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|Qualification offered||Master of Business Administration|
|CRICOS Course Code||038663C|
|AQF level||AQF Level 9 – Masters Degree|
|Commencement date||Semester 2,2022 (1-AUG-22), Semester 1, 2023 (6-MAR-23), Semester 2, 2023 (31-JUL-23) See academic calendar|
|Program duration||2-years full-time, 4-years part-time. Students with an undergraduate degree in IT can complete the degree in 1.5 years full-time by enrolling in the accelerated option.|
|Location||Level 7, 75 King Street, Sydney, NSW 2000|
|Tuition Fee||$16,000 per year for 2-years full-time; $32,000 for entire program; $24,000 per year for 1.5 years accelerated option;|
|Offer acceptance deadline||Semester 2,2022 (11-JUL-22), Semester 1, 2023 (13-FEB-23), Semester 2, 2023 (10-JUL-23) See academic calendar|
|Administrative deadline for RPL applications||Semester 2,2022 (11-JUL-22), Semester 1, 2023 (13-FEB-23), Semester 2, 2023 (10-JUL-23) See academic calendar|
|Program Fee payment deadline||Semester 2,2022 (18-JUL-22), Semester 1, 2023 (20-FEB-23), Semester 2, 2023 (17-JUL-23) See academic calendar|
|Withdrawal, Deferral, and Change of Enrolment Deadline||Semester 2,2022 (29-JUL-22), Semester 1, 2023 (3-MAR-23), Semester 2, 2023 (28-JUL-23) See academic calendar|
The MBA provides training in the field of Business Administration and comprises 16 units delivered over 4 terms. Students with an undergraduate degree in BA can also complete the degree in 1.5 years by enrolling in the accelerated option and completing 12 units, gaining advanced standing for the first four units.
To be eligible for admission into a postgraduate degree, applicants must satisfy any one of the entry requirements below:
|Student cohort||Educational and other qualifications, skills, prerequisite occupation(s)||Special or alternative admission
|General entry requirements||Domestic students whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of satisfying the institute’s English language requirement. Students must 18 years of age or over at the time of confirmation of their enrolment.||Completion of a Bachelor degree or higher in any discipline or evidence of academic capability judged to be equivalent.|
|Higher Education Entry||Successful completion of two years full time or four years part-time of a Bachelor Degree or equivalent in a related discipline with a minimum GPA of 2.0.||N/A|
|International students||Completion of HSC or equivalent Australian or international qualification. International students whose first language is not English are required to provide evidence of satisfying the institute’s English language requirement.
Successful completion of a mathematics unit from an Australian or international qualification with a minimum grade of 65.
Students must 18 years of age or over at the time of confirmation of their enrolment.
|Special and/or alternative entry: non-school leavers (mature-age applicants and/or those who do not hold their HSC or equivalent)||Applicants without a formal qualification, but with appropriate years of relevant work experience will be considered. Students must 18 years of age or over at the time of confirmation of their enrolment.||Skills and knowledge gained through work experience, life experience and/or formal training are assessed on a case-by-case basis.|
In order to be admitted to this program at the Sydney Institute of Higher Education, applicants should meet the English language requirements of the program. Applicants can demonstrate their English proficiency with evidence of completing one of the courses or tests listed below:
Applicants will meet the English language entry requirements if they provide evidence of completing:
Applicants will meet the English language entry requirements if, in the last four years, they have:
English Language Tests
The following English language tests and scores will meet the English language requirements. The test should have been completed within the last two years.
|Test||Undergraduate Courses||Postgraduate Courses|
|Academic IELTS||An overall minimum score of 6.0 with at least 5.5 in each component of the test||An overall score of 6.5 with at least 6.0 in each component|
|TOEFL –Paper based test||A score of 498 with a test of written English score of 5.0||A score of 565 with a test of written English score of 4.5|
|TOEFL –Internet based test||A score of 60 with a minimum 18 in writing, 16 in reading, speaking, listening||A score of 85, with a minimum of 19 in writing and at least 17 in reading, listening, speaking|
|Cambridge CAE Advanced
|An overall score of 176 with at least 169 in all other components|
|Cambridge CAE Advanced
|58 overall with all other components at the borderline level or higher|
|PTE Academic||An overall score of 50, with a minimum of 42 in all sections||An overall score of 58 with no band less than 50|
|C1 Advanced (formerly CAE)||Pre-2015: 58
2015 and onwards: 176
|C2 Proficiency (formerly CPE)||Pre-2015: 45
2015 and onwards: 176
The applicant may demonstrate that they meet the English language entry requirements by providing evidence of:
|Number of units expected to be taken per term full time||4|
|Expected contact hours per week, per unit of study||4|
|Expected private study hours per week, per unit of study||6|
|Total hours expected per week, per unit of study||10|
Upon completion of the Master of Business Administration students will have demonstrated their ability to:
The program will primarily be delivered in face-to-face mode, on-campus at the Sydney Institute of Higher Education’s Sydney campus at Level 7, 75 King Street, Sydney, NSW 2000. Where the delivery of the program in face-to-face mode is impacted by COVID-19, the program (or any affected part of the program) will be available in an online mode of delivery.
After enrolling, students may modify their program by withdrawing from a subject, enrolling in an additional subject, or changing the term in which they commence a subject. This can be done through the online student portal, or through Student Administration.
Students are advised to change their enrolment before the program administrative date in order to avoid being charged a fee for late changes to their enrolment.
Students who wish to withdraw from a program at the Sydney Institute of Higher Education are strongly encouraged to speak with the Program Director and/or a relevant student support officer in order to discuss their reason for withdrawal and future plans.
Students may apply to Student Administration Coordinator to withdraw from their program.
Full details as to the circumstances when a student may withdraw from their course or unit are listed in the Enrolment Policy.
Students are not guaranteed a place in the program from which they have withdrawn. If they wish to be re-admitted in future, they must go through the program application and admissions process.
All procedures defined above are available to international students, however, international students must remain aware of their visa conditions and the effect that program modification may have on their enrolment and consequent visa requirements. The Sydney Institute of Higher Education must take into account the impact of an international student’s application on their visa when evaluating applications.
The Sydney Institute of Higher Education will only grant program deferrals and leaves of absence and impose temporary suspensions on serious grounds such as compelling or compassionate circumstances
The Sydney Institute of Higher Education recognises its obligation to report any changes to the enrolment details of an international student through the Provider Registration and International Student Management System (PRISMS) system.
Full details are provided in the Enrolment Policy, Monitoring Academic Progress Policy and Procedures for Monitoring Program Progress of International Students.
A student may not:
The maximum duration of a course is the lesser time of either the length of the student visa, as stated on the student’s CoE, or the maximum course duration = (full-time duration in years x 2) + 2 years. Where the maximum length is the length of the student’s visa, as stated on the student’s CoE, the Sydney Institute of Higher Education may extend the student’s course duration if:
The Sydney Institute of Higher Education will advise an international student visa holder whose study duration has been extended to contact the Department of Home Affairs (DHA) to seek advice on any potential impacts on their visa, including the need to obtain a new visa.
Please refer to our Enrolment Policy.
The MBA comprises 16 units delivered over 4 terms culminating in one of four specialisations. Students with an undergraduate degree in BA can also complete the degree in 1.5 years by enrolling in the accelerated option and completing 12 units, gaining advanced standing for the first four units.
|Level (Year/Term)||Unit Code||Name of Unit||Core or Elective Unit||Prerequisite(s)||Specialisation|
|Year 1 Term 1||MBA101||Financial decision-making||Core||Nil|
|MBA104||Legal systems and institutions||Core||Nil|
|Year 1 Term 2||MBA105||Communication||Core||Nil|
|MBA106||Business performance frameworks||Core||MBA101|
|MBA107||Agile and design thinking||Core||MBA102|
|Year 2 Term 1||MBA201||People and teams||Core||Nil|
|MBA203||Data analytics and A.I.||Core||Nil|
|MBA204||Emerging trends in management||Core||Nil|
|Year 2 Term 2||MBA205||Ethics and critical thinking||Core||Nil|
Completion of this degree opens a range of employment possibilities for students. Among the potential pathways are:
Master of Business Adminstrator potential employment possibilities
Additional charges include textbooks and other materials. Please refer to our schedule of fees.