MBA Programs Australian Education resources for international students including; Admissions, International Education, Study English Programs, MBA, Student Life, Travel, Study in australia, and free email accounts via australia mail http://www.australia.edu/MBA/MBA-Programs/feed/atom.html 2017-05-06T05:24:55Z Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management Overview: MBA In Australia 2009-03-05T00:50:37Z 2009-03-05T00:50:37Z http://www.australia.edu/MBA/overview-mba-in-australia.html Administrator admin@australia.edu <p><b>What is an MBA?</b><br /><br />The Masters of Business Administration degree, or MBA, has been steadily growing in popularity among graduate students over the last century. This popularity is probably related to the versatile, interdisciplinary nature of the degree and also to the needs of an emerging business oriented economy. In Australia alone there are approximately 40 different MBA programs (catering to 30,000 students) that have arisen since the University of Melbourne first offered a six week course in executive development in 1956.<br /><img title="melbourne mba school" alt="melbourne mba school" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/melbourne_mba_school.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/melbourne_mba_school.jpg" width="250" align="left" height="182"><br /><b></b></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><b></b>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>Who gets an MBA?</b></p> <p>Because the degree plan is often considered to encompass more big picture, organizational subject matter than specific technical information, the types of people that undertake this degree varies widely. In MBA programs you will find young and old, men and women, scientists and schoolteachers, artists and accountants; anyone who wants to better understand the complex nature of business organization and who needs to navigate and manage the institutions that they work within. <br /></p> <p><img title="higher salary for mba graduates" alt="higher salary for mba graduates" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/higher_salary_for_mba_graduates.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/higher_salary_for_mba_graduates.jpg" width="300" align="right" height="225"></p> <p><br /></p> <p><b>Why pursue an MBA?</b></p> <p>Most people come to an MBA program after several years of work experience. This degree is often used as a stepping stone to advancement within a chosen career but it can also lead to opportunities within other fields. For those who wish to move into management or to develop management skills, an MBA offers a background in all of these necessary skills. </p> <p>Even those who already have leadership experience and pursue an MBA for certification purposes only often find that they learn a great deal about the nature of business organization and leadership in general. An MBA can also simply be a way of keeping up with a changing business environment and is also a way to update the tools of an experienced manager who needs to hone the complex craft of administration.<br /><img title="mba students" alt="mba students" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_students.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/mba_students.jpg" width="275" align="left" height="219"><br /></p> <p><b>What is an MBA?</b><br /><br />The Masters of Business Administration degree, or MBA, has been steadily growing in popularity among graduate students over the last century. This popularity is probably related to the versatile, interdisciplinary nature of the degree and also to the needs of an emerging business oriented economy. In Australia alone there are approximately 40 different MBA programs (catering to 30,000 students) that have arisen since the University of Melbourne first offered a six week course in executive development in 1956.<br /><img title="melbourne mba school" alt="melbourne mba school" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/melbourne_mba_school.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/melbourne_mba_school.jpg" width="250" align="left" height="182"><br /><b></b></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><br /></p> <p><b></b>&nbsp;</p> <p><b>Who gets an MBA?</b></p> <p>Because the degree plan is often considered to encompass more big picture, organizational subject matter than specific technical information, the types of people that undertake this degree varies widely. In MBA programs you will find young and old, men and women, scientists and schoolteachers, artists and accountants; anyone who wants to better understand the complex nature of business organization and who needs to navigate and manage the institutions that they work within. <br /></p> <p><img title="higher salary for mba graduates" alt="higher salary for mba graduates" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/higher_salary_for_mba_graduates.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/higher_salary_for_mba_graduates.jpg" width="300" align="right" height="225"></p> <p><br /></p> <p><b>Why pursue an MBA?</b></p> <p>Most people come to an MBA program after several years of work experience. This degree is often used as a stepping stone to advancement within a chosen career but it can also lead to opportunities within other fields. For those who wish to move into management or to develop management skills, an MBA offers a background in all of these necessary skills. </p> <p>Even those who already have leadership experience and pursue an MBA for certification purposes only often find that they learn a great deal about the nature of business organization and leadership in general. An MBA can also simply be a way of keeping up with a changing business environment and is also a way to update the tools of an experienced manager who needs to hone the complex craft of administration.<br /><img title="mba students" alt="mba students" src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_students.jpg" mce_src="images/stories/mba_students.jpg" width="275" align="left" height="219"><br /></p> Australia’s Reputable MBA programs 2008-10-15T07:54:09Z 2008-10-15T07:54:09Z http://www.australia.edu/MBA/australias-reputable-mba-programs.html Administrator admin@australia.edu <P><B>Australian MBA programs</B><BR>There are about 20 organizations that offer MBA programs also known as Business Management programs, with most of them being hosted by the Australian universities.<BR></P> <P>The business schools in Australia work collaboratively with the government and certain industries in order to make sure that their curriculum is pertinent and applicable to the real world.&nbsp; Before you choose a program, make sure you do some research to figure out what kind of program best fits your interest and career goals.<BR><IMG title="Map of Australia" border=0 alt="Map of Australia" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/map_of_australia.gif" mce_src="images/stories/map_of_australia.gif"><BR>The wide variety of courses available, reputable professors and staff, unique quality of life, and inexpensive costs of living has made Australian one of the top destinations to study for international students who are looking for quality MBA opportunities.</P> <P><BR><STRONG>Reputation of Australian MBA's<BR></STRONG>A diploma from an Australian MBA program carries a lot of weight and standing in international business, particularly in Asia.&nbsp; This fact in addition to the Australia’s safety and its unique quality of life has made Australia a top destination for students looking to get an MBA.&nbsp; Australia’s proximity to Asia makes having an MBA that is tailored to that region of business is critical.&nbsp; This is now&nbsp; more important as there is an increasing trend of trading with Australia’s neighboring Asian nations.<BR></P> <P>Australia’s MBA programs are intended to teach students a broad set of business and management skills from numerous perspectives.&nbsp; The main focus of the MBA programs is on the real world application.<IMG title="MbA classroom" border=0 alt="MBA students sitting in the classroom" align=right src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_classroom.jpg" width=200 mce_src="images/stories/mba_classroom.jpg"><BR>What actually makes an MBA program worthwhile is not just the things you learn, but also the network of people you create and collaborate with in your future career.&nbsp; Most of the large Australian universities have MBA programs that last anywhere from 2 to 5 years.&nbsp; These programs can be taken either full-time or part-time, depending on your financial status or the conditions of the company you work for.</P> <P><BR>Explore this site to learn more about the different options you have available to you before deciding on an MBA program.<IMG title="MBA graduation certificate" border=0 alt="MBA graduation cap and certificate" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_graduation_certificate.jpg" width=350 mce_src="images/stories/mba_graduation_certificate.jpg"></P> <P><B>Australian MBA programs</B><BR>There are about 20 organizations that offer MBA programs also known as Business Management programs, with most of them being hosted by the Australian universities.<BR></P> <P>The business schools in Australia work collaboratively with the government and certain industries in order to make sure that their curriculum is pertinent and applicable to the real world.&nbsp; Before you choose a program, make sure you do some research to figure out what kind of program best fits your interest and career goals.<BR><IMG title="Map of Australia" border=0 alt="Map of Australia" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/map_of_australia.gif" mce_src="images/stories/map_of_australia.gif"><BR>The wide variety of courses available, reputable professors and staff, unique quality of life, and inexpensive costs of living has made Australian one of the top destinations to study for international students who are looking for quality MBA opportunities.</P> <P><BR><STRONG>Reputation of Australian MBA's<BR></STRONG>A diploma from an Australian MBA program carries a lot of weight and standing in international business, particularly in Asia.&nbsp; This fact in addition to the Australia’s safety and its unique quality of life has made Australia a top destination for students looking to get an MBA.&nbsp; Australia’s proximity to Asia makes having an MBA that is tailored to that region of business is critical.&nbsp; This is now&nbsp; more important as there is an increasing trend of trading with Australia’s neighboring Asian nations.<BR></P> <P>Australia’s MBA programs are intended to teach students a broad set of business and management skills from numerous perspectives.&nbsp; The main focus of the MBA programs is on the real world application.<IMG title="MbA classroom" border=0 alt="MBA students sitting in the classroom" align=right src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_classroom.jpg" width=200 mce_src="images/stories/mba_classroom.jpg"><BR>What actually makes an MBA program worthwhile is not just the things you learn, but also the network of people you create and collaborate with in your future career.&nbsp; Most of the large Australian universities have MBA programs that last anywhere from 2 to 5 years.&nbsp; These programs can be taken either full-time or part-time, depending on your financial status or the conditions of the company you work for.</P> <P><BR>Explore this site to learn more about the different options you have available to you before deciding on an MBA program.<IMG title="MBA graduation certificate" border=0 alt="MBA graduation cap and certificate" align=left src="http://www.australia.edu/images/stories/mba_graduation_certificate.jpg" width=350 mce_src="images/stories/mba_graduation_certificate.jpg"></P>