About the Program
Your investment in the MBA PROGRAM, including all tuition fees of Business in Asia airfare & accommodation is AUD$81,400*.*NB: Please note this is the 2016 program fee and is subject to change.
As with any MBA, you'll need to consider living costs. These will depend on your lifestyle, family situation and choice of accommodation. Rent, food, phone, transport to and from school need to be taken into account, as well as study related costs, including textbooks and computer equipment.
Take a look at www.liveinvictoria.vic.gov.au for up to date information on the cost of living in Victoria.
Melbourne Business School has a wide array of scholarships available for the full-time MBA. Many scholarships are awarded at the time an offer of a place is made. More scholarships are awarded throughout the application cycle. Visit the Scholarships and support section below for a full listing.
Apart from scholarships awarded by Melbourne Business School, there may be external scholarships, grants and government funding available in Australia and your home country.
Melbourne Business School’s admissions process is about making sure the full-time MBA is right for you. If you can demonstrate leadership potential, a desire to share your experiences with other students and a global mindset, we encourage you to apply.
We seek people from all backgrounds as diversity enriches the learning experience and reflects the real-world complexities of business.
To apply for the full-time MBA, you need to complete an online application. You can save your application as you go and continue to add supporting documents before submitting the completed form when you are ready. For deadlines, see the Dates and deadlines section below.
Before you apply to Melbourne Business School, we encourage you to attend an information session or get in touch with us to find out if ourMBA PROGRAM is the right fit for you.
To apply for the full-time MBA, you need to complete an online application. If you would like to find out more about the GMAT (or the General Management Admissions Test), click here .If you would like to try a practice test and see what the test is like, try the mini GMAT quiz:
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