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Masters by Research

Enterprise. Innovation. Collaboration.

Develop your career and hone your research skills with a Masters by Research from the UniSA Business School. You will define and investigate complex problems, and apply your unique perspective to challenging and important questions. Our commitment to working collaboratively to create and apply knowledge means that you can work with like-minded people around the world through our national and international partnerships. 

With research strengths in marketing, business growth, human resource management, choice and behaviour modelling, and international business, the practical experience gained in a research degree from the UniSA Business School can take you into advanced practice in industry, leadership positions or a research career in industry, government or academia. 

Get ready to delve into your research career.

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Emma Nicholls

Emma Nicholls

Director, Marketing and Communications, South Australian Tourism Commission
Master of Business (Research)

Having chosen a career in marketing and research, Emma knew that UniSA Business School could offer a smooth transition from undergraduate to postgraduate studies.

‘UniSA had the course I was interested in. I wanted to develop my marketing research skills, but I also knew that a broader business qualification would be needed to progress my career. Adelaide is a great place to live, work and study and the UniSA Business School was the best choice.’

"The quality of teaching staff is excellent and students are challenged and supported to develop a whole range of business skills, as well as contemporary marketing research knowledge."

Continuing on from her undergraduate studies was the most effective way for Emma to achieve the qualifications that would give her the edge.

‘Opportunities presented by the unique set-up of the Ehrenberg-Bass Institute for Marketing Science allowed me to apply both undergraduate and postgraduate learnings in a commercial context.’