The Adelaide MBA course 'Fundamentals of Leadership' accelerated their studies at The Bend Motorsport Park on 17 and 18 September.
Looking back upon his decision to study the Adelaide MBA, Will is proud of everything that he has put into pursuing a postgraduate qualification to upskill.
After returning to the workforce after starting a family, Melanie Cottell soon realised she wanted to undertake professional development to refresh and expand her skill sets.
In 2014, Jane Brunton stepped into a role to oversee the business planning and business case evaluation at Heathgate Resources.
Starting his career as an Army officer in the Defence Force, Scott Minion decided he wanted to gain exposure to areas of the business world he had not experienced before.
Marie Ellul graduated from her Bachelor of Health Sciences (with Honours) at The University of Adelaide, and once the University spin-out company, ART Lab Solutions, she soon realised that she needed to upskill her business knowledge fast.
Beginning an internationally-respected MBA during a pandemic was ‘highly valuable’ for student Pulkit Verma.
A wide range of scholarship support is available for commencing and future Adelaide MBA applicants. With categories covering leadership, financial need and community achievement (to name a few), the simple step of applying for a scholarship can have a large-scale impact on your Adelaide MBA journey.
In an increasingly digital age, made even more prominent thanks to the on-set of COVID, we cannot underestimate the value of in-class learning. Here’s three reasons why attending classes in person can benefit your overall learning experience.
An MBA is more than a degree to create leaders; it can also create change. As the New Year comes into full swing, many professionals are considering using this time to pivot careers, turning to the broad business skills and networks gained during MBA studies to help facilitate this change.