Master of Business Administration - Adelaide

University of Adelaide, The

Type of institution: University/Higher Education Institution
Level: Postgraduate
CRICOS: 00123M

We are living in a world that is at times volatile, unexpected and ambiguous. It is essential that current and future leaders be equipped to deal with complex problems in a systemic, integrated and collaborative fashion. Our Adelaide Master of Business Administration (MBA) creates leaders who can deliver on the demands of an increasingly complex world, as demonstrated by our broad network of alumni in the business community. Completing this degree you will: build professional relationships and networks; gain advanced problem-solving, analytical and critical thinking skills; develop strong leadership skills necessary for driving innovation and positive change within organisations; cultivate a global outlook, strategic mindset, and the ability to see the bigger picture; understand the management of critical business functions through coursework including finance, accounting, economics and marketing. There are also opportunities for international exchanges at world-leading business schools.


Nine compulsory core courses (including a research project) and two electives.


  • Human resources
  • Accounting
  • Business
  • Commerce
  • Economics
  • Project management
  • Finance

Standard entry requirements

With a completed bachelor's degree from the University of Adelaide (or equivalent degree from another tertiary institution): a minimum of two years relevant work experience. Without a completed bachelor's degree: a satisfactory GMAT test score and at least seven years relevant work experience.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
North Terrace International: $72,750 Yes
  • Full-time : 1.5 years

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