MBA in Australia

Post MBA AustraliaThe Australian economy has seen 20+ years of consistent growth, and is expected to reach growth rate of 5.1% by 2015. It has escaped the global economic slowdown, and while the GDP measures $926.2 billion in 2011, it is expected to reach $1.122 trillion by 2015. The economy is well diversified, led by the services and manufacturing sector. Australia is also blessed with abundant natural resources, dominating Australia's $272 billion exports in 2011.

Australia is the world’s #1 when it comes to recoverable deposits of brown coal, uranium, lead, nickel, zinc, zircon, tantalum and rutile. It is also #2 with regard to gold, silver, copper, bauxite, and ilmenite. Iron ore is another major contributor to exports. Other major exports include beef, wool, mutton and cereals. The export boom is led by strong Chinese demand. Australia, along with New Zealand, is one of the most popular destinations for immigration. According to Australian Bureau of Statistics, overseas migration arrivals touched 423,897 in 2011, for a net overseas migration of 170,279. In fact, Australia granted citizenship to as many as 84,000 people in 2011.

Australia boasts of the highest MBA salaries in Asia-Pacific...

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