Melbourne Business School (MBS)

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Our one-year, full-time MBA is an intensive experience, designed for maximum career impact. Fast paced and challenging from multiple perspectives, it gives you more than the traditional MBA toolkit. While fully developing your business knowledge, you also gain an adaptive mindset and the ability to absorb and apply learnings, build resilience and develop a tight network of inspiring and encouraging peers.
 
Together with our unique Personal Effectiveness Program, which provides leadership and career development, and regular exposure to visits from CEOs and business leaders via our integrated Entrepreneurial Mindset curriculum, you will receive support to develop your skills and outlook at every turn.
Immerse yourself in the world’s most liveable city, where you will thrive in a vibrant multicultural community and advanced economy with easy access to Asian markets. Our MBA will transform how you think about yourself and the world and empower you to become a global leader.

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MBS offered the first MBA in Australia in 1963

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MBS has over 15,000 alumni in over 70 countries

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Of the 2012 class, 88% had jobs within three months of graduation, and earned AU$120,310

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The Economist Intelligence Unit ranks Melbourne as the most liveable city in the world.

 

Since its establishment in 1954, Melbourne Business School has pioneered business education in Australia. 

The one to two year immersive program produces deep relationships with classmates and a strong understanding of key business issues. Melbourne provides an attractive destination, ranked the most liveable city in the world by the Economist Intelligence Unit for 7 years running. The city is considered the cultural capital of Australia and hosts many major sporting events, including the Australian Open Tennis Championship.

The school offers full-time, part-time, and executive MBA options. 

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  • The Rupert Murdoch Fellowship
  • Asian Development Bank-Japan Scholarship
  • The Harold Campbell-Pretty Scholarship
  • The Helen Macpherson Smith Fellowship
  • The Reid Malley Foundation Scholarship
  • The Hellenic Scholarship
  • Dean’s International Management Scholarship
  • The H.J. Heinz Scholarship
  • The John Clemenger Memorial Scholarship

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Application deadlines

  • 3rdRound – 31 March 2020 (international)
  • 4th Round – 30 April 2020 (domestic only)
  • 1st Round 2021 intake – 31 August 2020
  • 2nd Round 2021 intake – 31 December 2020

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  • FT Ranking: 76
  • FT Ranking Global MBA: 61
  • FT Ranking EMBA: 66
  • Economist FT Mba RANKING: 23
  • International Student Percentage: 81
  • Course Length: 12
  • Employed Graduates Percentage: 91
  • Salary Increase Percentage: 81
  • Average Gmat: 708
  • Accredited: AACSB EQUIS
  • Average Age: 30
  • Average Work Years: 5.6
  • Nationalities Count: 23
  • Businessweek Ranking: 93
  • Economist Ranking: 34