MBAlive! is your chance to meet and talk with some of the country’s most respected business schools about how their MBA fits with your life and your goals. Drop in to visit our schools throughout the day and stay for two hours of inspirational talks student Q&A session and business school presentations. Our goal is not only to inspire you to take up the challenge of one of the world’s great degrees but provide you with the knowledge and understanding to do the course that most suits you.
The FT Global MBA Rankings 2018, one of the most respected analysis of the MBA around the world, found graduates from a full-time one-year MBA earn an average of $US139,000 within three years of graduating. This is 101% more than their pre-MBA salary. Graduates of two-year MBA courses were making $US150,000, up 110% from their pre-MBA salary.
Four out of every five companies are planning to hire MBA graduates in 2018, according to the Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC).
Around 90% companies in Asia Pacific plan to hire MBAs in 2018 — the highest share of any world region. Among all respondents globally, 52% of companies plan to increase MBA starting base salaries this year.
Australian MBA graduates had the second highest salary worldwide in 2017 at $140,000 a year and globally MBA graduates earn up to 68% more than those without an MBA.