Applications to AGSM the Full-Time MBA program for commencement in January 2020 are now open.
Before applying, interested candidates should satisfy the
entry requirements, please note that meeting these requirements does not guarantee an offer. The AGSM Full-Time MBA program takes approximately 65 students, which means competition is fierce. To be successful, candidates must demonstrate excellence across their entire application.
International applicants are encouraged to apply by round 6 to ensure they can sort out a student visa.
AGSM MBA Program: Admissions Schedule 2019
Term 1 2020 intake
Offer sent out
|Offer acceptance deadline|
|1||1 May||30 May||30 June|
|2||1 June||30 June||30 July|
|3||1 July||30 July||30 August|
|4||1 August||30 August||30 September|
|5||1 September||30 September||30 October|
|6||1 October||30 October||30 November|
|30 October||15 November||15 December|
Apply online through UNSW using the program code 8350. The starting term for January 2020 intake is
Term 1 2020.
Required supporting documentation can be submitted together with your online application or uploaded to your application later, once you have been given a UNSW student ID number.
A “Test Taker” copy of your GMAT scores may be uploaded, however to satisfy our documentation requirements you will need to provide the AGSM MBA Admissions team with access to view the official “School Copy” generated by GMAC.
There is a non-refundable online application fee of $125.
The AGSM MBA Admissions Selection Committee will review your application. Short-listed applicants will be contacted to arrange an admissions interview. This can be conducted either by phone or by skype. We will advise you of the outcome by email.
Please see the
AGSM MBA Admissions Policy for more details on the application process.
AGSM offers non-award/cross-institutional study across all our programs. Please click here to find out more.
- Non-award enrolment: enrolling in a course, or a sequence of courses, which do not lead to or count towards a formal award (eg, degree or diploma) of UNSW.
- Cross-institutional enrolment: students enrols in a course at UNSW for credit towards an award at another Australian tertiary institution in which the student is concurrently enrolled.