Degree awarded by The University of Adelaide, Australia
Adelaide MBA: 24 months part-time; Adelaide GCBA: 6 months part-time
4 Intakes: January, April, July, October
5-star GMAA rating and Business School AACSB accreditation
The Adelaide MBA and Adelaide GCBA have been designed with maximum flexibility to suit the needs of working professionals. Students can vary the number of courses they undertake in each term (every quarter). This gives students the option to speed up the progress of their studies.
The Adelaide MBA and Adelaide GCBA also offer multiple entry points, meaning students can apply at any time during the year to be considered for the next intake. There are four terms in each year, commencing in January, April, July, and September.
All courses are delivered in an interactive, face-to-face environment conducive to adult learning, and provides learning experiences in a variety of teaching formats.
Student Exchange: The University of Adelaide has developed student exchange links with a number of overseas institutions in Europe and the UK. These programmes are suitable for students who wish to study overseas for a short-term exchange where credits will be earned towards their University of Adelaide degree.
Inbound Semester: Students studying in NAA may wish to head over to Adelaide for a semester/trimester. Students may enroll for 3 or 4 courses, with options to select cross-disciplinary courses.
Summer School: Each year, The University of Adelaide offers a range of intensive courses that are taught during the term breaks as part of its Summer School Programme. Students are encouraged to enroll in the Summer School to accelerate their studies in an exceptional learning environment surrounded by grand old buildings and historical architecture.
There are three presentation ceremonies held in each academic year, one in Singapore and two in Adelaide, Australia. Visit www.adelaide.edu.au/student/graduations for specific dates. Students who completed their degree have the option to opt for one of the presentation ceremonies. Degrees are presented by the Chancellor of The University of Adelaide or his representative.