AGSM Announces Master in Management Program

Program aimed at pre-experience, non-business graduates

Australia's UNSW Business School at AGSM has announced plans to launch a new Master in Management (MiM) program.

The new MiM will be aimed at pre-experience, non-business graduates who are interested in learning about core business ideas. 

The program will be offered on a part-time basis and it will take between two and six years to complete. The core classes will cover topics in Financial Management, Business Economics, Marketing, and more. In the second phase of the program, students in the MiM will be able to select from a range of electives, in topics such as Business Analytics, Entrepreneurship, and more.

AGSM's Master in Management is set to launch in 2019. It's only available to residents of Australia or those who are residing in Australia on a business visa.

For more information, please see AGSM's Master in Management program webpage.


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