This section outlines the Master of Management and Master of Management (CEMS) coursework programs offered by the University of Sydney Business School.
||Master of Management
||Master of Management (CEMS)|
|Credit points required for completion||60||72|
|Duration (minimum)||1 year of full-time intensive study||3 semesters of full-time intensive study|
|2 years part-time (domestic students only)|
The Master of Management is specifically developed to meet the needs of high achieving recent graduates from both business and non-business backgrounds.
The Master of Management is designed to help provide students with the skills, knowledge, and experience needed for career advancement in their chosen field.
Distinctive features of this degree include small class sizes, a highly interactive learning environment, direct involvement of corporate partners (inside and outside the classroom), and a focus - across all the specifically designed units of study - on solving real-world business problems. Students will work directly in a leading company on a business project as part of this degree.
The Master of Management (CEMS) degree has been specifically designed to make it possible for students to complete the prestigious CEMS MIM program as part of their degree.
The Master of Management (CEMS) is a 72-credit point degree and requires three semesters of full-time study. As part of this program students will spend at least one semester at a top European University where they will do business projects and internships with leading international companies.
Students admitted in the Master of Management (CEMS) will complete an individual program of study, drawn from Master of Management units of study offered at the University of Sydney and units of study offered at CEMS partner institutions in their Master of Management programs.
The degree structures and progressions are set out as follows: