The providers define MBA prerequisites in line with regulatory standards. These can include education, experience, visa status & your English proficiency. There are many pathways to studying your MBA in Australia. There are providers who also take on students with “special considerations”.
Typical MBA Prerequisites
At Masters level, the majority of MBA providers request a recognised qualification. While it may not need to be Business specific, it will need to be an undergraduate degree. The reasoning for this is due to the MBA building upon the skills introduced during your previous studies.
Other entry pathways exist – if you don’t have a qualification mentioned, you may still study your MBA.
Whether you are a domestic or an international student, you will need to prove your English proficiency. This may be conducted over the phone, throughout onboarding, study certificates or English tests.
To find out whether your provider and MBA program is CRICOS certified – search their website here.
Choosing your MBA provider
Now you have an understanding of whether or not you may be able to study your Masters of Business Administration, the next step is to get some tips on choosing an MBA.