Find out which MBA programs and business schools made it into the 2019 Financial Times Global Rankings.
Melbourne Business School’s Executive MBA has been judged in the top 40 in the world, the latest QS Global Rankings Report details. While the ranked 27th globally, in Asia Pacific, the Executive MBA was ranked in the top 5. Executive MBAs, designed for managers with significant experience are a popular choice for those leaders wishing […]
Melbourne Business School today announced a change in leadership of their Business School, introducing Professor Ian Harper. The sixth dean of the Business School, Prof Harper brings a wealth of experience in the business and finance sector. Graduating from ANU with a PhD, Prof Harper has worked in a number of high profile roles, including […]
In 2017, Macquarie Graduate School of Management ranked 49th in the Financial Times Global MBA ranking. In 2018, it holds no position in top 100 list. Melbourne Business School ranked at 66th and UNSW’s Australian Graduate School of Management ranked slightly higher at 63rd. MGSM were not eligible for a ranking due to the requirement […]
There are 801 Business Schools globally who are accredited by the AACSB. What Does AACSB Stand For? Europe has EQUIS. Australia has TEQSA. In the United States, there is AACSB. The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business is a US Association aiming to connect prospective students to Business Schools. They are the standard for […]
For the first time since inception, Financial Times has released top-20 rankings for Business Schools in the Asia-Pacific Region. Competing against countries such as China, Singapore, and India, Australia had 3 Business Schools mentioned in the top 20. Two of these included their MBA program. FT 2017 Top Business School Rankings Ranked 11 – Melbourne […]
11 Australian Universities have had their MBA programs featured on the 2018 MBA Rankings Report by QS Top MBA. This ranking was determined based on 172,000 responses to their QS Global Academic Survey and 158,000 responses to their Employer Survey. 13 criteria are reviewed across 5 key areas: Employability (40%) – Asks employers from which […]