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  • QS Global RankQS Global Rankings
    Position in the QS World University Rankings: Global MBA Rankings 2018
    #101-110
  • DurationHow long it normally takes to complete the program.
    24 months
  • Avg. GMATAverage GMAT score for the program.
    680
  • Fee / Yr. (USD)Average cost of tuition fees per year.
    $60k-$70k

Part Time MBA Overview

Ranked among the world’s top 50 MBA program (The Economist Which MBA? 2014), an MGSM Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a transformational experience.

The program is designed to extend the knowledge, skills and experience of its students through the analysis of problems and challenges facing industries and organisations. Covering all key aspects of business management, the MGSM MBA curriculum is grounded in industry reality which, combined with a highly practical approach, bridges the gap between theory and ‘real world’ application.

As flexible as it is practical, over the course of 16 units, you can tailor your experience by selecting 6 elective units, enabling you to deepen your knowledge within certain field.

As one of Australia’s most connected business schools, MGSM partners with domestic and global firms to deliver a curriculum that is grounded in industry and reality. These business partnerships enable us to deliver highly innovative units such as the ‘Living Case Study’. This elective unit of study has seen MGSM students entrenched in management consulting projects for major organisations such as Siemens, British Telecom and Pfizer.

This program will challenge and ultimately transform you.

Program Highlights

Start Month
Jan|Mar|Jun|Sep
Class Size
35
Avg. Work Experience
9
Avg. Student Age
32
Int'l Students
30%
Women Students
40%

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