MBA 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/ Sat, 06 May 2017 05:23:35 +0000 Joomla! 1.5 - Open Source Content Management en-gb Australian MBA http://www.australia.edu/MBA/australian-mba.html http://www.australia.edu/MBA/australian-mba.html An Australian Masters of Business Administration (MBA) is an internationally respected degree that will enhance your earning potential and career opportunities around the globe. An MBA from one of Australia’s well-regarded business schools is a clear display of expertise in business and management, and a keen understanding of international business practices and policies.


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There are countless reasons for obtaining an Australian MBA, both on a professional and personal level; however, in an effort to emphasize just a few of the reasons that an Australian MBA is an excellent educational choice, here are some of the top reasons to pursue an Australian MBA:

1. Employers recognize Australian MBAs as a symbol of quality business management education mixed with knowledge and experience in the international marketplace.

2. Australian MBA programs are among the most prestigious, globally-recognized management programs in the world.

3. Australia offers unique, culturally diverse learning opportunities that cannot be found elsewhere.

4. Australian MBA programs are typically less expensive than their U.S. or UK counterparts, with programs that range from 16 months to 3 years and offer part- or full-time options to fit your schedule.

5. Australia is home to a distinctive, thriving international business community well-versed in global trends, which offers you the opportunity to expand your business and management skills in an unmatched learning environment.


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6. Because of both the prestige of its business schools and all that the country has to offer, Australia attracts esteemed faculty members who are top business and management professionals from around the globe.

7. Obtaining an Australian MBA will significantly increase your earning potential and expand your international employment opportunities.

8. Studying business and management in Australia provides a unique education that blends both Eastern and Western business practices.

As you can see, obtaining an Australian MBA is an excellent choice for your education and your career. Regardless of which area of business administration you wish to enter, an Australian MBA provides a solid educational foundation for your professional future.

Australia offers an unmatched blend of superior educational opportunities and opportunities to explore the diverse geography, history and culture that are unique to this continent. Because of this, obtaining an Australian MBA is about more than just learning in a classroom, it is about promoting professional growth and honing your management skills, while also expanding your global perspective and adding to your overall life experience.


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Guidance For Choosing A MBA Program http://www.australia.edu/MBA/guidance-for-choosing-a-mba-program.html http://www.australia.edu/MBA/guidance-for-choosing-a-mba-program.html Deciding on the right MBA program can be a daunting task. Over 30 schools in Australia offer MBA programs. An MBA can cost considerable time and money to complete, so how do you pick a school that is right for you? Here are some points to consider:

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Find out if the business school is accredited by a higher learning commission. One such commission is the Association of Masters in Business Administration (AMBA). Another accrediting body is the AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business) International. Accreditation indicates that the business school sets and maintains high standards of learning.

Performance

Local publications and magazines will rank top performing MBA schools based on factors such as admission requirements, faculty-to-student ratio, GPA, and so on. Go to your local library and find out which business schools are rated better than others.
 

 

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Career Assistance

Find out if the business school offers job placement assistance, internships, and career development services. Also, check if the school faculty members hold positions in industry.

Cost/Financial Aid

Consider all the expenses involved with attending a particular business school, including tuition, housing, books, and transportation. If you will be taking a leave of absence from work, figure in the loss of wages too. Find out if the school offers any financial assistance or scholarships.

Flexibility

If you work full- or part-time, you will most likely take courses at nights or on weekends. See if your required classes are available during these times. Even if you are a traditional student, determine whether you can start classes immediately; some schools don't offer courses for every semester or quarter.

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You will have an easier time taking classes and engaging in school activities if you are closer to campus and not encumbered by traffic or other obstacles. Visit the business school and determine whether its location is good for you and your possible commute.

Facilities

Does the school have sufficient computer lab space, library resources, and audio-visual materials? If you miss a class, can the school provide it online? Determining these matters ahead of time will save you much frustration later on.

Culture

Find out if the school culture is suitable for you. Are the students relaxed, or is everyone rushed, with no time to talk to or help you? School culture can have a significant impact on the quality of your learning experience.

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Australia is one of the top study destinations for international students seeking a MBA. The reasons why an Australian MBA is at the top of the list for so many international students are listed below:

                 · Facilities and excellent support

                 · Great exposure to Australian business

                         · Wide range of electives offered by various institutes

                         · Some of the world finest Educational MBA programs

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Melbourne city lights at night The Melbourne Institute calculated an increase of a 31% jump in salary for the 2002-2004 graduates. Another impressive statistic came from the AGSM or Australian Graduate School of Management which said that the average salary of a student before obtaining his or her MBA was $43,000 and five years after earning his or her Australian MBA they were earning up to $157,000. Just looking at an MBA from a business standpoint, it has shown to be a good investment.

Different types of MBA

There are different types of MBA programs in Australia. The AGSM offers a full-time MBA that can be completed over a 16 month period. They also offer an Executive MBA Program, a part-time program, and a online Graduate Certificate in the Change Management.

A full time MBA at the Melbourne Business School can be completed over a 16 or 20 month time frame. Part time MBA takes 3 years. Post graduate diploma can be completed in a 16 month period. Most Universities offer full and part time MBA programs.

 

 

 

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Is a Australian MBA worth the long term cost? http://www.australia.edu/MBA/is-a-australian-mba-worth-the-long-term-cost.html http://www.australia.edu/MBA/is-a-australian-mba-worth-the-long-term-cost.html Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 FundamMBA student presentating his final projectental skills Personal Experience


Brad Stevenson who graduated with an MBA from the Geck School of Management in 2005 explains what he got out of his MBA.

A lot of prospective MBA students look at getting an MBA to increase their yearly income and base their decision on a cost/benefit situation, but for me an MBA gave me a nice career break after 12 years at work and a opportunity to go back and learn some new fundamental skills like the following:

 

 

 


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     · Communicating effectively

  · Filtering ideas

  · Organizing

  · Negotiating

  · Persuading other people

  · Maximizing time

I have earned more money by obtaining an MBA, but I have to say it didn't just come from my MBA degree. Before, I was a Maniacal engineer who got a promotion to move up to management. The only problem was that I had no experience in management.
My MBA gave me the essential tools and skills to work in a management position. Now I have obtained a new job at a larger company managing four times the amount of employees.

The MBA gave Stevenson the right confidence to manage at a much larger level then compared to his previous job.

When I started my new job after obtaining my MBA, the company that hired me was restructuring the business and was going though major changes. Coming out of MBA School, I brought energy and new ideas for my company to consider. I brought in consultants and since I knew how to speak their language, we were on the same page and dealt with the issues on hand.

Mr. Stevenson wants to tell future MBAs to have an open mind about MBA school and know that you will have a range of useful experiences throughout your MBA classes.

One might think that MBA school includes some of the following like learning new skills and enhancing your knowledge of your studied field, but some might not realize that MBA school can challenge the way you think.

I learned models such as the Foundations of Management Thought, Philosophy Thinking Strategies, and Psychology Applied to Managerial Skills. You will face challenging assumptions about yourselves and others that for me concluded in a positive life changing experience.

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