Swinburne’s world-class, industry-supported Master of Business Administration (MBA) develops your entrepreneurial and leadership strengths and prepares you to strategise, manage, and innovate organisations in ethical and socially responsible ways.
The US CEO Magazine ranks our MBA in its global top tier due to the quality of our business school, citing course aspects such as:
- International Diversity
- Academic-to-Student Ratio
- International Exposure
- Work Experience
- Professional Development
- Gender Parity
Swinburne’s Business School is also AACSB accredited, which is the international gold standard for business schools.
Swinburne is renowned for the industry connections that co-design and co-deliver our MBA. This ensures your interactive learning is relevant, current and practical. The Australian Graduate School of Entrepreneurship also connects you to Swinburne’s Innovation Hub, Digital Innovation Lab, Business Incubator and Entrepreneur-in-Residence programs.
The MBA will help you to become a skilled manager and leader in the world of business.
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2 years, 1.5 years or 1 year full-time or equivalent part-time (dependent on prior qualifications and experience)
Hawthorn (Semester 1, Semester 2) - View application and start dates
2022 Start Dates
2023 Start Dates
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Go from student to CEO
Swinburne has partnered with the Institute of Managers and Leaders to provide you with the essential skills and qualifications needed to go from student to CEO.
Through the institute, MBA students take part in exclusive industry workshops, business case studies, one-to-one mentoring, and personalised professional development.
You’ll also access Australia’s largest network of management and leadership professionals through membership to the institute for the duration, plus one year, of your studies.
I engineered my MBA with a strategic path. I did some international business, strategic foresight, innovation and consulting units as electives. It gave me the ability to think laterally, to look at a situation and develop my own analytical models, and to use strategic frameworks to communicate a solution to the problem. I wouldn't have been able to work in my current job without my Swinburne MBA.
Master of Business Administration
Sam, a Master of Business Administration student, discusses how she's applying her business knowledge to a student-run racing team.
At Swinburne, we'll give you real-world experiences that make you stand out.