Every month MBA Reviews features a number of different Master of Business Administration qualifications. These are not limited to general MBAs, but include Executive MBAs and specialisations.
Those chosen to be featured are taken from our database based on the business schools and courses that are the most popular and have the highest volume of traffic.
Making the decision to invest in an MBA is difficult. What makes it more difficult is the sheer amount of choices you have available to you. MBA Reviews has collated over 100 different Master of Business Administration qualifications into one easy website.
Our aim is to make sure you are able to easily compare qualifications and business schools to make sure the MBA you do decide to study is the one that will not only give you the greatest return on investment, but also one you can enjoy. We want future students to be able to find exactly what they need to make their decision easier, whether that be MBA reviews, graduate stories or simple guides.
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MBA stands for Masters of Business Adminstration and is considered to be one way to illustrate your acumen.
An MBA course is a Masters degree that will teach leaders and emerging leaders how to effectively manage businesses. Learnings are focused on accounting, finance, marketing, human resources management, organisational behaviour and more.
An MBA will also arm you with contacts and a network that could become highly valuable over the length of your career.
Your motivations and career goals will determine if an MBA is right for you. Most global rankings include employability and comparison of pre and post-MBA study.
An MBA generally can take as little as 12 months to complete full-time, or 24 months part time.
Yes, you are able to study at many business schools without a degree. There are alternate pathways for individuals with enough prior work experience.
Yes an MBA is a Masters of Business Administration and is recognised as such.
Many students work full-time while studying part-time. You will need to balance work, life and study more effectively.
There are more than 100 MBA programs in Australia, available online, on-campus or blended.
Yes, Australian MBAs regularly feature within the top 100 in the world.