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MGSM - Macquarie Graduate School of Management
Master of Management

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The MGSM Master of Management (MMgmt) program is designed with the early career professional in mind, and develops the skills, knowledge, experience and business connections necessary to pursue a career in management. The program provides deep experiential learning within contemporary business settings and incorporates an internship component designed to expose students to business practices and build business networks.

Key Points

  • Early career Management program designed from our MBA program 
  • Highly experiential with practical learning and corporate interaction (our first class has already had external exposure to a corporate in their first term!)
  • Practical Experience through "professional placement" and case study with mentoring and teaching from faculty, corporate and professionals.
  • Focus on shaping the future manager.

Basic information and requirements

  • 2 year full-time course
  • 16 units (8 core and 6 electives with 2 units equivalent of Practical Experience/Internship)

When does the program start?

Students can commence study at the beginning of any term put of 4 terms:

  • Term 1: January
  • Term 2: March
  • Term 3: June
  • Term 4: September

All new students are required to attend the orientation session prior to commencement of study.

  • You can find the exact dates of the study terms and application deadlines on our website.

Teaching mode:

Full Time

Language:

English

Begin:

January, March, June, September

Length:

2 Years

Application deadline:

The program has 4 deadlines, depending in which intake you want to start:

  • March: for March intake
  • May: for June intake
  • August: for September intake
  • November: for January intake

Application procedure:

Eligibility

  • Work Experience: Applicants will ideally be recent graduate with some level of work experience between 1-3 years but it is also suitable for fresh grads.
  • Education: Entry requirements are a Bachelor’s degree or higher from a recognised tertiary institution in any area.

MGSM’s English language proficiency requirements:

  • IELTS Academic: Minimum of 6.5 overall with a minimum of 6.0 on each band.
  • TOEFL (internet-based): Minimum of 90 overall with a minimum of 20 in Listening, Reading and Speaking and 22 in Structure/Writing.
  • IMPORTANT: Note that exam results are valid for 2 years and your results must be still valid at the commencement of your program.

Applicant Profile

The MMgmt is really the program for younger people who are looking for management education earlier in their career.

Q: What does real industry experience look like in the context of this program

The program is designed for the students to have real industry experiences throughout every core unit. This means direct interaction with industry - such as:

  • site visits
  • guest speakers
  • live mini-cases
  • ad-hoc mentoring

And opportunities to apply new and accumulated skills and knowledge in an immersive business context: such as:

  • working on live company/industry problems
  • collecting, interpreting and reporting on information for industry partners
  • simulations
  • role play, practice, case competitions and reflection
  • professional placement

The professional placement brings together the knowledge and skills acquired throughout the core units. It can be seen as a capstone for the core curriculum.
Following the professional placement, students will be asked to reflect on their individual performance and identify areas for technical or professional (soft skill) development that they can undertake through their elective choices.

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no academic background in business or economics required