How prosperous is doing mba in Australia?


Akshayaa
Hello forum,
I am Akshayaa from India & I have planned to consider Australia as an option for doing my MBA (Strategic Marketing and communications). The B-schools that I would like to apply include VU Melbourne, Monash University, University of Sydney & few others. I would like to know more about the job opportunities after graduation for International students? Also, I would like to know if prior work experience is a must for admission process?
Hello forum,
I am Akshayaa from India & I have planned to consider Australia as an option for doing my MBA (Strategic Marketing and communications). The B-schools that I would like to apply include VU Melbourne, Monash University, University of Sydney & few others. I would like to know more about the job opportunities after graduation for International students? Also, I would like to know if prior work experience is a must for admission process?
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ralph
In general, yes, work experience is required to get admitted to MBA programs. This should be evident from the programs' admissions pages: Monash requires three years of work experience; same with Sydney. Two to three years is a typical work experience requirement for most MBA programs.

If you don't have any work experience, you may instead consider master in management programs, which are aimed at early-career professionals, or those just out of undergraduate studies. The University of Sydney has a Master of Management program which is ranked by the Financial Times; that would be a great program to do. Other masters in management programs are offered by a number of internationally-accredited Australian business schools, including:

Monash
Melbourne Business School
Victoria University
University of Queensland

And others. In terms of job opportunities for international students, this will vary widely. Ranked programs will most likely give the best outcomes. Check with the schools directly and ask them about how successful Indian graduates are in this sense.
In general, yes, work experience is required to get admitted to MBA programs. This should be evident from the programs' admissions pages: Monash requires three years of work experience; same with Sydney. Two to three years is a typical work experience requirement for most MBA programs.

If you don't have any work experience, you may instead consider master in management programs, which are aimed at early-career professionals, or those just out of undergraduate studies. The University of Sydney has a Master of Management program which is ranked by the Financial Times; that would be a great program to do. Other masters in management programs are offered by a number of internationally-accredited Australian business schools, including:

Monash
Melbourne Business School
Victoria University
University of Queensland

And others. In terms of job opportunities for international students, this will vary widely. Ranked programs will most likely give the best outcomes. Check with the schools directly and ask them about how successful Indian graduates are in this sense.
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Akshayaa
Sir, thanks a ton for your response. It was really helpful. Il consider Master of Management program. :)
Sir, thanks a ton for your response. It was really helpful. Il consider Master of Management program. :)
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