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Australian MBA Rankings

Australian MBA Rankings 2014

  • 1 Australian Graduate School of Management
  • 2 Melbourne Business School
  • 3 Macquarie Graduate School of Management
  • 4 Brisbane Graduate School of Business
  • 5 University of Queensland
  • 6 University of Adelaide
  • 7 Curtin University of Technology
  • 8 University of Technology Sydney
  • 9 University of South Australia (International GSM)
  • 10 RMIT University

The rankings above are based on those carried out by Asia Week with additional information from the Financial Times research into global MBA rankings, the Melbourne Institute, AFR, and the Australian Education Network. The Financial Times included two Australian business schools in its research into MBA programs. The Australian Graduate School of Management (University of New South Wales) was ranked at 42 in the list and Melbourne Business School was ranked at 58.

Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA)

The Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) produces and publishes an annual GMAA 5 Star Rating comprising a detailed survey of the top business schools in Australia. The MBA rating system involves a balance between a range of factors from total cost through to content and entry requirements, designed to rate MBA program attractiveness to potential students.

The GMA relies on participating business schools supplying information about their MBA programs. The GMAA 5 Star Assessment is designed as an index of the quality of MBA programs provided in Australia to onshore students. In 2013 data was received from 47 programs offered through 31 institutions, of which 39 programs were ultimately included in the final results. The alphabetical list of courses awarded a 5 Star Rating in 2013 is:

  • Deakin University
  • Griffith University
  • La Trobe University
  • Queensland University of Technology
  • University of Adelaide
  • University of Queensland
  • University of South Australia
  • University of Southern Queensland

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