University of Adelaide MBA Program Information

The University of Adelaide MBA is offered at Ngee Ann - Adelaide Education Centre, in Singapore. University of Adelaide is based in South Australia.

The university’s business programs are accredited by AACSB (Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business International).

Program Structure and Curriculum

The course is offered in a part-time format, suitable for people who want to continue working during their MBA studies.

Classes are conducted in intensive teaching blocks, a teaching block comprises of friday evening classes, and full day classes on Saturdays and Sundays. Example -
  • Friday: 7.00 p.m. – 10.00 p.m.
  • Saturday: 1.00 p.m. – 8.00 p.m.
  • Sunday: 9.00 a.m. – 4.00 p.m.
The average length of the MBA program is 6 to 12 trimesters, students can complete the course within 18 months, but are allowed up to 5 years to study.

The curriculum comprises of 9 core modules, and 3 electives. The core modules are as follows:
  1. Fundamentals of Leadership
  2. Accounting for Managers
  3. Marketing Management
  4. Economics for Management
  5. Managing Contemporary Organisations
  6. Managerial Finance
  7. Operations Management
  8. Strategic Management
  9. Global Business
Students can choose 3 electives, out of 10 possible choices:
  1. Knowledge Management
  2. Business Law
  3. Management of Change
  4. Services Design & Marketing
  5. Negotiation Skills
  6. Company Failure & Renewal
  7. Entrepreneurship
  8. Corporate Strategy
  9. Company Failure & Renewal
  10. International Marketing

Entry Requirements and Course Fees

Applicants who wish to enter the program, must meet these minimum requirements:
  • Recognised Bachelor degree
  • 3 (or more) years of managerial work experience
  • Satisfactory GMAT score
Prospective students who do not have a degree, will have to take the school's Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, before they can study for their MBA.

The course fees for the program is S$32,400. Learn more about the program here.
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