Our students and staff discuss what sets the Master of Management program at the University of Sydney Business School apart
Give your Career that extra lift
In today's challenging business environment, where many graduates are competing just for an entry level position, our Master of Management degree programs will dramatically increase your employment prospects in your chosen field. Designed for students who have recently completed an undergraduate degree, it will help you develop the skills that businesses demand in their future leaders, regardless of your work experience.
Right from the word go, you will be part of an elite group of around 50 students who will work together in an inspiring environment. Gain hands on experience working with multinational corporations such as Deloitte, PricewaterhouseCoopers and Procter and Gamble, making invaluable contacts and forging future networks.
You'll learn strategy and entrepreneurship, as well as finance and economics. You'll see how to manage both people and organisations. You'll study marketing in a global context and much more. And, as you can't expect to learn everything in a school, a major part of the course has you working in a multi-national or large Australian company and putting what you learn into practice in the real world.
You could also experience the best of the global business world spending up to two semesters studying with a member of our exclusive global CEMS university network including Tsinghua University, HEC Paris, Esade Business School and The London School of Economics & Political Science.
The Master of Management degree is a 60 credit point (12 months full time or 2 years part time) pre-experience program that will equip you with the skills and knowledge necessary for a career in management in your chosen field.
For students with a bachelor's degree in commerce or business, and who are fluent in a second language, the Master of Management (CEMS) degree can take you even further. The Master of Management (CEMS) is a 72 credit point degree (three semesters of full time study) pre-experience program that will open doors to an international career. At least one semester of the program has to be spent on exchange at a CEMS member University.
Students considering postgraduate study can also apply for a prestigious a Business Leader Scholarship or Master of Management Scholarship.
Position yourself to step into a professional management role.
Commonwealth Supported Places
Commonwealth Supported Places (CSP) awarded to domestics students on merit are available across all Postgraduate Business Masters programs (excluding the MBA and EMBA). A CSP is a subsidised higher education enrolment in which the government pays part of the fees directly to the university. Find out more.