Human insight is critical when it comes to understanding how data can be used for success.
Our Master of Analytics Management will give you the skills to become a leader in this area by learning how to work with analysts to extract value from data and use that information to improve business decision-making.
The program is designed for managers who want to learn how to leverage data strategically and consists of part-time study over 18 months.
Students who aspire to become business analytics practitioners are catered to by the Master of Business Analytics.
People come from all over the world to Melbourne Business School because they want to study with the best.
We attract some of the brightest academics in the field from institutions like Yale, Stanford and INSEAD, who teach in class sizes much smaller than their colleagues overseas.
Our campus is just four tram stops from the centre of Melbourne and has vibrant communal areas and accommodation for students who stay on-site during their classes.
We have a number of student clubs dedicated to areas including marketing, consulting and finance, and host regular industry networking events.
What I've learned is how to give the team and myself a better picture of our objectives and what we want from the data.
Consulting Manager, PwC
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The 2020 Master of Analytics Management program fee is $4,300 per subject. The full program consists of 11 subjects. Fees are paid per subject per term in advance, and students are notified of payment deadlines at the beginning of each calendar year.*
FEE-HELP is available for eligible Australian citizens and permanent residents.
Many students share the cost of studying with their employer. Melbourne Business School is happy to provide a business case to share with your employer about the benefits of studying an Executive MBA to the organisation. Please contact us for more information.
Approximately $120 per subject is a reasonable amount to budget for textbooks and other study-related expenses.
*Fees are subject to annual review and may be adjusted to take into account cost increases. The School guarantees that fees will not increase by more than 10 per cent from year to year.
- Commence an application to become familiar with the application process.
- Meet with us to find out more about the School and program.
- Complete and submit your application by the application closing dates.
The Selection Committee will make the final decision on each applicant, usually within four weeks. All applicants will be notified of the outcome via email.
Closing dates for our 2020 intakes are as follows:
30 November 2019
|3 January 2020|
28 February 2020
|27 March 2020|
|30 May 2020||
19 June 2020
30 August 2020
|11 September 2020|
For a successful application, you will need:
- An up-to-date CV showing at least two years of work experience.
- A copy of your undergraduate academic transcript and any postgraduate transcripts, if relevant.
- A passport or verified document showing your current citizenship / residency status.
- An excellent command of English, with a copy of your IELTS or TOEFL score* if you are a non-native speaker.
- Personal statements relating to your goals and how you can contribute to the program.
- The names and contact details of two professional referees.
Please note that international students are not eligible for this program.
*For IELTS, you will need a minimum score of 7.0 overall, with no individual score less than 6.5. For TOEFL iBT, you will need a minimum score of 102, with a written score minimum of 24 and no individual score lower than 21.
- A university degree
- Two professional referees
- English proficiency