Entry Requirements

All applicants who wish to enrol in the ASAM MBA will be considered on an individual basis. 

The entry requirements applicable to you will depend on your qualifications and professional experience. 

Australian Students 

Entry Requirements  

Graduate Certificate of Business Administration 

Graduate Diploma of Business Administration 

Master of Business Administration 

All applicants who wish to study the Graduate Certificate of Business Administration, the Graduate Diploma of Business Administration or the Master of Business Administration must satisfy one of the following entry requirements: 

Completion of an Australian undergraduate degree or higher, or an equivalent qualification (obtained within the last 10 years), and 

3-5 years work experience in a professional context. 

Application Requirements 

Evidence of qualification 

A curriculum vitae detailing your professional experience  

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How to Apply and Enrol

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Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander People  

All Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Students who do not meet the Direct Entry requirements for the ASAM post graduate courses are encouraged to discuss their personal circumstances with the ASAM admissions team and arrange for an interview. Free call ASAM on 1300 138 037 to speak to the admissions team. 

Recognition of Prior Learning & Credit Transfers  

ASAM will recognise an individual’s prior learning and may grant credit towards satisfying the requirements for course. This is applied where previous learning is considered equivalent to the content and learning outcomes prescribed for units within the course. For full details, please refer to ASAM’s policy on recognition of prior learning and credit transfers [insert link to policy page]. 

International Students 

International students may be admitted in accordance with Government and ASAM’s policies and can apply directly to ASAM for admission. International students will be admitted in compliance with the Education Services for Overseas Students Act 2000 and its Regulations 2001. 

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