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Written on the 5 June 2009

WHILE most executives appreciate the benefits of an MBA, many simply cannot see how study would fit into their schedule. That is why Bond University offer two study modes – both of which are different from the pack.

Take the EMBA – it’s run in ‘executive mode’ where classes are delivered in eight day blocks (easily scheduled as annual leave), while the MBA follows Bond’s fast tracked three semester program. Both courses can be completed in a year.

Potential students also have a choice of the experience level of who they study with – the EMBA is open only to those who have had at least eight years of work experience, with three of those being at a management level, while the MBA is open to those with an undergraduate degree or other recognised professional experience and qualifications.

The next candidate intake is in August this year and Bond is hosting an information evening at the Bond University campus on June 10. This complimentary evening is the place to find out all you need to know about an MBA and is also a fantastic networking opportunity for any professional. More info at: www.bond.edu.au/mba.


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