Master of Business Administration
Ranked Tier 1 and 18th in the world in CEO Magazine’s 2022 Global Online MBA Rankings*
Why study your MBA at La Trobe?
Our success is your success, too. You’ll stand out from the crowd with an MBA ranked Tier 1 and 18th in the world by CEO Magazine’s 2022 Global Online MBA Rankings*.
You'll develop the critical skills to become a modern manager:
- Responsible leadership and corporate governance
- Understand how to manage people and operations to achieve ethical and sustainable outcomes.
- Be ready to take your business plans from conception to completion.
- Business analysis
- Explore how data can shape your strategies to help you make smarter decisions.
- Innovation and design thinking
- Harness your creativity to drive change across an organisation.
- Accounting and financial management
- Accelerate your accounting and finance skills to precisely analyse business practices.
Study an MBA that fits around your life and is tailored to help you achieve your career goals. La Trobe's EFMD-accredited MBA offers a world-class curriculum, co-designed and delivered by major industry partners including Mercer and the Victorian Equal Opportunity and Human Rights Commission.
With flexible options, you can choose to study on campus, online or a blend of both. That means you can balance your work commitments while building globally recognised leadership skills.
Our MBA incorporates contemporary industry intelligence to provide you with meaningful professional opportunities. You'll be more prepared for your next step with career coaching and executive interviews, start-up support, mentoring and networking. You’ll also enhance your career prospects as you develop a co-designed and co-delivered Career Development Portfolio, coached by Randstad Risesmart.
*CEO Magazine, 2022, 2022 Global MBA Rankings [PDF, 1.6 MB]
Study an MBA ranked among the world's best
CEO magazine ranks our MBA Tier 1 and 18th in the world*. Boost your career with a globally recognised and awarded MBA
Award: Master of Business Administration
Start dates: Semester 1 (February 2022), Semester 2 (July 2022)
Duration: 1.5 years full-time or part-time equivalent
Fees and scholarships: $39,000 per 120 credit points. A scholarship might be available to you where you could have your fees reduced by up to 25%.
Learn more about fees and scholarships
Successful completion of an Australian Bachelor’s degree (or equivalent), WAM - Weighted Average Mark (WAM) 60%, and three years relevant managerial experience.
- View prerequisites for entry into the research specialisation, a discipline-specific specialisation and conditions of admission.
With a La Trobe MBA, you’ll use your leadership skills, diverse industry networks and understanding of global corporate governance to advance your career in a wide range of industries. Roles may include:
- General manager
- Chief operating officer (COO)
- Chief financial officer (CFO)
- Board director
- Business and management consultant
Study options to suit you
Hear from our MBA students
La Trobe's MBA improved my credibility, confidence and ability to influence others. The worldly lecturers and assignments encouraged me to interact with people outside my sector and grow as a person. It was my passport to management in local government and without this MBA I wouldn't have been a credible CEO candidate.
The quality lecturers and strong cohort of fellow MBA students challenged me to thrive in a high-performing environment. My experiential learning project with one-on-one mentoring allowed me to learn faster and apply my knowledge in a way that really mattered, all while having the flexibility to study in ways that fit around other life commitments.
The first reason I decided to study my MBA was the learning and growth opportunity; the second reason was that it’s really becoming a prerequisite to have an MBA on your file; and thirdly, largely, for career advancement. An MBA is fast becoming a prerequisite for career advancement. My advice to others would be, don’t be worried about the workload. You should treat it similar to a sport, where you have to train two nights a week and then you generally have one day on the weekend that you’re committing to that sport. If you can commit that as the bare minimum, you should be able to navigate through an MBA quite easily.