The University of Melbourne: Melbourne Business School ×

Accreditation: AACSB, EQUIS

Location: Melbourne, Australia

Current program rank (FT) 69

Tuition fees AUD 103,500 (€ 62,356)

Length (months) 18

Program type Executive MBA

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Program description:

Designed for managers with the ambition to challenge for greater responsibility and more senior positions, the Executive MBA program provides the right platform to enhance executive capabilities. The EMBA program is a rich learning environment that accommodates the understandable time constraints of managers. Completed over 18 months, it consists of 17 x 4-day weekend residential modules and one week-long overseas module in Asia. You return to your workplace between these weekends to apply your new insights, knowledge and skills, providing immediate return on investment for you and your employer throughout the program.

  • Size of the class: 65
Browse other programs by this school: Full-time MBA

Admission requirements:

  • Language Test: TOEFL 102 (minimum), IELTS 7 (minimum)
  • Age
  • Experience
  • Managerial experience
  • Other: To apply, you will need to provide: *A CV, showing a minimum five years’ management experience, gained after graduating from an undergraduate degree, in any organisation or industry. *Certified copies of Bachelor and/or Master degree transcripts, which should include subjects completed, marks achieved and proof of completion. *Applicants without formal tertiary qualifications should contact the Executive MBA Programs Office to discuss alternative entry criteria. *Certified copy of citizenship, for example, copy of passport or birth certificate. *Personal statements relating to your goals and how you can contribute to the program. *The names and contact details of two professional referees. *An excellent command of English (copy of IELTS or TOEFL score, where required). *A Graduate Management Admissions Test, which may be required if you have not completed previous tertiary study. (GMAT is the worldwide standard in aptitude assessment for admission to postgraduate management programs.


  • Current rank: 69 (Financial Times), 41 (The Economist)
  • 3 year average rank: 64 (Financial Times)


  • Male/Female students: 71% / 29%
  • International students: 39%
  • Female faculty: 31%
  • International faculty: 68%
  • Women on board: 19%
  • International board: 20%
  • Financial Times: International course experience rank: 75

Alumni today:
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  • Alumni salary today: $ 185,131
  • Salary increase: 44%
  • Career progress rank: 49
  • Alumni aims achieved: 73%
  • Job title/ Professional role/ Function:

Career progress:

  • Faculty quality: 51.00
  • Student quality: 34.00
  • Development experience: 45.00
  • Student rating of faculty: 4.30
  • Student rating of alumni effectiveness: 3.70
  • Student rating of culture and classmates: 4.50


  • Full-time faculty with PhD: 96%
  • Annual intake: 67

Educational background:

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