Friday, October 10, 2008


This year MGSM celebrates its 35th Anniversary and the continued success of our full-time MBA in Australia program.The Business School is ranked #1 in Asia and Australia and #40 in the world for its full-time MBA program (Economist Intelligence Unit, Which MBA? Global Full-Time MBA Rankings, 2003), equal first of MBA in Australia programs (Australian Financial Review BOSS Magazine, 2004, 2003, 2002), and in the top 40 business schools worldwide for executive education (London Financial Times, 2003) MGSM understands the demands of a busy lifestyle. Notwithstanding, the study of the MBA in Australia is rigorous and demanding.MGSM offers the one MBA program that can be undertaken either full-time or part-time. Whether studying your MBA in Australia on a full-time or part-time basis, you will be subject to exactly the same intensity, rigour and assessment. Each course unit of your MBA in Australia is conducted over a 10-week term, involving 40 hours of face-to-face lectures. Prospective students looking to start the MGSM MBA in Australia program should recognise that considerable demands will be placed on their time outside of formal lectures. In addition to the 40 hours of face-to-face teaching, the MBA in Australia requires an estimated additional workload of approximately 80-120 hours per unit for readings, completion of assignments, group work, meetings, study and the like. The additional workload required will depend on your interests, background and experience.With a variety of lecture days, times and formats the MGSM MBA in Australia enables even the busiest of people to study at MGSM.The MGSM MBA in Australia program was ranked #1 in the world for the quality of its students (Economist Intelligence Unit, Which MBA? Global Full-Time MBA Rankings, 2003 and 2002).Students at MGSM studying their MBA in Australia have maturity and superior work experiences to draw upon throughout their MBA program. Students are typically drawn from a wide range of industries and backgrounds, each bringing a variety of perspectives to the classroom.MGSM's students studying their MBA in Australia are very motivated people undertaking an MBA program to assist with career advancement, a career change or for self-development. The typical MGSM student studying theor MBA in Australia is one seeking to increase his or her knowledge and skills, has a thirst for learning, a desire to actively participate in class and a willingness to learn from others, while enabling others to learn from their experiences. WWW.STUDY-AUSTRALIA.INFO

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