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Australian Business School

Australian Business School The International Graduate School of Management at the University of South Australia emphasises the Asia Pacific region. The IGSB offers programs that has been skilfully crafted to include a comprehensive set of learning outcomes, integrating the knowledge and skills that are essential to leading and managing in your organisation. Our programs are both demanding and rewarding and our aim is to attract students who value the journey as much as the destination. Our school offers a range of business-relevant, leading edge programs including the PhD, DBA, MBA and Graduate Certificates and Graduate Diplomas in Management.

Website: Australian Business School

UWA Business School

UWA Business School The UWA Business School is one of the leading Business Schools in the Asia Pacific Region, and has a reputation for international excellence in research, teaching and learning for offering high quality courses that are diverse, flexible and widely recognized. Also it is one of the academic Faculties operating as autonomous academic and administrative units within the University of Western Australia. There are two schools within the Business School, The School of Economics and Commerce and the Graduate School of Management.

Website: UWA Business School

RMIT Business School

RMIT Business School RMIT Business is recognised throughout the region as a leader in the field of business and management education, both in Australia and throughout South-East Asia, with approximately 18,000 students throughout Australia and the Asia Pacific Region. Approximately 13,600 students are studying in the heart of Melbourne's central business district while over 4,000 students undertake programs off-campus in Rural Victoria, China, Singapore, Malaysia and Hong Kong. RMIT is well placed to cater for the diverse technical, education and training needs of the business community and most business programs are offered from a central city location in Bourke Street in the heart of Melbourne.

Website: RMIT Business School

Southern Cross University - School of Commerce & Management

Southern Cross University The School of Commerce & Management during the last 25 years of development and delivery of business degree programs to Australian and International students and of undertaking focussed relevant research, frequently in conjunction with our many industry and institutional partners. Our course delivery spans three Australian Campuses and a number of international locations. All our teaching is backed up by our research, which has a particular focus on small business management and we actively collaborate with business industry leaders and professional bodies to ensure the relevance of our education programs and research.

Website: School of Commerce & Management

Flinders Business School

Flinders Business School The Business School offers opportunities in teaching, research and professional engagement, and is expected to play a crucial role in the University’s strategic development over the coming years. A revamped Bachelor of Commerce and a new, more flexible and innovative, Bachelor of Business are the flagship courses provided by the Flinders Business School. Many of our graduates find their way into the private sector – and prosper.

Website: Flinders Business School

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