The Master of Management degree is a 60 credit point (12 month 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. Part of the course involves working directly with leading companies on real business problems.The degree was designed by The University of Sydney, with input from leading business schools in Europe and leading global corporations.
The contribution of business leaders in its design cannot be underestimated. It is built on a foundation of key characteristics employers are really seeking in their people.
If you are fluent in a second language, you can go one step further with the Master of Management (CEMS) degree, which takes approximately 18 months to complete.
CEMS is the Global Alliance in Management Education and the University of Sydney Business School is the only Australian business school that is a member.
As part of this program you will spend at least one semester at a top European University where you will do business projects and internships with leading international companies, an opportunity that will open doors for you worldwide.
Make the most of the degree you have
Although you have already spent years studying to get a first degree, be it in Arts, Accounting, History, Science or some other field, sometimes just having a degree is not enough. Particularly in today's competitive environment, when many graduates are competing for the same job. Or you may be interested in more than just an entry level job.
Make your education work harder for you. The Master of Management degree can help you to work at the top level in your chosen field and use your knowledge to be successful.
For example, if your first degree is in Arts or Science, why not supplement it with a Master of Management degree? Then you would have more to offer leading companies. The combination of your Arts or Science knowledge and your management skills will dramatically increase your employment prospects in your chosen field.
If you're doing a business degree, the same thing applies. Your undergraduate degree may well get you a junior position in a large company. But if you supplement it with a Master of Management degree, you'll have many more employment opportunities and the climb to the top may be shorter.
Get the opportunities you deserve
If your application is successful you will work with a small class (around 50) of high achieving students in an environment that is both competitive and inspiring.
Part of the course will involve you working directly with leading companies on real business problems. It's the sort of experience you need to get the career you deserve and it will give you an unfair advantage when you start working in the real world.
Small classes, large scope
If your application is successful, you will be part of an elite group of around 50 students, who will work together in an inspiring environment.
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 actually working in a multi-national or large Australian company and putting what you learn into practice in the real world.