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This is an advanced coursework and research program in organisational leadership. Coursework will consist of one year of study in leadership/management as well as research preparation; followed by a year to complete a research thesis. The course offers progression to the PhD program.
Reasons to choose this program:
The course structure is based on four semesters (each of 12 weeks duration), with four subjects/units representing a full-time study load in the first two semesters, followed by the one-year masters thesis. The course comprises:
4 compulsory Discipline units (24 credit points);
1 compulsory Ethics unit (6 credit points);
3 compulsory Research Methods units (18 credit points);
and 1 compulsory Thesis unit (48 credit points).
To qualify for the award of the Master of Business (Research) a candidate shall accrue 96 credit points through satisfactory completion of all the subjects/units noted in the tab on the left.
Admission to the Institute is governed by the principles of merit, fairness, transparency, and timeliness found in the Student Selection and Admission Policy and Procedure. The selection and admission process is informed by evidence drawn from a range of indicators, including prior academic achievement and a student interview.
English Language Requirements
Applicants whose qualifying undergraduate studies were taken in a language other than English will be required to demonstrate English proficiency equivalent to the IELTS Academic minimum overall result of 7.0 with no band score below 6.5. Test score equivalencies for alternative tests are provided below.
|Tests of Academic English Language Proficiency||Scores: Overall|
|Test of English as a Foreign Language internet- based Test (TOEFL iBT)||79|
|Cambridge English: Advanced (CAE) from Cambridge ESOL test scores||58|