Master of Business Administration (Advanced)

Chifley Business School at Torrens University

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 03389E

The MBA (Advanced) is an elongated MBA program designed specifically for international students who require a two-year program studied full time. This program is designed to provide an advanced body of knowledge to the changing business environments in which you aspire to work and manage. Take advantage of our trimester based system and flexible learning options through our online, face-to-face and hybrid study modes and complete your study in as little as one year with fast-tracked intensive subjects. This course allows you to enter or exit with a Graduate Certificate or Graduate Diploma of Business Administration.

Subjects

  • Business decision analytics
  • Business capstone
  • Systems thinking
  • Strategic management
  • Marketing
  • Financial management
  • Management people & teams
  • Dynamic leadership

Standard entry requirements

  • A bachelor degree (AQF7) or above in any discipline from an Australian institution or a recognised equivalent qualification and 3 years of relevant work experience
  • OR A Graduate Certificate of Business Administration from Torrens University Australia (or from another institution if deemed equivalent).

Study information

Campus Fees Entry Mid year intake Attendance
Adelaide Domestic: $39,000
International: $41,000
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Brisbane Domestic: $39,000
International: $41,000
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Melbourne Domestic: $39,000
International: $41,000
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Sydney Domestic: $39,000
International: $41,000
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