Key Highlights of Global MBA from The University of Western Australia
Participants will receive a Professional Certificate in Advanced Business Management by IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Kozhikode, ranked 5th (NIRF India Rankings 2022), after the first year, followed by a Master's in Business Administration (MBA)
The University of Western Australia (UWA) has announced the launch of the Global MBA Programme. This Global MBA will allow participants to earn industry -recognised dual credentials. Participants will receive a Professional Certificate in Advanced Business Management by IIM (Indian Institute of Management) Kozhikode, ranked 5th (NIRF India Rankings 2022), after the first year, followed by a Master’s in Business Administration (MBA) from the University of Western Australia on successful completion of the second year of this programme.
Industry 4.0 is no longer looking for a pure vanilla degree. In fact, the need of the hour is the domain experts who are far more productive. This can be possible through conceptual and contextual-based learning to prepare domain experts who are fruitful to the organisation since its inception. Organisations are now demanding micro-credentials or dual degrees integrated with industry credentials, which is a departure from traditional learning models. An MBA degree helps you advance your career and attain your career goals. Therefore, international students choose their MBA destination based on the ease and opportunities of finding employment in the host country.
This Global MBA programme will allow working professionals to gain dual credentials from IIM Kozhikode and UWA and explore a wider range of opportunities – national as well as international, gain new insights, access to global networks and resources, while developing skills that lead to an accelerated career trajectory. As per GMAC’s report, Australia was in the top 5 preferred study destinations among students seeking MBA.
The University of Western Australia (UWA) is ranked No. 3 Business School in Australia (The Australian Financial Review, 2022) and No. 1 University in Western Australia (QS World University Rankings, 2022). This university is also a member of the Group of Eight (Go8) – Australia’s leading research-intensive universities. UWA being one of the top 100 universities worldwide, is well known for producing highly employable graduates who go on to forge long and successful careers. UWA graduates consistently receive high levels of satisfaction from employers. This makes the Global MBA programme by UWA a well-suited course for mid-to senior level working professionals seeking opportunities to enhance their management or leadership skills.
The UWA Global MBA programme will help students develop strong strategic, cross-functional and, business decision-making skills in the global context. Indian students now have an opportunity to pursue global MBA from a top 1% international university without taking a break from work and gain Alumni status from The University of Western Australia, which has 140,000+ international alumni.
The UWA Business School is one of a few institutions in Australia to be accredited by both the European Quality Improvement System (EQUIS) and the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business (AACSB). These are leading business school accreditations in Europe and North America, meaning employers around the world recognise the quality of a UWA degree in business. UWA is recognised around the world as a leading research-intensive university. Their graduates go on to positively impact society – from Nobel Prize-winning scientists such as Professor Barry Marshall, to entrepreneurs like Mecca Cosmetica founder Jo Horgan and politicians such as former prime minister Bob Hawke. UWA is also home to Fields Medal winner Professor Akshay Venkatesh; Decjuba CEO/owner Tania Austin; comedian, writer and musician Tim Minchin; Academy Award winner Shaun Tan and notable corporate leaders like Sudhanshu Tripathi, Marketing, Communication, ESG, Strategy Leader | India’s Top 100 Digital Leader; Tara Seth, Regional Lead at health.
The Global MBA programme curriculum includes real- world case studies and simulations. The dynamic blend of in-depth modules and practical case studies is designed to help professional’s upskill themselves and get global exposure. The programme is taught by award-winning faculties of IIM Kozhikode and UWA. The programme also opens various networking opportunities for professionals.
The program design is based on the dynamic needs of today’s businesses. Corporates, start-ups, and governments now expect MBAs among various roles and levels and this demand is anticipated to increase in the coming time.
The programme starts on Monday 20 March 2023 and admissions are now open for the upcoming enrolment. Interested participants who apply before Wednesday 18 January 2023 can receive a fee benefit of 7% on the course fee. For more information, you may visit UWA Global MBA Program.