University of Newcastle

Executive Master of Business Administration

University of Newcastle

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00109J

The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program is a practice-oriented graduate business degree pursued by experienced employees wishing to learn alongside like-minded participants to advance their leadership, business and management skills. Participants will typically be team leaders, mid-to-high-level managers looking to broaden their knowledge base and skillsets, or those individuals in a technical position looking to advance into management. Their professional experience will allow them to add depth to seminar discussions by sharing work challenges and solutions and they are likely to flourish in a collaborative learning environment.


The Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) program requires students to complete 80 units of Core courses (8 x 10 unit courses).


  • Students must complete all Core courses: Mindful Leadership
  • Sustainable Organisational Change
  • Enterprise Strategy for Global Uncertainty
  • Innovation Management and Design
  • Strategic Financial Management
  • Project Design and Implementation
  • Tools, Techniques and Transitions in a Digitally Changing Environment
  • Executive Consulting for Managers and Leaders.

Standard entry requirements

An undergraduate degree (AQF level 7 equivalent) or higher in any field of study plus a minimum of seven years relevant organisational experience, OR A minimum ten years relevant organisational experience, including three years in a management position.

Study information

CampusFeesEntryMid year intakeAttendance
Newcastle City Precinct No
  • Full-time : 1 year
Singapore No
  • Full-time : 1 year

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