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Is work experience compulsory to do MBA in Australia?
Asked by: ashima
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Posted on Wed, 28 Jul 2010 06:13:09 GMT
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I want to know if the work experience is compulsory to do MBA in Australia. Please tell me. I am completely confused what to do after my graduation. And, also tell me the universities which do not require the work experience for admission into a MBA program in Australia.
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It is compulsory at most of the universities, but some university can exempt work experience requirement if you have excellent previous academic performances.

I found the following schools which may offer you admission without any prior work experiences:

Charles Strurt University - http://www.studygroup.edu.au/csu/master_business_administration.aspx

Macquarie Graduate School of Management
http://www.mgsm.edu.au/

Swinburne University of Technology

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