Massey University: College of Business

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Massey University: College of Business


The College of Business at Massey University provides ongoing education for the professional development of executives. Executives are provided with a foundation of business knowledge that can be used to tackle both traditional and non-conventional business problems today and in the future. Faculty and practitioners create a challenging environment where MBA students learn how to structure their thinking about business problems and opportunities. Executives are taught not what to think but how to think about business growth and development.

* Auckland, Albany Campus

* Palmerston North, Turitea Campus

* Wellington Campus

* MBA courses are also conducted in Christchurch

KEY PERSONNEL

DBA Enquiries:

* Dr James C. Lockhart (Director, Graduate School of Business), j.c.lockhart@massey.ac.nz

MBA Enquiries:

Auckland & North enquiries:

* Patricia Fulcher MBus (Hens) (Business Manager--Northern, Graduate School of Business), p.fulcher@massey.ac.nz

Palmerston North & South enquiries:

* Emily Green (Admissions and Enrolments, Graduate School of Business), e.green@massey.ac.nz

COURSES

EXECUTIVE MBA

SUITABLE FOR: Executives (SME, Corporate and Public Sector), Business Owners

COST: $29,500

QUALIFICATION: MBA

NZQA REGISTERED: Yes

DURATION / ENROLMENT: 2 years (25 calendar months); or 3 years (42 calendar months)

AVAILABLE: Part-time--weekends

PREREQUISITES: Preferably 5-8 years in employment (with 2-3 years in a managerial role). IELTS 6.5 (ESL).

SPACES AVAILABLE: 30 per annum in Auckland, Wellington (2yr), Palmerston North & Christchurch (3 yr)

KEY TUTORS / FACULTY: Combination of faculty and practitioners

DESCRIPTION: Massey's MBA is now the longest continuously running programme in New Zealand. Students are enrolled in cohorts in each location, with flexibility for self-paced study between cohorts.

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