The Melbourne Business School prestigious MBA program has a long record of producing outstanding senior executives, able to lead and manage across private, public and government organisations.
The one-year, full-time MBA is an intensive experience, designed for maximum career impact. Fast paced and challenging, it provides more than the traditional MBA toolkit. While fully developing your business knowledge, you also gain a tight network of inspiring and supportive peers, an adaptive mindset, resilience and the ability to absorb and apply learnings quickly.
Students will develop skills and outlook at every turn through the unique Personal Effectiveness Program, which provides leadership and career development, and regular exposure to CEOs and leaders via integrated Entrepreneurial Mindset and other opportunities to work on real business problems.
MBA students may apply to go on an exchange with one of Melbourne Business School’s international partner schools – recent exchanges have been to schools such as Kellogg School of Management at Northwestern University, HKUST, Fuqua School of Business at Duke University.
One review on “MBA Program – University of Melbourne – Melbourne Business School”
This is Australia’s leading university. I have many direct experiences with The University of Melbourne, and anyone giving it unfavourable reviews, is, in my opinion, suffering from sour grapes. It’s a difficult university to get into and to maintain a place, but it does not discriminate on the basis of age, nationality, disability – or any of the other biases it’s been accused of. If you get the marks to enter the university at whatever level, they will grant you a place. It’s not based on any other kind of elitism – that idea is just non-sensical and non-factual. The university does take into account the circumstances of disadvantaged students by lowering the entry ATAR score for undergraduate degrees.