The Master of Business Administration (MBA) is a graduate degree for professionals with at least five years prior management experience. Designed to accelerate your career, the ANU MBA will expose students to the latest thinking from world-renowned experts, and insights from industry and government leaders. Joining an elite cohort of high performing middle managers, students in the ANU MBA will be prepared for the challenges of senior management roles in private, public and not-for-profit organisations.
Upon successful completion, graduates will have the knowledge and skills to:
Work experience requirements: Minimum 5 years work experience (including at least 3 years documented management experience). Education requirements: either (i) Bachelor degree or international equivalent with a credit average (GPA 5.0/7.0); (ii) GMAT score of 600 or more; or (iii) ANU Graduate certificate in management with a credit average (GPA 5.0/7.0). English requirements: applicants must also meet the University's English language admission requirements.
Annual indicative fee for domestic students is $33,888 in 2019. Annual indicative fee for international students in 2019 is $45,600. Please click on "more information" for the latest fee information. All applicants will also be considered for the Research School of Management MBA Scholarship. The School offers up to 30 fee-waiver scholarships to attract high-calibre students into the MBA and MBA (Advanced) programs.
The program consists of 72 units of compulsory courses (12 courses) and a 24-unit (four courses) optional thesis. High performing students with a distinction grade average will be invited to extend their MBA studies by undertaking a thesis component. Students who successfully complete the optional thesis component will be awarded an MBA (Advanced). Students completing the MBA (Advanced) can apply for direct entry into the ANU PhD program.
| ||Semester 1||Semester 2|
|Year 1||Evidence-based management
Managing in a global context
Marketing & stakeholder communication
Technology & project management
|Entrepreneurship & innovation
Leading people & change
|Year 2||Business economics
Foundations of finance
Financial reporting & analysis
Ethics and corporate sustainability