The Master of Business Administration (MBA) Advanced is designed for experienced professionals with ambition and drive who wish to develop their responsible and sustainable leadership skills. You will gain a holistic strategic business point-of-view required to operate effectively in an increasingly competitive and changing global business world.

The course has been designed to cover three stages:

  1. Diagnostics, where you learn to diagnose issues in real organisations with a focus on marketing, employee engagement, talent management and accounting.
  2. Exploration, where you explore the latest thinking and practices in organisations and research worldwide, while developing skills in innovation and business transformation.
  3. Integration and Application, where you develop your strategic decision-making skills, undertake a real-world business project and enhance your personal effectiveness as a responsible leader.

The MBA Advanced offers students the opportunity to specialise further in their area of interest by completing four additional subjects from a specialisation of their choice. Specialisations are available in Accounting, Business Analytics, Finance, Innovation and Entrepreneurship, Human Resource Management, Marketing, Project Management, or Supply Chain Management.

Your learning approach will include real-world case studies, experiential learning including planning and executing an integrated and live business project towards the end of the course, and teamwork, with an emphasis on peer learning.

If you are interested in studying Business but do not have the specified work experience for the MBA, consider studying the Master of Business.

What jobs can the Master of Business Administration (Advanced) lead to?


  • CEO
  • Chief financial officer
  • Chief marketing officer
  • Chief information officer
  • Corporate services manager
  • Finance manager
  • General manager
  • Management consultant
  • Managing director
  • Policy and planning manager


  • Banking and finance
  • Consultancy
  • Education 
  • Government
  • Health care
  • Not-for-profit
  • Private business
  • Public relations
  • Retail services 
  • Resources and renewables


  1. Financial Management: This course covers topics such as financial statement analysis, financial planning and forecasting, risk management, and capital budgeting.

  2. Marketing Management: This course covers topics such as marketing research, brand management, advertising and promotion, and market segmentation.

  3. Human Resource Management: This course covers topics such as organizational behavior, recruitment and selection, performance management, and compensation and benefits.

  4. Operations Management: This course covers topics such as production planning and control, supply chain management, quality control, and inventory management.

  5. Strategic Management: This course covers topics such as strategic planning, corporate governance, mergers and acquisitions, and international business.

  6. Entrepreneurship: This course covers topics such as new venture creation, financing and fundraising, and business planning.

  7. Business Ethics and Corporate Social Responsibility: This course covers topics such as ethical decision making, stakeholder analysis, and sustainability.

  8. Information Technology Management: This course covers topics such as IT strategy, system design and implementation, and database management.

  9. Leadership and Organizational Development: This course covers topics such as leadership styles, team building, conflict resolution, and change management.


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