Best Healthcare MBA Programs In Australia

by Arvind Mehta on Tuesday 5 November 2013, 5:21 PM | Category: Health Care & Hospitality Management | View: 1421 views
 
 
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Australia is one of the leading healthcare destinations in the world and as a consequence of this, the number of students looking to pursue medical studies and healthcare management in Australia is on the rise. According to the Australian Institute of Business, an MBA graduate fresh out of his business school is expected to earn $109,000 annually. Given this lucrative earning potential, healthcare management professionals too are being drawn to this country. 

If you are someone looking to have an idea about the best management schools in Australia for healthcare management, here is a brief rundown of the best three. 

Deakin Business School, Malvern

This university is located at Malvern,a small suburb near Melbourne. The program offers 15 month full time program for students interesting in specializing in health and human services management. The Deakin university program is one of the few AACSB, AAMB and EQUIS accredited healthcare management programs available in Australia. 

Australian Catholic University (ACU)

The Australian Catholic University is one of the largest national public universities in Australia and was established in 1991. Although there are six campuses in all, the healthcare management program is offered primarily at the North Sydney campus. There are two full-time programs available and they extend for 1.5 years and 2 years respectively. Besides this, ACU also offers its students the option to enrol in a part time course on MBA (Health). The ACU has a number of proud alumni across Sydney and elsewhere in Australia. According to Dr. Richard Smith, a dentist in Parramatta, NSW, ACU alumni are highly sought after in the healthcare industry after their MBA. 

James Cook University

The James Cook university is situated at Townsville in Queensland, Australia. There are two kinds of 1 year full time programs available. One program is technically 1.5 years long while the other has an intensive training structure and completes in one year. Besides these programs,. the university also offers a dual degree MBA program in public health.

Besides these universities, there are a number of other MBA programs in Australia that healthcare students may find useful. Among them, the degrees offered by Queensland University of Technology, International Graduate School of Business - University of South Australia, Monash University , University of Tasmania and Flinders university are pretty good names. All these institutions are accredited by AACSB, AMBA and EQUIS and are worth exploring. 

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