000 students in 29 countries and online.

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