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Xiaoxao Posted at 2016-12-11 14:32

I would like to do my MBA in Australia, please guide me.

I have completed my Bachelors in Business Administration from a reputed college here and wish to pursue my Master’s degree from a foreign university. I am currently working with a retail brand in their sales and marketing department. However, one of my uncles wishes to fund my education. Is there any specific method that needs to be followed, since he's based in USA. Any information would be of great help.

TimSeam Posted at 2016-12-11 14:32

Hi Ayona,
There are lots of Unis in Australia that offer an MBA. University of Sydney for example is an option. Have a look at this list of top Unis in Australia and see if you want to apply to any of them., you can register in Uniguru's new site (Hotcourses India) and use the course finder (to be launched by the end of Sept. this year) to pick out a top Uni in Australia to pursue your MBA degree. You can get your uncle to fund your education using an international money transfer plan that you can tie-up with a local bank in Australia once you land there.
Drop by our office or give one of our advisors a call on1-800-103-9634 to get free guidance on MBA courses in Australia.

Kento Posted at 2016-12-11 14:32

Hi Ayona,
Firstly, you need to search for MBA scholarships (, and then find which one you are eligible and go to the officially scholarship website and follow application instruction.

iice Posted at 2016-12-11 14:32

Australian Catholic University offers MBA and has a range of scholarships for international students. You can view all of the scholarships here:
The most popular scholarship is ACU's international student scholarship. This scholarship is open to commencing International postgraduate and undergraduate students with outstanding academic merit of at least an average result of 80% in prior studies and covers up to half of the cost of the recipient's course. You can read more about this scholarship and how to apply here:

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