Master of Business AdministrationCareer
As an RMIT MBA graduate, you’re on the path to business leadership.
You’ll find our MBA Graduates working and leading in professional, commercial, industrial, not-for-profit, NGO public administration and start-up organisations. They perform a wide range of roles, including organisational strategy and innovation, management consultancy, international development coordination, and advice and operations management.
Our MBA program is designed to ensure our graduates enter the business world with the full range of real-world skills necessary to be an effective problem solver from day one. To help our students build these skills, we run a number of industry-relevant programs and electives.
Our comprehensive Business Mentoring Program will assist your career progression and increase your employment opportunities. During the program, you will engage in a range of activities including seminars with guest speakers, group work and case studies, individual mentoring and coaching and career preparation.
The mentoring program covers essential areas such as: leadership in the workplace, power and influence, judgement in decision-making, career and self-management, working in Australian organisations, working in Asia and working in a family business. All our business mentors have at least 15 years experience, are active leaders in their respective fields, and will provide valuable guidance and support.
Other work-connected and industry-relevant opportunities available in our MBA include:
Fastrack Innovation Program
In this elective course you will work with mentors to develop and present a solution to a real problem. This form of fast-prototyping is designed so that external organisations can tap into fresh thinking from RMIT students.
Business Internship Elective
Take up a position for one or two days each week for one semester. This position is normally unpaid and is designed to develop your soft skills and increase your overall employability upon graduation. The placement must be self-sourced.
MBA Research Project
Designed to provide real business projects for students to work on during the semester. These include international projects such as Digital Connectivity for APEC
Business Consulting Course
Complete an external company project and network with senior members of the business school’s partner organisations.
Professional recognition and accreditation
Students and graduates may be eligible for membership of The Australian Institute of Management (AIM). Membership can offer a variety of resources to assist with your future career development.
For further information about membership and opportunities for students and graduates, please visit our accreditation and membership page.
MBA Advisory Board
Our MBA program is supported by a strong advisory board that helps steer curriculum development to ensure that RMIT MBA graduates are work-ready and prepared to take up challenging positions within the rapidly changing landscape of business management.
The Program Advisory Board is made up of members from KPMG, BMW, Ethical Investment Services, Greencap, and from boutique consultancy firms such as Advantage Point Business Advisors.