The University of South Australia, commonly referred to as UniSA offers two MBA programs. Their vision is to be a leading contributor to Australia being known as having the best education system in the world, supporting the world’s most innovative, cohesive and sustainable society.

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The Dean of the University of South Australia Business School is Professor Stephen Boyle.

A maximum of 1/3 of the units relating to UniSA Masters programs are able to be credited based on the Recognition of Prior Learning. Additional credits may be granted for a Graduate Certificate undertaken as part of the MBA pathway.

More than 2,500 University of South Australia students are on a scholarship. Business Administration students are able to apply to a number of scholarships, based on eligibility.

The Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander MBA Scholarship is open to those who are nominated and partially sponsored by their employer. This will mean the employer will sponsor 50% of tuition, while the university will waver the ohter 50%.

The Women in MBA (WiMBA) Scholarship from UniSA is one of the WiMBA scholarships found across a number of business schools in Australia looking to increase the equality in workplace, with less females studying their MBA and many females being underpaid for the same role as a male. This is open to women nominated and partially sponsored by their employer.

University of South Australia MBAs

Currently, UniSA offers two MBA programs, available on-campus in Adelaide or online. Both international students and domestic students are able to apply. Compare UniSA MBA course details and reviews below.

Master of Business Administration

Discover the UniSA MBA.

MBA (International)

Find out about the University of South Australia MBA (International).

UniSA Business School Campus Location

MBA students are able to study online, or on-campus in Adelaide.

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