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Griffith University

The Griffith MBA has received a 5 star rating from the Graduate Management Association of Australia
for seven years, one of only two Australian universities to achieve this feat.

The Griffith MBA is an advanced general management degree that offers some additional specialisations.
This program is designed for middle to senior level managers. The vision of the Griffith MBA program is to
develop forward thinking and responsible leaders. The learning goals of this program are as follows:

• Develop leadership and strategic capabilities in a local and global context.
• Effectively and persuasively communicate in an organisational environment.
• Advance understanding and adoption of ethical practice, social responsibility and
sustainability.
• Develop the capacity to manage multi-stakeholder relationships.
• Develop a higher level of knowledge in a specialised area.

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