Most Australian business schools accept the three-year graduation system
into the MBA programme. So, if you have a three-year bachelor degree like
Bachelor of Arts (BA), Bachelor of Commerce (BCom) or Bachelor of
Science (BSc), this is acceptable as it is considered equivalent
to an Australian Bachelor (Ordinary) Degree.
most good Universities, a good first degree from a leading university in India or its
equivalent is essential.
are some universities that accept students for the MBA without a
bachelor degree if they have considerable work experience and
significant professional achievements.
Most Australian business schools require a minimum of two to three years of work experience. This is
Accredited MBA Programs:
AMBA accredited MBA programmes require a minimum of three years of
full-time work experience.
are around five to six Australian business schools that accept students who
have no experience for direct entry into the MBA programme.
GMAT is accepted and recommended by many universities. However, many
Australian universities are
flexible about this criterion and this is not a mandatory
requirement for admission to many Australian MBA programmes.
So, unless, you aiming
for top schools like Melbourne Business School, you need not worry about the
would however recommend you to take GMAT and improve your chances
in good universities.
You need to take either the TOEFL or IELTS for admission to an MBA program in
Australia. This is
required for almost all universities. This mandatory for most
schools even if you have studied in English medium throughout.
schools waive this criteria after a personal interview.
IMPORTANT: IELTS is compulsory requirement for
Australian student visa for students from India, Pakistan,
Bangladesh, Sri Lanka and many other countries. So even if you get
an admission without IELTS score, you will not get a student visa
without IELTS score.
more details about eligibility, check out the list of B-schools in Australia