Why Master of Management (Marketing)
MIB – Master of International Business.jpgOne of only nine in Australia with EQUIS accreditation, our Business School is ranked in the top one per cent worldwide1. EQUIS is the world’s leading international accreditation for business schools, awarded by the quality assurance arm of the European Foundation for Management Development (EFMD).
The Master of Management is designed in consultation with our network of industry and professional partners. It is informed by world-class research in management, marketing and business, combining up-to-date theory and the practical application of management models and methods.
UniSA is home to the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science, the world’s largest Institute for research into marketing.
In your marketing specialisation you will learn from these leading scientists who advise senior marketing executives from all over the world. You will benefit from an evidence-based approach to marketing, and access the latest in practical industry research.
As a graduate, you can rest assured that yours is a globally competitive degree that is respected internationally for its quality and relevance to industry. You will be equipped with the knowledge, skills and experience to succeed in your future career—no matter where in the world you choose to work.
1 One of just nine institutions in Australia and 169 globally to be accredited by EQUIS. There are a total pool of 16,585 business schools worldwide, AACSB, May 2017.
Our links to UniSA’s research facilities ensure your learning is connected to the latest technologies, theories and applications of knowledge. In the Master of Management, our teachers are leaders in their field. You could be working with people from any one of these globally recognised institutes:
Ehrenberg Bass Institute for Marketing Science
Australian Centre for Asian Business
Centre for Workplace Excellence
Centre for Tourism and Leisure Management
Institute for Choice
Hawke Research Institute
Centre for Applied Finance and Economics