MBA (Specialisations)

Build the foundations for a rewarding managerial career and lead the industries of tomorrow.

While MBAs have traditionally been focused on a wide range of general management knowledge, recent graduates starting their careers are frequently required to have a specialised skill set in a particular industry or profession. The specialist MBA programs tackle this by offering the potential to specialise in a number of high demand areas including:

Who is this program for?

Expanding on the general management skills taught in the Emerging Leaders MBA, our range of specialist MBA programs provide students with the opportunity to specialise in a particular area, further enabling them to accelerate their journey into leadership.

By combining the benefits of a generalist degree with a specialisation, graduates will be well prepared for a rapid progression from entry into the workforce to a managerial position.


  • Entrepreneurship

    Well-honed entrepreneurial skills are critical for all professionals in today’s volatile global workplace. But those who aspire to lead must take them to an entirely different level. The ability to systematically inspire and drive an organisation-wide culture of innovation will give you and your enterprise a near future-proof competitive advantage.

    Master of Business Administration (Entrepreneurship)

  • Marketing

    The faster the world moves, the more critical marketing becomes. Mastery of the discipline enables business leaders to drive growth by ensuring their products’ or services’ greatest strengths are communicated compellingly and with strategic precision: at the right time, to the right audience, through the right channels.

    Master of Business Administration (Marketing)

  • Wine Business

    Wine is that rarest of commodities: a pleasurable indulgence so loved that countless people around the world consider it a near essential part of life. It’s also very big business; by 2023, it’s estimated the global wine market will be worth over US$423 billion. Wineries and other organisations wishing to grow their share of that market seek business leaders with deep and broad insight into the industry’s unique characteristics.

    Master of Business Administration (Wine Business)

  • Project Management

    Technological disruption is changing organisations’ plans worldwide. But this key management requirement remains: organisations will always depend on leaders who can capably manage the large-scale initiatives they undertake to adapt and grow. The ability to efficiently and effectively lead major commercial projects will give you and your enterprise a vital career and market advantage.

    Master of Business Administration (Project Management)

  • International Trade and Development

    International trade and development is the glue that binds humanity into a single, powerful engine of progress. It has the potential to generate widespread prosperity, raise global living standards, strengthen societies, and build strong, respectful cross-border relationships. Leaders who master its complexities will enjoy a wealth of career opportunities throughout the world.

    Master of Business Administration (International Trade and Development)

How to apply

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.

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