A POST-GRADUATE study designed for regional working students has seen Leigh Goullet benefit from the advanced approach.
SKILLED: Mildura Rural City Council’s acting manager of asset services Leigh Goullet is extending his qualifications with the regionally adapted MBA.
Mr Goullet, who works for Mildura Rural City Council as acting manager of asset services, is one of 37 students taking part in the specifically developed La Trobe University Master of Business Administration (MBA).
He recently attended a four-day intensive subject at the university’s Bendigo campus as part of the post-graduate qualification.
The students, who are studying at five of La Trobe’s campuses – Bendigo, Shepparton, Mildura, Albury-Wodonga and Melbourne – came together on July 18 to undertake a Business in Society subject.
The subject is one of 12 modules the students need to complete for the MBA.
Most students are studying part-time in the evenings and expect to complete their MBA within 18 months to two years.
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