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According to the 2015/16 Quaquarelli Symonds (QS) Jobs & Salary Trends survey, Australian MBA graduates have a higher earning potential and are more likely to be hired than those without the qualification. That is because employers worldwide recognise that an MBA graduate has the strategies, tools and knowledge to become an insightful and effective leader.
The focus of the Excelsia College MBA is on “Leadership and Social Responsibility”. The program is designed to develop in students leadership skills as well as knowledge of ethical and socially responsible practices within organizations. It can help students become a business leader that seeks to make a di erence in the world by doing the right thing as it is good for business.
Reasons to choose this program:
• Globally recognised qualification
• Focus on leadership, management and social responsibility
• Relevant curriculum - where lessons can be immediately applied
• Opportunity to study alongside students from other cultures
Applicants without an undergraduate degree who have three years’ professional experience with at least two years’ managerial experience may apply for admission into the Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, on the successful completion of which they may progress into the Graduate Diploma program.
Those candidates who are successful in completing the Graduate Diploma program may apply for admission to the MBA with full credit for the units completed in the Graduate Certificate and Graduate Diploma programs.
In addition to meeting the prerequisites above, international applicants who have not completed an educational qualification in English have to provide proof of proficiency in English through internationally recognised tests such as IELTS or TOEFL, or through satisfactory completion of an approved course at one of the College’s partner language colleges.
6.5 with no band less than 6
TOEFL iBT (Internet-based)
79* with no score less than 60
|PTE Academic||59 with no score less than 51|
For other other ways of demonstrating English Language Proficiency visit the English Language Proficiency Requirements page.
Visit the International Student page