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Management is about taking a leading role – planning what needs to be done to achieve organisational goals, organising the resources to reach those goals, motivating and mentoring people, and measuring performance, amongst other things.

The School of Management is committed to producing graduates who possess these skills, and offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate course options.

We aim to provide graduates with the knowledge needed to work effectively in varied roles across a range of industry and government sectors. Our courses are closely informed by industry and research, and are embedded with international perspectives to give you an advantage in today’s business world.

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MBA (Global)

Discover our early career MBA with an international perspective.


International Delegates Celebrate MBA (Global) Launch mba 2

Curtin Business School’s dynamic MBA (Global) degree was launched on 7th March at an evening event held in the John Curtin Gallery.

Advising on Professional Requirements for Malaysia's Finance Sector FAA 2

Dr Roslyn Cameron has been appointed to an international steering committee.

Entrepreneurial assignment leads to start-up business Simon 2

CBS student Simon Anderson has put the skills and knowledge he learnt during his studies to good use by turning an assignment into a real-world business.

Game changing alumna driving survey to solve youth financial exclusion students 2

CBS graduate and game changer Sonia Lipski has created an innovative business model where profits and social responsibility go hand in hand.

Effects of state ownership on Chinese FDI decisions FDI 2

Research suggests high state equity in a Chinese firm leads to greater pressures on FDI ownership.