MBA Programmes in Australasia – Highlights and Locations
Studying in Asia
As one of the most dynamic regions of the world, Asia's demand for MBA qualifications is driven by the economic renaissance of the region. If you follow Reuters, Bloomberg or the Economist, you will know that the biggest challenge to American and European global...
The Pacific Rim Singapore, Hong Kong, Japan and Australia
As commerce in the Pacific Rim continues to soar in the global economy, regional educational institutions are staying in step with their enterprising populations by offering an ever-expanding number of MBA programs. Huge international investment flows, often in partnership with top American and European universities, are pushing the region's schools to attain prominence far beyond their borders.
MBAs in Australasia – Interviews and Highlights
Melbourne Business School: MBA participants come from over 32 countries
An interview with Jennifer George
Our MBA has the same content (including class hours and assessment requirements) as a traditional two-year MBA but is an accelerated program that can be completed in just 16 months.
International University of Japan: Chinese is a current wonderful benefit
An interview with Chet Borucki
IUJ's students seek a variety of career opportunities. Those choosing to remain in Japan tend to head into foreign companies in finance and some into IT, marketing or consulting roles.
Hult International Business School: We Award Degrees to Effective General Managers
An Interview with Dr. Stephen Hodges, President of Hult
We want to qualify people who are effective general managers and therefore we ensure that all of our lecturers are like us: that they have both an academic and a business background. We work closely with businesses to pick up the latest trends and want to qualify people who can really make a difference in their business. ...