Management Degree - First in Sydney
Sydney University has become the only Australian university to offer recent graduates a new management degree that partners with some of the world's top companies and Europe's leading business schools.
The new Masters of Management degree, commencing in March 2009, will provide graduates with practical management skills, says program director Associate Professor Nick Wailes. Students will learn to provide integrated solutions to business problems so they are fully job ready. They also spend six weeks working with our partner companies applying their knowledge in a real-world environment.
In addition, the University is a member of CEMS- the Community of European Management Schools and International Companies, a strategic alliance of leading business schools and multinational companies, including Adidas, Nokia and McKinsey & Company. The University of Sydney is the only Australian partner university.
The best students in the program will have the chance to complete the CEMS Master of International Management, the flagship degree of the Community of European Management Schools, an alliance of Europe's top 18 business schools, including the London School of Economics and HEDC Paris.