Graduate Certificate of Management - Post MBA

Graduate Certificate of Management - Post MBA

Continual learning and development are vital to driving professional advancement and personal growth – and this is the philosophy that drives our university-recognised Graduate Certificate of Management Post-MBA.

The first of its kind in Australia and offered to all MBA graduates (not just graduates from MGSM), this program teaches the latest management concepts and tools to help you keep pace with the changing face of business.

Whether it’s been some time since completing your MBA and you want to update your skills or it’s broader knowledge in an entirely new area of expertise you seek, the Graduate Certificate of Management Post-MBA program is an opportunity to recharge your career, capabilities and network.

Graduate Certificate of Management - Post MBA quick facts

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Entry requirements
  • MBA qualification and a minimum of two years’ relevant work experience, at a managerial or professional level, for direct entry into the Graduate Certificate Post-MBA.
  • If you are an international applicant, you may be required to demonstrate proficiency in English.
StructureChoose four course units from over 30 options.
Locations

State-of-the-art lecture theatres and modern, well-equipped, syndicate rooms at:

  • North Ryde
  • Sydney CBD
  • Hong Kong.
Costs of tuition
  • The fees for 2017 & 2018 are $4,000.00 per course unit.
  • We recommend you also allow approximately $120 per course unit textbook.

Structure

You can choose four course units from over 30 options for your Post-MBA studies, provided you have not already studied them through the MBA Program. The units you choose can be studied at our North Ryde, Sydney CBD or Hong Kong campus, or any combination of our campus locations.

More on course units.

Details

The Graduate Certificate of Management Post-MBA program can be completed in three to six months, or a maximum of one year, depending on timetable availability.

Each course unit involves 40 hours of face-to-face lectures, and an additional workload of up to 140 hours over the 10-week term. Students spend this time preparing for lectures, projects, presentations and exams, as well as completing individual and group assignments.

The Graduate Certificate of Management Post-MBA program is available at our North Ryde, Sydney CBD or Hong Kong campuses.

Entry requirements

The Graduate Certificate of Management Post-MBA program is open to candidates who already have an MBA from a recognised institution.

English language requirements

Applicants who are relying on qualifications gained in countries where English is not the first spoken language may be required to demonstrate proficiency in English.

English language tests recognised by MGSM are International English Language Testing Service (IELTS) or Test of English as a Foreign Language (TOEFL).

Applicants should arrange their own test and gain at least the following scores:

Test* Required Score
IELTS 2017: 6.5 overall (minimum 6.0 in each band)
2018: 7.0 overall (minimum 6.0 in each band)         

TOEFL - internet

2017

Minimum of:

90 overall:
12 in Listening
21 in Writing
13 in Reading
18 in Speaking

2018

Minimum of:

100 overall:
12 in Listening
21 in Writing
13 in Reading
18 in Speaking

* MGSM reserves the right, in addition to the above, to administer further testing.

Term dates

2017 & 2018 Intakes

MGSM has a four term academic year and students can elect to start their program at the beginning of any term. Terms consist of ten weeks of class, one week for exams and one week vacation.

Upcoming MGSM term dates

Term/Year Study Ready Workshop Class Dates Application Deadline International Application Deadline Domestic
Term 4 201716 September 201718 September – 03 December 201704 August 201718 August 2017
Term 1 2018 06 or 07 January 2018 08 January - 25 March 2018 10 November 2017 08 December 2017
Term 2 2018

31 March 2018

02 April - 10 June 2018

16 February 2018

02 March 2018

Term 3 201823 or 24 June 201825 June - 09 September 201811 May 201825 May 2018

Term dates do not include exam week.

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