New two-year program will begin next year

Australia's Curtin University's Business School has announced that it will launch a new MBA program for students with fewer than three years experience, beginning in 2014 on the school's Bentley campus.
 
The new program will be called "MBA (Global)" and is aimed at "students who wish to continue directly from an undergraduate degree into postgraduate study," according to a Curtin press release.
 
The MBA (Global) program will feature a February and August intake, and it will take up to two years to complete. 
 
Curtin also offers another, traditional MBA program - through the Perth-based Graduate School of Business - which is aimed at applicants with three or more years of work experience.

For more information, please see the Curtin press release announcing the launch of the MBA (Global).

Photo: Ed Donahue / Creative Commons

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