The Adelaide MBA empowers you to better deal with the complex issues of management in a rapidly changing business environment. We emphasise the development of abilities to:
Master leadership skills Understand the functional interrelationships between different areas of an organisation and the broader interaction of the organisation with its environment Recognise and act effectively on problems and opportunities confronting an organisation Coordinate and apply an organisation's financial, physical, technological and human resource in pursuit of important objectives Understand and communicate effectively with people inside and outside an organisation Evaluate current management policies and practices to develop new ways to improve organisational effectiveness.
MBAs are a general management qualification accessible to people from all professions and transferrable into any industry or sector of the economy. The 12-month curriculum of the Adelaide MBA develops successful, thoughtful leaders and entrepreneurs who create value for their organisations and their communities. Students in the program come from a wide variety of disciplines, professional backgrounds and cultures.
The University of Adelaide Business School seeks to provide a solid grounding in academic disciplines relevant to management. Students will acquire the conceptual and analytical abilities they need to make and carry decisions at a senior management level.
There are two pathways into the Adelaide MBA program: An undergraduate degree, minimum Graduate Management Admission Test (GMAT) score of 550, and a minimum of three years or longer professional or managerial work experience. 7 years professional or managerial work experience and a minimum GMAT score of 550 for entry into the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration. Upon completion of the Graduate Certificate students may be eligible to enter the Graduate Diploma in Business Administration, followed by the Adelaide MBA.
Recipient: University of Adelaide
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