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The UQ MBA will prepare you for the next step in your career – whether that's a promotion, transitioning industries or starting your own business.

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Applications close soon 

The UQ MBA will prepare you for the next step in your career – whether that's a promotion, transitioning industries or starting your own business.

Apply by 30 November to start in early 2023. 

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Top reasons to study your MBA at UQ

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Career outcomes   

100% of our graduates seeking a new role found it in 3 months. Earn $60K more than peers.

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Learn online or in-person in the CBD. Study part-time or graduate in 1 year.

Learn with the best

Learn with the best 

Join future industry leaders. We rank #1 worldwide for student quality (The Economist, 2022).

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Access exclusive events, support and learning experiences beyond the classroom.

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  • At The University of Queensland, you have the flexibility to choose how long you want to study the MBA program, depending on other priorities and your professional goals. In comparison, it can take 2 years of full-time study to complete your Master of Business Administration (MBA) at many business schools around the world.
  • So, you’ve decided to start your Master of Business Administration (MBA) journey. This is a big step, and one that will reward you immensely.
  • Deciding to study your Master of Business Administration (MBA) online or in-person can be a tough decision. There are multiple factors to consider, including flexibility, cost and the quality of the program. While many MBA programs are transitioning to online delivery formats, there are still three clear benefits of studying your MBA with a face-to-face element.

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*This program is currently under review. Please visit study.uq.edu.au for up-to-date information but note, changes may not be reflected there until late 2023.