MBA Time-to-Study Calculator

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We anticipate that you will spend about 150 hours per subject (or just over 20 hours per week) to complete your MBA - but this depends on you, as everyone has different levels of experience and education.

How many hours a week can you study in the morning? 

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How many hours a week can you study in the evening?

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How many hours a week can you study while commuting? 

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How many hours a week can you study at work? 

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How many hours can you study over the weekend? 

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IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

This tool has been prepared by the Australian Institute of Business Pty Limited ABN 86 009 115 422.

WARNING: This tool should not be relied on to make a decision to commence study. It should not be relied upon as a true representation of the actual time required every week as the actual time may vary depending on required work demands from week-to-week and each student's educational and work experience. You need to take into account your own personal objectives and needs. All calculations are based on your self-reported time allocations and it does not take into account any individual circumstances or any unpredictable events that may prevent you from allocating just over 20 hours of study time per week to complete the course.

WARNING: This tool is current as at 7 July 2017 and is subject to change. To the extent permitted by law, no liability is accepted by the Australian Institute of Business and its related entities, agents, third parties and employees for any loss or damage arising, directly or indirectly from reliance on this tool.

HOW THIS CALCULATOR WORKS:

This calculator is intended as an educational tool. It uses the recommended study time of 150 hours per subject (which is just over 20 hours per week) to provide you with an indication about how much study time you will need to allocate each week.

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