Charles Darwin University has launched its first pop up Masters of Business Administration (MBA) at its Katherine campus.
Starting from January 10, a new Master of Business Administration (MBA) will be offered in person at the Katherine and Alice Springs campuses.
The classes will be delivered in a combination of online lectures and tutorials as well as face-to-face sessions in a two-day intensive masterclass on-campus.
The first pop-up degree is being launched by Charles Darwin University (CDU), giving regional Territorians the option to study sustainable business practices close to home, making higher education more accessible in the regions.
Twenty scholarships are available for Katherine students studying the MBA in-person.
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CDU Associate Vice-Chancellor for Katherine and Big Rivers regions, Alison Haines, said the MBA scholarships would make higher education more accessible in the regions.
"The financial assistance could encourage more students from different industries and backgrounds to think about upskilling through the new MBA," Mrs Haines said.
"This is the first time that an MBA degree is delivered in-person in Katherine and Alice Springs, broadening CDU's course offering for remote and regional Territorians."
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