The business world has dramatically changed since the Covid-19 pandemic began. Due to our growing reliance on technology to stay connected, an increase in industry automation, and rapid advancements in digital infrastructure, companies all around the world are being forced to either transform the way they operate or risk falling behind their competitors.
The Master of Business Administration (International) is your opportunity to develop a suite of professional capabilities that will prepare you for the latest industry changes and challenges. By choosing to study with us, you’ll have the opportunity to critique and completely reimagine traditional theories of business management.
You’ll investigate how the pandemic has accelerated a drastic change for the way managers interact and operate within with their team. Where managers may have previously operated as solo-decision makers or ‘hero leaders’, you’ll learn new skills to meet the world-wide industry demands for more inclusive, compassionate, capable and collaborative leaders.
IELTS: 6.5 TOEFL: 88
To graduate from the Master of Business Administration (International), a student must complete 200 credit points of study comprising:
International students must provide one of the following:
These tests must not be more than 24 months old.
2023 Total Course Fee (international students): $ 73,613 AUD *.
Course cost based on a rate of $36,173 AUD per standard, full-time year of study (100 credit points).
MBA graduates are leaders in business – locally, nationally and globally. An MBA will give you the professional capabilities required to lead and achieve in your chosen field, in both a general management and specialist context.
Our graduates have excellent career prospects. Over 93% of postgraduate students from University of Tasmania are employed in full-time work within 4 months of graduating.^ Careers requiring contemporary business administration capabilities are growing fast, with employers demanding formal qualifications. Careers projected to grow into 2025 include Business Administration Mangers (9.9% growth), Advertising, Public Relations and Sales Managers (13.5% growth), Corporate Services Managers (7.8% growth).
*National Skills Commission five year projections from November 2020 to November 2025.