Mba on campus/ Distance Learning Australia


Hey guys,

I'm an international student living in Sydney and looking for a Masters degree in Supply Chain Management/ Logistics but not sure what is the best option.
I've found so many options for Online Program in different Universities such as RMIT, OU, Griffith University and others, all of then are affordable.
In the other hand all of the "on campus" courses are a little bit more expensive and I could not find many options in Sydney.
What would be the best options for me since I've been in Australia for nearly 4 years now and want to work in this area in Australia?
I also have a short experience, overseas (4 years), in the are

Thanks
Hey guys,

I'm an international student living in Sydney and looking for a Masters degree in Supply Chain Management/ Logistics but not sure what is the best option.
I've found so many options for Online Program in different Universities such as RMIT, OU, Griffith University and others, all of then are affordable.
In the other hand all of the "on campus" courses are a little bit more expensive and I could not find many options in Sydney.
What would be the best options for me since I've been in Australia for nearly 4 years now and want to work in this area in Australia?
I also have a short experience, overseas (4 years), in the are

Thanks
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Duncan
The on-campus courses cost more because they are more costly to run and will involve greater careers support. I think placement will be better. But the saving is notable: RMIT seems especially interesting to me.

On the other hand, if you live near a university with which you are studying online, then probably you can network your way into the department and get a lot of the advantages.

However, I don't know about your visa status or what the opportunity cost would be for you: perhaps studying full-time would keep you away from useful internships and projects?
The on-campus courses cost more because they are more costly to run and will involve greater careers support. I think placement will be better. But the saving is notable: RMIT seems especially interesting to me.

On the other hand, if you live near a university with which you are studying online, then probably you can network your way into the department and get a lot of the advantages.

However, I don't know about your visa status or what the opportunity cost would be for you: perhaps studying full-time would keep you away from useful internships and projects?
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mba hipste...
If you're planning on staying in the country, doing an on-campus program is far preferable than online. Check out UNSW, or even the University of Sydney.
If you're planning on staying in the country, doing an on-campus program is far preferable than online. Check out UNSW, or even the University of Sydney.
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