[h2]MBA Programmes in Australia[/h2]
MBA stands for Master of Business Administration. This program originates from the United States, and it introduces the students to various parts of Business like Accounting, Finance, Marketing and many more. In Australia MBA can be taken full-time, part-time and even online. There are eight locations were you can find the MBA program being Sidney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Perth, Adelaide, Canberra, Tasmania Darwin and many others.
Full-time MBA programs are found in different universities:
•Australian Catholic University, Bond University, Monash University, Charles Darwin University and many others offer MBA as a full-time program.
Part-time MBA programs are found in the following Universities:
•Queensland University of Technology, University of Adelaide, University of South Australia and many others.
Central Queensland University, Deakin University, University of New England and many other universities offer the MBA program online.
The Top Ten MBA Rankings for 2013 are:
1. Australian Graduate School of Management
2. Melbourne Business School
3. Macquarie Graduate School of Management
4. Brisbane Graduate School of Business
5. University of Queensland
6. University of Adelaide
7. Curtin University of Technology
8. University of Technology Sydney
9. University of South Australia (International GSM)
10. RMIT University
Australian Graduate School of Management is the first business school to be given and AACSB accreditation. It is the best in Australia and position 36 in the world. The fees are A$60, 960. The intake is annual intake is in January, and the application deadline is in October, and the program takes 16 months. It has different specializing schools like Accounting, Banking & Financing, Economics, Marketing and many others.
University of South Australia has three MBA formats being, The General Management MBA, Specialized MBA and Elective based MBA. The study year is divided into four periods being January, April, July and September. In the General Management the core courses are The Law for Managers, Managerial Finance, International Business and many others. In the Specialization section the courses are Managerial Finance, Accounting for Decision Making, The Law for Managers and many others.
Macquarie Graduate School of Management is the World’s top 100 of MBA schools and position 3 in Australia. They have 16 course units, 10 being foundational while 6 are elective. The foundational courses are Accounting for Management, Marketing Management, Operations Management and many others. If full time the course is completed in a year but if part time it can be completed in two to three years.
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