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The University of Melbourne: Melbourne Business School ×

Accreditation
AACSB, EQUIS
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Format
Executive
Accreditation
AACSB, EQUIS
Location
Melbourne, Australia
Format
Executive

Current program rank (FT)

82

Tuition fees

AUD 103,500

(€ 69,900)

Length (months)

18

Program name

Executive MBA

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Business school information

Melbourne Business School (MBS) is the graduate business school of the University of Melbourne, Victoria, Australia. MBS began teaching in 1955 when the University of Melbourne offered Australia’s first residential executive education program in the summer of that year. Its first Master of Business Administration (MBA) degree was awarded in 1965, which was also the first MBA degree awarded in Australia.

Program description

The Executive MBA is designed for ambitious and motivated professionals with several years of experience in management, delivered in a format that suits their needs.

During four-day modules spread over 18 months, you will live and study at Melbourne Business School from Thursday to Sunday, away from the distractions of work and home. You will also gain international experience with a field study in Asia.

Size of the class:
65
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Admission requirements

Language Test:

TOEFL 102

(minimum)

IELTS 7

(minimum)

Age (Avg):

36

Experience (Avg):

13

Managerial Experience
(Min/Avg):

5/9

Other:

* University degree

Ranking

Current rank:

82

(Financial Times)

41

(The Economist)

3 year average rank:

70

(Financial Times)

Diversity

Male/Female students:

69% / 31%

International students:

46%

Female faculty:

32%

International faculty:

73%

Women on board:

27%

International board:

20%

Financial Times: International course experience rank:

75

Alumni today:
by Financial Times ©

Alumni salary today:

$ 177,410

Salary increase:

41%

Career progress rank:

77

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

Faculty:

Full-time faculty with PhD:

97%

Annual intake:

67

Educational background:

Educational background/ Undergraduate majors:

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