Master of International Management

University of Adelaide, The

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

International business managers help different types of organisations to benefit from the complex and dynamic forces of globalisation. The University of Adelaide takes a practical approach to equip students from all around the world with the skills needed to manage these complexities and impact the international market. With your degree you might advance to a leadership position within a multi-national organisation. You could land a management role in import and export trading. Perhaps you'll even end up working in the diplomatic corps or a government body that looks after international trade and investment.

Designed for

Pre-experience and early career professionals


  • With a combination of foundation and specialised courses, this degree is suited to entrants from non-business backgrounds. A shorter, 1.5 year option is available for entrants with an undergraduate degree in related fields. You will: learn to spot and seize international business opportunities, get the best out of the culturally diverse workforce, negotiate across cultures, and deliver value to different types of organisations
  • benefit from diverse cohorts and small class environments
  • build advanced business, communication and leadership skills
  • gain real-world experience through either a domestic internship with an international project, an international internship or an international study tour.


  • International business
  • Management

Standard entry requirements

  • A) 36 unit extension pathway - Bachelor degree in a cognate discipline and a GPA of 4.5
  • B) 48 unit conversion pathway - Bachelor degree or equivalent.

Study information

CampusFeesMid year intakeAttendance
North Terrace International: $92,000 No
  • Full-time : 2 years

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