Wednesday, November 10, 2004

Why Australia?

I highlighted the need to do an MBA for me now lets have a look at Why Australia?.

Australia

The Commonwealth of Australia is the sixth-largest country in the world (geographically), the only one to occupy an entire continent, and the largest in the region of Australasia. Australia includes the island of Tasmania, which is an Australian State. Its neighbouring countries include New Zealand to the southeast; and Indonesia, Papua New Guinea and East Timor to its north. The name 'Australia' comes from the Latin phrase terra australis incognita ("unknown southern land", see Terra Australis). The word "Australia" is pronounced by locals as either @"streIlI@ or @"streIj@ (SAMPA), əˈstɹeɪlɪə or əˈstɹeɪjə (IPA). [Wikipedia]

The Environment

Australia is a beautiful country. This is a known fact. A survey conducted by the Economist for the top cities to live in the world for expats, five cities from Australia were part of the top 10 cities. Considering that there are only 7 major cities in Australia this is major acievement. Australia has has also taken great pains in increasing its population by the way of planned migration after world war II the population increased from 7 million to its current 20 million. Considering that cities like Bombay or Shanghai or the Indian state of Assam have similar populations it is not much. In fact that makes all the difference for Australia. With a density of 3/km2 , it is one of the most sparsely populated regions of the world.

Australia is also a great tourist destination with attractions like the Great Barrier Reef, Sydney and the bushlands in Queensland. Australia is also famous for its horse races. The Melbourne Cup carries with it the largest prize amount in the world.

The Economy

Australia is also a well managed & developed economy. Australia has a per capita income of $26631 making it the 19th largest in the world or 14th largest when meausured in terms of PPP. Australia has also a very stable economic growth in the last few years and is generally not effected by the external world very much. Add to it the inflation levels and a very strong social security it is definitetly a good place to live in. In terms of Economic Freedom it stands 10th place in the world. Economic Freedom gives us an indication of the ease of starting and running a business which favours well for Entrepreneurs.

Since the recession "Australia had to have" (P. Keating) in the early 1990s, the Australian economy has not suffered a recession or "trough" in the business cycle in 11 years. Even the downturn of the early 2000s did not affect its consistent GDP growth. [Wikipedia]

People

Australia has a diverse set of people.

In 1901, 23% of Australia's population was overseas-born. Since the end of World War II, Australia has experienced large yearly increases in population due to a combination of high fertility and high levels of migration. In 1947 the proportion of the population born overseas was 10%, and by 1991, this proportion had increased to 24% (table 5.37). In 2001 the number of overseas-born Australians was 4.5 million, or 23% of the total population. Over the past 100 years, the range of countries of birth has increased substantially. [Year book Australia]

Australia is also ranked a high third in the Human Development Index.

Higher Education

The first Australian university was the University of Sydney, founded in 1850 in New South Wales. Three years later the University of Melbourne was established by the Colony of Victoria. By 1912 a university had been founded in each State: the University of Adelaide in South Australia in 1874, the University of Tasmania in 1890, the University of Queensland in 1909 and the University of Western Australia in 1911. The decades since World War II have seen a substantial expansion of Australian higher education. [AEI]

There are forty-three Australian universities. They are both teaching and research institutions. A full range of academic and professional disciplines is offered with awards ranging from associate diploma to doctorate being offered.

Many universities have a multi-campus structure, with each campus specialising in a particular discipline. Regional universities, some offering specialised courses, provide a full tertiary experience with students residing on campus and participating in local activities.

The standard, design and diversity of education offered by Australian universities are among the most effective in the world. On average, an undergraduate degree lasts from between three up to six years for a double degree with honours. [IMMI]

It is estimated that over 180,000 students from about 140 countries chose Australia as their preferred overseas study destination in 2000. [StudyinAustralia.gov.au]

Note : For International Students, check out the study in australia site and also the Dept. of Immigration.

AQF

Distinguishing Australia from many other countries is the Australian Qualifications Framework (AQF). The AQF is a national system of learning pathways covering 12 different qualifications and linking universities, vocational education and training, and school education.

The AQF allows students to move easily from one level of study to the next and from one institution to another as long as they satisfy student visa requirements. Recognition of prior learning (RPL) enables students to receive credit toward a qualification for knowledge and skills gained through previous study, training, work and life experience. Even if students partially complete an AQF qualification they are issued with a Statement of Attainment.

Once the status of existing qualifications is established the AQF means students can choose from appropriate level courses anywhere in Australia. The AQF also provides more flexibility in career planning and encourages continuous learning to help you through any career and lifestyle changes you make in your lifetime.

Why study an MBA in Australia?

There are two fundamental reasons for studying an MBA in Australia:

· Australia offers internationally recognised MBAs at prestigious universities;

· Australia offers a host of other advantages for students.

To appreciate the significance of the first point, it is necessary to explore briefly the meaning of the term 'good MBA'. At one extreme, it is possible in some countries to acquire an 'MBA' certificate through the mail by spending a few hundred dollars. Such 'MBAs' are obviously not worth the paper they are written on, and any employer duped into hiring such a person would soon learn their mistake and act accordingly. At the other end of the spectrum are MBAs acquired on the basis of diligent study and participation over a period of at least 16 months, within a rich learning environment at an internationally-recognised management school within a prestigious university. The difference between these two experiences lies in the changes that they effect within the student.

A good MBA will develop the individual significantly, including their capacity to work as an effective team member, to lead others, and to be effective in interpersonal relationships through enhanced self-confidence, communication, presentation and negotiation skills. In addition, his or her capacity to diagnose the changes required to achieve business success and the power to implement these changes will be increased dramatically. By contrast, a poor MBA will effect none of these changes within the individual, and thus individual performance will be poor.

Australian MBA Programs

Particularly within its capital cities, Australia possesses a large number of MBA programs which meet the above criteria for providing a good MBA. Very early in its history, Australia inherited the British academic tradition of rigorous inquiry and adherence to high academic standards. Australia's oldest universities in particular are internationally-renowned for their very high standards of research and teaching.

Currently, a total of 55 Australian universities offer MBA programs. The prevailing model at the better institutions is the 'Harvard style' MBA, which provides around 16 diverse business related subjects, delivered over a period of 16 months to 2 years of full-time study. The shorter (16 month) program is delivered by institutions who have adopted the trimester system as a means to reduce the opportunity cost of an MBA to its students. Students may also study part-time, and most choose to do so. [Transworldeducation]

76 Comments:

Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey i am planning t go to australia . could u send me some more details of the universities and what r the types of part time jobs will i get there. and how much is the expense in australia 

Posted by arjun

05 February, 2005 15:40  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

i have the same question as arjun. plz help us.
reply back
Gaurav
flyingterminater@yahoo.co.in 

Posted by gaurav

22 April, 2005 00:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

I live in Myrtle Beach  but always dreamed of living in Australia 

Posted by Mandy

27 April, 2005 22:46  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

These links might be useful particularly as guides to the cost of living (in Adelaide, which is one of the cheaper cities):

http://www.southaustralia.biz/move/cost_of_living.htm

http://www.unisa.edu.au/internat/living/default.asp

 

Posted by Mark

27 April, 2005 22:50  
Blogger yyz said...

Friend: This is some great commentary and observations about 'Down-Under.' Based on what you've experienced and observed, I'm ready to go right now! I am a writer and enjoying writng on the airline industry and dabble in some fiction. I'll bookmark your website and visit often. Thanks,

Mike Burris
Cambridge, Mass USA

my blog is yyz-blog

01 May, 2005 02:01  
Blogger Gina E. said...

Hello Suhit, I have just stumbled on your blog while browsing the blog community, and I just want to say how pleased I was to read your complimentary remarks about our country. I am a third generation Aussie and proud to be one. I have travelled overseas several times, and it has greatly enriched my life to see how 'the other half' live, but I was always happy to be home in Melbourne again. I do wish more Australians could read your blog and see our country through your eyes - non-politically and with no biase. Thanks very much - I do hope you and your wife continue to enjoy the Australian way of life.
Gina

01 May, 2005 22:17  
Blogger Suhit Anantula said...

Hi Michael:

Cool! I will check your website too and read your fiction.

Gina:

Thanks for the kind words. I am enjoying my time in Australia. It is a beautiful country.

I hope you will one day have a chance to see my lovely country, India.

02 May, 2005 09:44  
Anonymous Nimit Aggarwal said...

This is the kind of work that truly makes the whole blog thing worth it! It is because of people like you who think of sharing good information with others that we realize that there still exsists HUMANITY in this world!!

Thanks a lot man!

I am too planning to do my MBA from Australia.I am still doing my Engg. (Computer Sc.- III Yr.). But the point of confusion is that should I do it after gaining some work-ex or straight away go for the LWE MBA - LOW WORK EX.!! Can you help? DO reply when you get time.

---Nimit Aggarwal, New Delhi, India

nimit.aggarwal@gmail.com

04 May, 2005 21:40  
Blogger karram said...

A very good blog.

Though my first visit to this blog was through luck, future visits shall be intentional.

Keep up the good work.

18 May, 2005 18:28  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

For Australia is more than a Country, is just the Paradise on Earth. Unfortunately I don't live in Australia, but I must say that it is the only country I can call home. Australia is unique, for its people who are the best people on Earth, for its culture, for it's natural gifts.
Being in Australia was for me the best think it could ever happen in my life. I felt like home. I hove Australia and Aussie people.
Long live Australia.
Kangas

21 May, 2005 16:53  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey i want to know what r the job prospects for international studenta in Auatralia? cos' mostly teh companies prefer the citizens? is it different inAustralia?

20 August, 2005 14:39  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

HEY AFTER GRADUATION I WANT TO COME TO AUSTRALIA FOR MY MBA DEGREE.CUD U PROVIDE ME WITH THE NAMES OF THE BEST COLLLEGES OFFERING MBA COURSES.TH REQUISITES TO B ELLIGIBLE FOR THE COURSE.HERE IS MY EMAIL ID real_cool_guy2004@yahoo.co.in.i will b very grateful to u if do this for me . shabbir

28 January, 2006 18:44  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

International students should make sure they don't get the wrong information from their universities and also their agents overseas students find they are not getting value out of money in australia now days. Quality of education is decreasing. I read it on a International students organisation website www.nlc.edu.au

02 April, 2006 10:49  
Blogger Donnie said...

hi suhit, that was very kind of u to post ur experiences about ur journey to Australia and all that MBA thing...my question is how good is the working atmosphere in Australia for a telecom engineer frm india, without an MBA...and most importantly, getting there a citizenship. ( currently i am a student)
i was planning to go to the US , but with the current immigration problems there, i am forced to think about other countries, NZ being one of them!

So can u please reply in this regard at ur convenience?
thanks
vibhor, mumbai, india
spidey2come@yahoo.com

05 May, 2006 06:14  
Blogger neha said...

hiee.... i am planning to study mba in australia. would u recommend me some universities and what is thier fee structure.

25 May, 2006 16:23  
Anonymous Santhosh said...

almost what neha had asked... planning to do an MBA in aus.. do they ask anything other than the IELTS and can u recommend a few universities and their fee structure

26 June, 2006 11:14  
Blogger SAN said...

almost what neha had asked... planning to do an MBA in aus.. do they ask anything other than the IELTS and can u recommend a few universities and their fee structure

26 June, 2006 11:22  
Anonymous kushu said...

hey am thinkin of an mba from australia....how r d placements n future prospects in australia??
n can u earn enough working part time so as to recover my parents investment??

cnya mail me bk
kushu123@hotmail.com

28 June, 2006 15:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey i am planning t go to australia . could u send me some more details of the universities and what r the types of part time jobs will i get there. and how much is the expense in australia
Pls send details on this id
(ravs_357@yahoo.co.in)

02 January, 2007 21:37  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello,ur information is really helpful.I'm planning on an mba in australia for next year.Cos of the fees i opted for southern cross university mba,how good in their mba in the market, and how easy is it for an international student to get a part-time job if i decide on parttime.After the mba, how employable will i become.
U can send ur response to my mail box:bhoomeywright@yahoo.com
thanks

06 March, 2007 23:09  
Anonymous sachin said...

hey am thinkin of an mba from australia....how r d placements n future prospects in australia??
n can u earn enough working part time so as to recover my parents investment??

08 March, 2007 00:05  
Anonymous Peter said...

It is worth studying in Australia if you want to live here. New rules allow easier migration for Australian graduates. No need to leave the country before applying. Send a brief email about yourself to "easymigration@iprimus.com.au" for a free assessment. If you have a partner (girl friend or boyfriend)/spouse who is also a graduate, it gets even easier.

28 March, 2007 22:59  
Blogger pankit said...

sir...is it neccesary..2 have a 2 yrz of work xperience...4 applyin for n mba in australia

19 April, 2007 22:16  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey mate... i just went through ur blogs n u have really done a g8 job by letting ppl knw abt ur experiances......mate i have a question if u can answer dat....i am coming to australia in july but the only thought dats bothering me is dat if i do ma MBA frm Oz n den cum back after its competion does it hold any value in INDIA...as in will dey entertain an oz degree.....i have a choice wheather to do Accounting or MArketing......
if u can let me knw acc. to ur convinience i'll appreciate it...

03 May, 2007 19:03  
Anonymous Pooja Dhage said...

Pooja Dhage
i will be a CA soon and have done BL too . i want to know the cost factor of the MBA courses . how can i avial full time or part scholarship for MBA.
please mail me at poojadhage@gmail.com

02 August, 2007 03:56  
Anonymous dhanya said...

Hi suhit...HATS OFF MAN.....Only today i came across ur blog.
"better late then never".i m totally speechless after having read all the FASCINATING FACTS that you have mentioned about AUSTRALIA which is my dream place.
I would like to have your assistance to get into to one of the best universities in australia for my MBA.At present i m doing my 3RD YEAR btech.

Adding to that,I need to clarify with u loadz of doubts regarding the working experiences required for MBA and on the preparations for IELTS.Lookin forward for your reply

danishkr@gmail.com

12 August, 2007 04:48  
Blogger anand said...

Hi Suhit,
I too like most others am looking forward to do a masters in Australia. I am not completely inclined to a pure MBA, so am opting for a combination of IT + MBA, I am aiming for UTS, RMIT, Swinburne, Wollonging, etc. Please let me know your views on them. Also i would love it if you told me about work lrelated issues in Australia.
Really looking forward to ur reply.
Thanks in advance,
Anand
anandgagrawal@gmail.com

14 September, 2007 19:54  
Blogger rockstar said...

hi, i am very much interested in doing MBA in australia .can u give me the information on the total expenditures occured in australia as tution fees & living cost.Also give me the job prospects in the australia on the completion of MBA.

27 September, 2007 15:05  
Blogger Lexis said...

hey i know ur probably busy and all but i am doing a project on australia for school ( i live in the us)
and the only way to get information is online since its supposed to be as up to date as possible,
anyway i was wondering if u might be able to tell me about popular sports places to go and the school systems for an adolescent.
im finding out so much already but i think its better to get info. from a person rather than travel sites online.
so if u could will u email me at
cheerleader71377@yahoo.co.uk
??
i really need help with this.
i want the project to reflect normal people's lives rather than people study history and geography with no experience to a place
thank you

05 October, 2007 12:01  
Blogger taher said...

hi im plannig 2 study mba in australia after my graduation...
so wll u plz let me knw abt sum gud universities n wht wud b thr fees....n wht wud b the total investment....n do i get any part time job there so tht i can recover my parents investment....
plz tell me the total detail..

20 October, 2007 01:45  
Anonymous manish said...

hi yaar ..i am planning to do mba from australia ..can you let me know abt the best mba colleges,their eligiblity criteria and fee structure

03 January, 2008 00:14  
Blogger googlekarthik said...

hey i am planning t go to australia . could u send me some more details of the universities and what r the types of part time jobs will i get there. and how much is the expense in australia
Pls send details on this id

karthikthadituri@yahoo.com

17 January, 2008 01:56  
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17 January, 2008 01:58  
Blogger hash said...

What will be effective cost for 2yrs MBA programe and do they offer scholarship

08 February, 2008 19:35  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi, my name is Tims Monnappa. I am basically from Kodagu a small district in Karnataka state of India. I am a Bio-technology graduate and I am currently working as an Event Manager in Hewlett-Packard[HP], Bangalore. Even though I am working here my core interest was to study overseas and get back to India and settle up so that I meet my personal needs way back home. I thought I had a chance of getting into Australia through one of my cousin brother but it shattered when he settled back in India a few moths ago. I am currently resigning from HP for a only reason that I want to do my MBA in Australia. It has always been my dream of getting there and I have my parents who are currently all set to help me regarding this in all ways. The issue is even though I have all the support I really dont know where do I start my journey from . Its a new start and I need some assistance. I mean could you please update me as to what are the procedure I need to follow, entrance exams, universities, visa, fee structure, cost of living,residence to stay etc etc so that I could go ahead and start a new carrer. I have always dreamt of learning and living according to my dreams, and this is one dream of mine but I really dont wanna acheive my dreams through dreams,I dont want to be sad when I am told,pray its your last moment.
U can get in touch with me through my e.mail addresses i.e monni_tims@yahoo.co.in and tims.monnappa@gmail.com.
Kindly assist,
I'll be looking forward for your response,
Monnappa.

07 March, 2008 01:30  
Blogger srikrishna said...

hi, this is srikrishna from andhra pradesh. iam doing mba in india at present. and next iam planning to do mba in australia. can u suggest about the program

21 March, 2008 14:08  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to know about cost, part time jobs, program structure from various universities, duration, of MBA in Australia check

http://mba-in-australia.blogspot.com/

10 April, 2008 18:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

to know about cost, part time jobs, program structure from various universities, duration, of MBA in Australia check

http://mba-in-australia.blogspot.com/

10 April, 2008 18:13  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,My name is imran i am from Hyderabad,India.I have completed My B.Tech. and planning to do my MS in Australia.But i am in dilema whether to do MS in Australia or US bcoz i have to earn and pay the fees of University so which should i prefer please help me.
Recently i heard that finding jobs in australia is difficult so i am confused so plz help me will u.

15 June, 2008 19:58  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hi
am kavya doing my BBM second year
myself n my friend r looking forward to do MBA in australia.
could u please tel us as to what it takes for an mba there , well known universities, expenses, etc
do mail me at kavyakarlekar@gmail.com

20 June, 2008 18:50  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

Hi,
I am ilyas iam from india Hyderabad I have just doing bcom final year after compliting bcom i wanted to do mba from australia and i know nothing about how can i apply Its a new start and I need some assistance. I mean could you please update me as to what are the procedure I need to follow, entrance exams, universities, visa, fee structure, cost of living,residence to stay etc so that I could go ahead and start a new carrer. plese help me with your helpful suggetions so that it will easy to me to go australia plese send me ur suggetions
you can send me on my email: (shaikhs.world@gmail.com),(shaikh_ilyas4u@yahoo.co.in).

24 June, 2008 19:04  
Anonymous Study in Australia said...

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01 July, 2008 22:28  
Blogger nikansu said...

hi,
even i am planning for mba in aus can u giude me how worthy it is to do mba in aus.. i have read that aus is good only 4 pr is it true.. plz guide me i have completed my baf degree wid 84% how will it matter to take up mba there..

02 July, 2008 17:57  
Blogger mistaken/identity said...

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06 July, 2008 10:20  
Blogger TopScholar said...

Australian degrees have excellent credibility in the international business sector especially in Asia. Combined with a safe environment and the relaxed Australian way of life have made Australia an excellent option for students considering an MBA.
Of course a good MBA Program in Australia is not just about what you learn, it is also about the network you createand with which you will engage with in your future career. Almost all large universities in Australia provide MBA programs that vary in length from 2 -5 years. Most MBA programs offer both full and part-time study options to domestic and International Students.

Explore your options for undertaking an MBA from an Australian business school @
http://www.studyinaustralia.com

03 September, 2008 17:25  
Blogger vishal said...

hi my self vishal i ma planning to do an MBA in Australia can u pls suggest me good universites and fees structure,currently i am working vishal_khairnar@indiatimes.com

24 September, 2008 20:14  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hey i wanna ask dat is it necessary to ve work experience to apply for mba good universities & if so please list the universities which need them & those which dont need it.
i ll b really thankful to u.
my id is priyanka.t84@gmail.com

08 October, 2008 23:31  
Anonymous Anonymous said...

hello sir,, i am very much interested in doing MBA in australia .can u give me the information on the total expenditures occured in australia as tution fees & living cost.Also give me the job prospects in the australia on the completion of MBA.and what is procedure of getting addmission.which universiyy will be better for INDIAN students.
sir i will really very thankful to u for your reply on my email id
ravi_shukla0001@yahoo.co.in45

26 January, 2009 17:31  
Blogger sambit said...

i am interested to do mba from australia.i am in my final yr of engg.wht are my prospects of getting a job if i study without any job experience.
wht r d expenses?n will i get a part time job do put up with my expenses??
plz help me out

29 January, 2009 06:28  
Blogger avinash said...

hi i am currently looking for some good b schools in australia can u please suggest some good universities ..and as on today how are the job prospects after doin mba...please give ur valuable suggestion
please mail me if possible on
avinashkore@hotmail.com

08 April, 2009 15:37  
Anonymous Manish said...

Hi,my name is Manish and I've got Aussie migration and I've been to Sydney for short trip. I am planning to settle in Australia and also to do MBA from there only. I would like to know the avg cost of MBA and job oppurtunities there...

Keep up the good work...Australia is beautiful...

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