Last updated: 2023-02-04
Australian National University (ANU) is a public research university located in Canberra, Australia. The university’s business school, the ANU College of Business and Economics, offers a range of MBA programs, including a full-time MBA, a part-time MBA, and an executive MBA. The full-time MBA is a one-year program designed for recent graduates or professionals with up to three years of work experience. The part-time MBA can be completed on a part-time basis in two years, and the executive MBA is designed for experienced professionals looking to advance their careers.
Admission requirements for the MBA programs at ANU vary depending on the program. For the full-time MBA program, applicants are typically required to have a bachelor’s degree and a minimum of two years of work experience. The part-time MBA and executive MBA programs may have slightly different admission requirements and may require a higher level of work experience. GMAT scores are typically required for all MBA programs at ANU, although exceptions may be made on a case-by-case basis.
The study mode for the MBA programs at ANU is mostly on-campus, with some online components. The language of instruction is English, and the medium of instruction is English as well. The student body at ANU is diverse, with students coming from a variety of different countries and backgrounds.
ANU is accredited by the Australian Universities Quality Agency (AUQA), and its MBA programs have also been ranked highly by various ranking organizations, including the Financial Times and The Economist.
The university has a strong faculty with a range of expertise in different areas of business, and a strong alumni network, with graduates holding leadership positions in a variety of industries around the world.