Master of Management

Master of Management

Sharpen your management skills and gain practical experience with the Master of Management. Specially designed for recent graduates and early career professionals, this postgraduate program focuses on experiential learning where you can unlock your potential, develop your skills and apply your knowledge to real business and management situations.

Who is it for?

The Master of Management is ideal for emerging postgraduate students who are too early in their career to enter the MBA but don’t want to wait to accelerate it. You’ll be supported by the same quality teaching faculty as the MBA program.

Our Master of Management course features a compulsory professional practice unit where students have the opportunity to work with a local or global organisation to experience diverse and dynamic work environments and contribute to a real project.

The study experience

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Professional practice unit


Leverage Macquarie Business School’s links with a range of organisational partners by attaining relevant experience in a leading Australian or multinational company. The Master of Management professional practice unit exposes you to current business practices and allows you to use your skills and knowledge to contribute to real projects.

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Flexible study options


The Master of Management is available at both our North Ryde and Sydney CBD City Campus. Study full-time at two units per term for two years or part-time at one unit or more per term to fit with your commitments. If you are eligible for Recognition of Prior Learning, you may complete the Master of Management in 18 months of full-time study.

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Who will I be studying with?


Our Master of Management program is designed for emerging professionals such as recent graduates and those who are in the early stages of their career looking to accelerate by gaining experience. You’ll meet participants who are as bright, determined and pragmatic as you. Some candidates choose to take this course as a pathway to our MBA.

Course structure

To successfully complete your course, you must complete the following requirements.

Requirement

Credit Points

Minimum number of credit points

64

Minimum number of credit points at 600 level

16

Minimum number of credit points at 800 level or above

48

Completion of other specific minimum requirements as set out below

600 level

Complete the following

Credit Points

MGNT603

Managing Finance

4

MGNT604

Managing Data

4

MGNT608

Managing People

4

MGNT609

Managing Customers

4

800 level

Complete the following

Credit Points

MGNT805

Managing Technology

4

MGNT809

Managing Globally

4

MGNT811

Learning to be a Leader

4

MGNT812

Managing Strategically

4

800 level

Select 8 credit points from the following

MGNT810

Professional Practice

8

MGNT906

Management Consulting Project

4

MGNT907

Management Internship

4

MGNT908

Management Research Report

4

MGNT910

International Study Tour

8

Select 24 credit points from the following

MGNT

MGNT 800 - 910

4

ACCG835

International Accounting

4

ACCG848

Business and Professional Ethics

4

AFIN808

Corporate Finance

4

AFIN828

International Investment and Risk

4

AFIN867

International Financial Management

4

AFIN875

Investing in Emerging Markets

4

BUS827

Entrepreneurship in Business

4

BUS854

Managing Cultural Diversity

4

ECON847

International Trade

4

MKTG802

Marketing Communications

4

MKTG811

Strategic Branding

4

Who is it designed for?
Entry Requirements
Fees and Costs
Important Dates
Duration
Study locations
How to Apply

Who is it designed for?

This program is designed for students who have recently graduated from an undergraduate degree from any disciplinary background and who are looking to build up their skills and experience for a career in business management or management consultancy.

Who is it designed for?

This program is designed for students who have recently graduated from an undergraduate degree from any disciplinary background and who are looking to build up their skills and experience for a career in business management or management consultancy.

Entry Requirements

Domestic

Minimum Admission Requirement

Australian level 7 bachelor's qualification or recognised equivalent. GPA of 4.00 (out of 7.00) or overseas equivalent

English Language Requirements

Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in each band, or equivalent

International

Most postgraduate courses require a successfully completed Australian bachelor degree or equivalent from a recognised institution and may also require a specific grade point average (GPA). Our admissions team will determine whether your qualification meets the requirements.

Macquarie provides indicative GPA conversions for a range of different grading systems from different countries. Please view our academic entry requirements for international students.

Minimum Admission Requirement

Australian level 7 bachelor's qualification or recognised equivalent. GPA of 4.00 (out of 7.00) or overseas equivalent

English Language Requirements

Academic IELTS of 6.5 overall with minimum 6.0 in each band, or equivalent

Fees and Costs

Domestic

Domestic fee-paying
AUD $32,000
Indicative annual fee
Fee per credit point AUD $1,000.00

Student Amenities Fee

The Student Services and Amenities Fee (SSAF) is payable to the University by students in compliance with the Australian Government Legislation passed in November 2011 (Higher Education Legislation Amendment (Student Services and Amenities) Act 2011 (Cth). This fee contributes towards the funding for student services, support and facilities of a non-academic nature and of benefit to all students.

International

International fee-paying
AUD $36,000
Indicative annual fee
Fee per credit point AUD $1,125.00

Important Dates

Domestic

Application dates

Term Domestic application deadline
Term 4 2018 31 August 2018
Term 1 2019 23 November 2018
Term 2 2019 01 March 2019
Term 3 2019 24 May 2019
International

Application dates

Term International application deadline
Term 4 2018 03 August 2018
Term 1 2019 08 November 2018
Term 2 2019 08 February 2019
Term 3 2019 10 May 2019

Duration

Domestic

Full-time: 1.5 years - 2 years depending on RPL granted

International

Full-time: 1.5 years - 2 years depending on RPL granted

Study locations

  • North Ryde Term 1 (1 January 2019) [Domestic,International]
  • North Ryde Term 2 (25 March 2019) [Domestic,International]
  • North Ryde Term 3 (17 June 2019) [Domestic,International]
  • North Ryde Term 4 (9 September 2019) [Domestic,International]

How to apply

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