Master of International Management

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Dr. Olga Muzychenko, MIM Program Director

Based in a state home to many booming export industries and award-winning firms, the Master of International Management equips students for a career in business and management without borders.

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Who is this program for?

Program length Outcome
2 years Created for individuals from unrelated career/educational backgrounds, this program allows you to transition into a career in international business.
1.5 years This program provides graduates from business disciplines with a shorter pathway into the global business workforce.

A number of scholarships are available for both domestic and international postgraduate coursework students who meet our entry requirements. 

What will you learn?

The Master of International Management provides you with the expertise sought after by employers across the globe.

Key teachings include:

  • Developing an understanding of the issues that managers face operating global supply chain
  • Learning how to expand both new ventures and existing operations into foreign markets.
  • Building the skills required to conduct business in international markets and emerging economies effectively.

You will also complete an applied international experience encouraging the development of highly valued practical abilities, offering you a competitive edge in the workforce.

A true global experience

You can also complete an internationally accredited double degree at one of our European partner institutions, including EM Strasbourg Business School, Corvinus University of Budapest, and Ca' Foscari University of Venice.

Admissions 

Entry requirements

Bachelor degree in any field of knowledge. Your degree must be equivalent to a 3-year bachelor degree under the Australian Qualifications Framework (Level 7).

The shorter 1.5-year study is available to graduates with a Bachelor degree in a related discipline and a GPA of 4.5.

English Language Proficiency - International applicants must have a minimum IELTS test score of 6.5 average with a minimum of 6 in each band.

2019 course fees
  1.5 years (12 courses) 2 years (16 courses)
Domestic A$44,250 A$59,000
International A$63,000 A$84,000

  Eligible domestic candidates may have the option of deferring the cost of their tuition to FEE-HELP.

  * Fees for courses completed in subsequent years may be subject to change.


Applications

Both domestic and international candidates are required to submit their applications through SATAC. This process takes an average of 4 weeks to complete but may require additional time.

SATAC Code 3CM205
Intakes Courses are offered in trimester mode. Intakes for this degree will be in January and September.
International applicants

If you would like assistance with your application and preparation for your study in Adelaide including visa applications etc. then you may wish to speak with an Agent. Find a representative in your area.

Domestic admissions   International admissions