The MBA (Global Trade Management) is a marketing oriented course which emphasises export marketing and management and export trade promotion, particularly, but not exclusively, within the Asia Pacific region. It attempts to develop practical, "hands-on" marketing skills as well as the other functional skills, knowledge and attitudes associated with exporting and other forms of international business. It is designed for middle and senior management of small to medium enterprises interested in initiating or expanding their trade in goods and services globally and for budding entrepreneurs seeking opportunities within the exciting area of international trade. It also caters for those seeking an MBA with a decidedly international and practical perspective.
Normal course duration
1.5 years full-time (3 sessions)
Applicants are required to have an undergraduate degree from a recognised Australian tertiary institution or a qualification deemed to be equivalent. Applicants with other academic and/or professional qualifications and/or work experience acceptable to the University will be considered.
Credits for one or both of the subjects, Management and the Global Economy and Business Accounting and Finance, may be considered for graduates of commercial/business degrees, subject to certain conditions. Students who have completed the Graduate Certificate in Global Trade Management will be awarded credit for the four subjects completed in the Graduate Certificate.
To graduate, students must satisfactorily complete 96 points (the equivalent of 12 eight point subjects).
Associate Professor Norm Philp
School of Business
Telephone: (02) 6051 6825
Facsimile: (02) 6051 6878