Master of Business Administration (Executive)
Duration: 15 Subjects (150 Credit Points) delivered in intensive mode
Intake: April, August
Bond's Executive Master of Business Administration (Executive MBA) is offered exclusively to upper echelon corporate managers who rely on a complex matrix of managerial, organisational and analytical skills on a day-to-day basis. With a clear emphasis on leadership qualities and strategic planning, the Executive MBA tackles manager training at the highest level, delivering in-depth understanding of decision-making processes, organisational behaviour, customer management, economics analysis, financial impacts, marketing and much more.
The practical program also offers the unique opportunity to work with colleagues whose aspirations, experience and career success match your own, under the tutelage of an international group of corporate consultants and academics versed in the complexities of the global marketplace. In the most recent Financial Review BOSS Rankings, Bond’s Executive MBA was ranked in the top 3 overall.
The Executive MBA is structured to accommodate senior managers who cannot afford to take time out for full-time study. On-campus classes are scheduled in a series of one and two-week in-residence sessions, spaced out over a 13-month period or extended over 26 months, allowing managers to utilise their allotted holiday and long service leave to earn senior level qualifications with minimum interruption to their work commitments.
Bond's MBA uses a combination of lectures, tutorials, seminars, examinations, projects, presentations, assignments and computer labs. Students have the opportunity to integrate projects with their workplace.
The program commences with a two-week Orientation module, followed by one-week modules scheduled at six-week intervals. There will be another two-week module in the middle of the program, held at an international location, and a final module for project presentations.
The extended 26-week program commences with a two-week Orientation module, followed by one-week modules scheduled at twelve-week intervals. In addition there are one-day assessment sessions (project presentations and integration/reflection sessions) in the weekend every six weeks. Similar to the 13-Week Option, the two-week module in the middle of the program, held at an international location, and a final module for project presentations.
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