As the biggest country in Oceania, Australia is home to some of the world’s most prominent Masters of Business Administration (MBA) programs. Rankings of the world’s best MBA programs shall be fixed each year by publications such as “Financial Times” and the “Times Higher Education (topmba.com). The University of Texas at Dallas (UTD) also produced its own list of the world’s best MBA programs based on the research, production of business faculty members. Many of the same Australian MBA programs appears on each of these lists.
Melbourne business School
Melbourne business School was ranked with the “Times Higher Education” as the highest rated business program in Australia in 2009. the list consisted of all MBA programs in Asia-Pacific region of the world. Melbourne business School second only INSEAD, a French business school with an extension campus in Singapore. “Financial Times” ranked Melbourne’s program no. 63 in the world in 2010, making it the second highest-ranked Australian institution on its list. Research output, UTD established that Melbourne Business School ranked 91. in the world. the school ranked No. 17 on the list compiled by “The Economist” in 2009. the school offers a general MBA degrees along with Master of management degrees. The MBA offered full or part-time, and through an Executive track. Students can also pursue joint-degree programs, obtain MBA and other degrees, like a legal degree, at the same time.
Melbourne Business School
200 Leicester Street
Carlton, Victoria 3053
Macquarie University Graduate School of management (MGSM) is another one of Australia’s world renowned business schools. MGSM ranked No. 55 on the list compiled by “The Economist” in 2009, making it the second-highest ranked school in the nation on their list. The school was ranked No. 7 overall, with the “Times Higher Education” to the Asia-Pacific region and nr. 99 of the “Financial Times”. MBA program emphasizes accounting, marketing management and organizational behavior as the core of its curriculum. Additional management and PhD degrees are available as well.
Macquarie Graduate School of management
University of New South Wales
University of New South Wales (UNSW) is home to the Australian Graduate School of management (formerly the Australian School of Business). MBA program at UNSW ranked fourth in the Asia-Pacific region, making it the second-highest ranked program in Australia at the “Times Higher Education” list. The program ranked No. 36 in the world on the “Financial Times” list and no. 79 on the list prepared by the UTD. The school offers full-time and executive MBA programs, as well as interdisciplinary degree track incorporates the law school in connection with business studies.
University of New South Wales
UNSW Sydney NSW 2052
Monash University was ranked No. 59 of “The Economist” in 2009 and nr. 9 in Asia-Pacific region with the “Times Higher Education”. The school did not make either list drawn up by the “Financial Times” or with UTD. The school offers both a full and part time MBA program along with an accelerated program can be completed in 12 months. The program’s key priorities include business ethics, strategy and negotiation and leadership development.
MBA Program Manager
Faculty of Business and Economics
PO Box 197
Caulfield East 3145, Victoria,