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Master of Business Administration

Develop your business acumen, personal skills and knowledge of successful enterprises to lead people and build organisations.

#1

in Queensland for full-time employment outcomes* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Business

$96,400

Median graduate salary* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Business

Ignite your career

82% of graduates were satisfied with their skills development* *Good Universities Guide 2022, PG Business

Commencing

  • Townsville: February, May, September
  • Singapore: January, March, April, July, October, November

Fees

$32,720.00+

+estimated annual tuition fee for a full-time study load


Plus Student Services and Amenities fee
Scholarships and financial aid available if eligible

Duration

1.5 years full-time

1 year full-time or part-time equivalent at JCU Singapore

Entry Requirements

AQF level 7 bachelor degree in a cognate discipline; or AQF level 8 degree; or 4 year managerial experience that satisfies the course co-ordinator's requirements

CRICOS Code

023352G

Course detail

Real stories

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    Student

    Eyal Azulay

    Master of Business Administration

    This course gives an opportunity for emerging and existing leaders to develop strategic leadership skills to achieve personal and organisational goals. The course’s various subjects challenge me to think differently and provide me with essential tools to improve my communication and collaboration.

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    Alumni

    Weiqing (Jacky) Ni

    Master of Business Administration

    Postgraduate studies in Business Administration is a wide-ranging and professional course, and the knowledge and skills gained can be applied to diverse global businesses. The most important part is the focus on critical thinking, which has given me the tools to keep learning throughout my whole career.

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    Alumni

    Warren Hunter

    Master of Business Administration

    I was attracted to the MBA because I was hoping to bridge the gap from engineering into management. In the Master of Business Administration, I learnt how to do good feasibility studies and how to write cost-benefit analyses. This is the difference between getting a project over the line or a project being rejected.

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    Lecturer

    Associate Professor Josephine Pryce

    Course Coordinator

    Studying Business Administration is an important step for managers aspiring to advance their careers in a competitive labour market or to promote their own businesses. It allows for development of management skills across areas, such as people, marketing, financials, operations, innovation, entrepreneurship, and change