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Perth Graduate School of Business

Perth Graduate School of Business (PGSB) is ECU’s dedicated graduate business school and is located within ECU’s Faculty of Business and Law in Western Australia. PGSB combines outstanding academic performance with practical, hands-on application in knowledge, teaching and research. PGSB offers a range of postgraduate qualifications spanning both traditional and developing business disciplines, including the internationally recognised Master of Business Administration (MBA) qualification.   

 PGSB offers two streams of MBA study: MBA and MBA (International). Our MBA programs are designed to equip students with the contemporary management knowledge and skills needed to succeed in a modern, global business environment. The ECU MBA aims to propel a student’s career to the next level by developing or enhancing their existing communication, leadership, interpersonal and critical thinking skills. In addition to covering key business principles, our MBA can be tailored to meet individual needs through the selection of specialist studies of particular interest or career relevance. Discover more at

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