Indian students prefer to study management from Australian universities

Dr. T P Sethumadhavan (from Sydney)

Australian universities are competing with each other in offering MBA programmes. They offer customised management programmes catering to the need of potential stakeholders. Recent trend is, more number of Indian students are interested to pursue education from Australia. Their preferred destinations are Melbourne, Queensland, Perth and Sydney.

Australia's leading public university the University of Newcastle has certain unique advantages. It is ranked within top 200 universities for management, within 150 for Business Administration and within 200 in the world for Business and Economics. University has been ranked at 10 in Australia for Business Administration.

It will provide next generation university experience where students can engage with entrepreneurs, innovators, startups and developers to produce ideas that challenge the conventional methods. The technology assisted learning spaces are designed to facilitate whole class discussion, providing optimum environment for students in their studies.
Collaborative learning and research spaces, work integrated learning opportunities, facilities for industry, professional and community engagement, 24/7 access to social spaces for students are some of the advantages university is offering. The faculty of Business and Law is offering comprehensive degrees embedded with real world experiences and opportunities for industry collaboration at local, national and international level.
The faculty of Business and Law offers opportunities for more than 200 students per year to take part in international immersions, placements, student exchanges and leadership programmes in countries which include China, USA, Japan, France, Singapore, Fiji and Vietnam. MBA programme duration is 1.5 years full time or part time up to 5 years duration under trimester system. 95 percent of MBA graduates secure employment within four months of completing their degree.
The University of Newcastle is offering MBA with specialisations in Marketing, Human resources, Finance, Health Services, International Business, Innovation and Entrepreneurship and Co-operative and Social Enterprise. University also offers women students, MBA scholarships based on academic achievement.
Students of the university say that they are gaining more insight in to understanding business management decisions and develop expertise in new emerging areas.

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