If you’re a business professional considering further study or professional development, then why not try USC’s Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) for a day!
Join USC’s School of Business as we deliver a series of bite-sized sessions designed to give you a taste of our Master of Business Administration (MBA) and Executive Master of Business Administration (EMBA) degrees.
Our workshops are designed to inform and inspire experienced business managers from a diverse range of industries who are looking for a flexible way to continue their learning and develop as a leader.
Taken directly from USC’s MBA and EMBA and delivered by real lecturers, these sessions will enable you to explore ideas relevant in your business career such as strategic management, entrepreneurship and innovation, as well as give you the opportunity to discuss your study options.
We recognise that our students come from a range of industries and experiences. USC’s EMBA is ideal for entrepreneurs or business owners who may not have prior undergraduate qualifications but have a number of years of business experience.
Lunch and refreshments are provided. Spaces are limited so bookings are essential.
When: Friday 19 October, 10am–4pm
Where: USC Sunshine Coast, 90 Sippy Downs Drive, Sippy Downs (room details and directions will be sent to those who register)
Cost: $30 (includes lunch)
Why a USC EMBA?
- Complete a postgraduate business degree in two years in an intensive weekend format
- Maintain your lifestyle while developing your leadership and management skills
- Learn through practical applied projects with like-minded professionals
- Participate in USC’s optional International Study Tour
- Ranked #5 Executive MBA program in Australia *
- Ranked #1 by students for both improvement in skills and value for money *
*Australian Financial Review's 2015 Survey of Australian MBA programs.
Program of events
|10—10.30am||Arrival and networking—tea and coffee served|
|10.30—11am||Welcome and overview of MBA and EMBA programs (Dawn Birch, Associate Professor of Postgraduate Business)|
|11am—12pm||Session 1: Great Customer Experience (Dawn Birch, Associate Professor of Postgraduate Business)|
|12.30—1.30pm||Session 2: Strategic Management (Wayne Graham, Lecturer)|
|1.30—2.30pm||Session 3: Entrepreneurship and Innovation (Retha de Villers Scheepers, Associate Professor)|
|3—4pm||Session 4: Leadership Development (John Whiteoak, Lecturer)|