The Perth Graduate School of Business (PGSB) combines outstanding academic leadership with innovative teaching methods and practical hands-on application.
PGSB is a modern facility that provides a stimulating environment for the delivery of contemporary business courses that carry internationally-recognised qualifications.
PGSB maintains close links with industry and engages with the wider community to ensure our programs meet the needs of today's employers and professions.
And because we understand you're already a busy person, we offer the flexibility and convenience of part-time and online study options.
PGSB has strong alliances with a range of professional associations. Depending on your course of study, some offer associate or student memberships, while others are open to you to join once you graduate.
Some associations have also provided accreditation for specific courses offered by PGSB.
Current associations include:
We've recently completed a comprehensive overhaul of the Master of Business Administration program, making a range of improvements to enhance your post-graduation prospects.
Under the new program, you'll experience an even stronger emphasis on practical and reflective work and have more opportunities to network with prominent industry leaders.
The MBA program equips you with the skills you'll need to respond to changes in the marketplace. It includes an emphasis on modern challenges such as ethics and sustainability.
Studying an MBA is a journey of personal and professional development that can propel your career to the next level.
With the support of an ECU scholarship, we can help you realise your ambitions by improving your financial situation and enabling you to successfully complete your course.
The Perth Graduate School of Business is one of the largest business schools in Western Australia.
We offer a comprehensive range of business courses across sought-after disciplines such as accounting, finance and banking, human resource management, marketing and project management.
Our courses have been accredited by associations including the Institute of Chartered Accountants Australia, the Australian Institute of Project Management and the Australian Human Resource Institute.
Graduate Certificate courses are a great way to diversify your current skills and knowledge.
And with only three or four units, they can be completed in as little as six months full-time.
Some Graduate Certificates require you to hold a Bachelors degree; many are available if you’ve had five or more years' experience in a particular field.
A completed Graduate Certificate is a recognised pathway to other postgraduate programs.
Our Masters degree courses vary in length, depending upon your qualifications and whether those qualifications are in the same discipline as the degree. See Masters degrees below for details.
If you're a working professional seeking a change in direction or a competitive advantage, take a look at the Perth Graduate School of Business.
We offer postgraduate business courses that could take you to a new or different level.
This includes Graduate Certificates you can complete in as little as six months and our longer term Masters degrees by coursework.
PGSB also offers busy people the flexibility and convenience of part-time and online study options.
Most postgraduate business courses are available at our Mount Lawley Campus, with the Graduate Certificate of Business now offered at our Joondalup Campus.
We recognise that many people contemplating postgraduate qualifications are already in the workforce and/or busy with family commitments.
It's why all of our courses offer you the flexibility and convenience of part-time or online study options.
PGSB at Mount Lawley offers postgraduate business courses in a purpose-built environment, suitable for students already in the workforce.
Facilities include a lounge with kitchen, a 24-hour e-Lab, a dedicated postgrad reception desk and support staff, tutorial, case study and breakout rooms equipped with the latest technology, on-site parking and a parenting room.
ECU postgraduate business graduates share their experiences beyond our university.
"My MBA was critical to finding the job I have today."
"Although I have an undergraduate degree in Law, I had limited business knowledge. An MBA is the ideal course to transition into business. My MBA was critical to finding the job I have today. I discovered an entirely new career direction to pursue and one that I find enjoyable and fulfilling. The people on the course and the lecturers were certainly the highlight. They made a complicated course enjoyable, and provided me with knowledge and skills far beyond what would normally be provided. I have friends throughout the world now, and the course has given me access to a career I never thought I would have access to in the past."
ECU Master of Business Administration International graduate
Senior Consultant - Performance Improvement, Ernst & Young
"The skills I acquired while studying project management allowed me to progress my career."
"I am originally from Brazil and chose to come to ECU to study project management because of the University’s reputation. Learning from lecturers who have worked in the industry provided me with valuable insights. They shared their experiences which I found was more interesting than just learning theory. I enjoyed ECU's multicultural student population and appreciated the welcoming attitudes of the lecturers and students. As an international student, this was very important to me and essential to my success. Because of my engineering background, I was already working for an oil and gas company; however, as soon as I started my project management course, I was able to change my job from working in the supply chain area to the project management area as Operations Coordinator. I find my work quite challenging as I get to coordinate projects within the oil and gas industry, dealing with manufacturing plants in Singapore / Malaysia / Norway / Houston, and organising offshore work in Australia."
ECU Master of Project Management graduate
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