Study MBA in Australia

  • Australia offers 77 globally renowned and recognized MBA programs

  • Most of the MBA programs are accredited by The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB) and The EFMD Quality Improvement System (EQUIBS)

  • Australia has 2 B-schools in the top 40 list of the QS Global MBA Rankings 2018

  • Australia was ranked 21st in the World Economic Forum’s Global Competitiveness Report for 2017-2018, ahead of France, Ireland & Spain.

Why choose to study MBA in Australia?

  • A wide variety of specialisations: You can choose your major in MBA from a broad range of specialisation subjects that Australian institutions offer, from education management, sports management, to general subjects like banking and finance

  • Extraordinary education system: Presently, 50 Australian universities offer specialised MBA programs. Their B-schools follow ‘Harvard style’ management degrees, which provide approximately 16 different business subjects, delivered full time, in 16 months-2 years span. The 16-month program is offered by universities who follow a trimester system to help subsidise the cost of an MBA degree for its students

  • Quality education: The MBA programs in Australia are internationally recognised in terms of orientation and updated curriculum as per the latest industry standards

  • All-round development of students: The Australian education system emphasises on both theoretical and practical learning to focus on the all-round development of a student, to develop their communication, personal, and leadership skills, thereby fostering independence and confidence in them

Top B-Schools in Australia

  • Melbourne Business School

  • Australian Graduate School of Management

  • Macquarie Graduate School of Management

  • University of Queensland Business School

  • Monash Business School

  • College of Business & Economics – Australian National University

  • Sydney Business School

Student Visa Terms and Provisions

  • Student visa to Australia is offered after enrolling for a full-time course of study registered with the Commonwealth Registry of International Courses for Overseas Students (CRICOS)

  • A Confirmation of Enrolment (CoE) which is mandatorily required in order to apply for student visa.

  • A student visa holder in Australia can normally work for a maximum of 40 hours per fortnight during the course and unlimited hours during the semester breaks and the end of the course.

Post Study Stay Back Options

The Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) allows graduates to work in Australia temporarily after they finish their studies under two streams: The Graduate Work Stream & the Post-Study Work Stream. Under the Graduate Work Stream, the stay back option is for 18 months and under the Post-Study Work Stream, the stay back option is of two, three or four years’ duration.The Temporary Graduate Visa (subclass 485) allows graduates to work in Australia temporarily after they finish their studies under two streams: The Graduate Work Stream & the Post-Study Work Stream. Under the Graduate Work Stream, the stay back option is for 18 months and under the Post-Study Work Stream, the stay back option is of two, three or four years’ duration.

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