The La Trobe MBA (Advanced) offers an extended MBA program. The program comprises 16 subjects and provides students with a cutting-edge general management and business education with a focus on the Principles for Responsible Management Education (PRME) and its Personal and Professional Skills Development (PPSD) platform. The program builds on a long tradition of flexible delivery with two intakes per year, different delivery modes to suit different student needs (standard and flexible options) and teaching times in the evening, weekends, block modes and ability to take subjects online. You will have the opportunity to study overseas, undertake an internship or select a research pathway.
Australian Bachelors degree or approved international equivalent, with a minimum of three years relevant managerial experience. If you have more than eight years of relevant managerial experience but do not have an undergraduate degree, you may still be considered for professional entry.
Minimum advanced standing requirements
In making an offer of advanced standing to an applicant, the University may give consideration to a range of factors including English proficiency, academic record and/or evidence of employment experience.
The La Trobe MBA (Advanced) comprises 16 subjects totalling 240 credit points. Additionally there are two core professional experiences: E-Portfolio (24-hour time requirement) and Boardroom Simulation (24-hour time requirement). You must complete the two core professional experiences to fulfil the degree requirements. However, they are not credit-bearing, nor fee-bearing.
- Medium Language English
- Country Australia
One review on “La Trobe University – La Trobe Business School”
La Trobe University, which was named after the state’s first Lieutenant-Governor, Sir Charles Joseph La Trobe, was established in 1964 and officially opened on 8 March 1967 when teaching commenced with some 500 students. The main campus buildings were designed by Melbourne architecture firm, Yuncken Freeman and are connected by a series of raised walkways. The Bundoora campus is the largest university campus in the Southern Hemisphere and has many facilities such as restaurants, bars, shops, banks and an art gallery. It also has three on-campus residential colleges: Menzies, Glenn and Chisholm. La Trobe University offers subjects and courses ranging from science, health and engineering to arts, social sciences and commerce.
I like the design and layout of the Bundoora campus the core of which is separated from surrounding areas by an outer ring ‘moat’ of car parking and an open space network of parks, water and recreation areas. Also, with a pedestrian network at both ground and first floor levels, most academic functions are within five minutes walk and are centred around the Library and major lecture theatres.