Program will include a 3-month hands-on project component

The University of Western Australia Business School (UWA) will begin offering a full-time 12-month MBA program, beginning in January 2015, according to a university news release.

The new program will offer concentrations in Leadership, Natural Resources and General Management, according to the UWA news release.

The program will also feature a three-month "Business Advisory Project" will students will explore business issues and build leadership skills in a real-world environment.

Applications are now being accepted for the program's January 2015 intake. To apply, potential candidates should have at least two to three years of experience and a GMAT score.

For more information, please see UWA's MBA Full-Time webpage.

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