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QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania

Discover the top full-time MBA programs in Australia and New Zealand with the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania.

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Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbo...

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbourne Business School, one of six institutions from the city of Melbourne in this year’s table.

As well as 13 Australian institutions, there is one school from New Zealand which features this year: Otago Business School. Despite only being ranked ninth in the region, Otago actually out-performs many of the schools above it for the employability indicator. For more information about how the methodology in this year’s ranking works, click here.

The Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW is ranked second this year. When asked about the MBA program at AGSM, academic director Dr Michele Roberts said: “AGSM prepares MBA students to be adaptive leaders who are well equipped for the digital age and ready to make an impact in today’s accelerated world. The skills they need to achieve this is changing, and we are continuously innovating to provide students with a contemporary and relevant MBA experience.”

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Explore the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania 2021 and Global MBA Rankings 2021

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Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbo...

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbourne Business School, one of six institutions from the city of Melbourne in this year’s table.

As well as 13 Australian institutions, there is one school from New Zealand which features this year: Otago Business School. Despite only being ranked ninth in the region, Otago actually out-performs many of the schools above it for the employability indicator. For more information about how the methodology in this year’s ranking works, click here.

The Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW is ranked second this year. When asked about the MBA program at AGSM, academic director Dr Michele Roberts said: “AGSM prepares MBA students to be adaptive leaders who are well equipped for the digital age and ready to make an impact in today’s accelerated world. The skills they need to achieve this is changing, and we are continuously innovating to provide students with a contemporary and relevant MBA experience.”

What do you think of this year’s rankings? Tweet us @TopMBA and let us know!

Explore the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania 2021 and Global MBA Rankings 2021

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QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania

Discover the top full-time MBA programs in Australia and New Zealand with the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania.

.

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate ta...

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbourne Business School, one of six institutions from the city of Melbourne in this year’s table.

As well as 13 Australian institutions, there is one school from New Zealand which features this year: Otago Business School. Despite only being ranked ninth in the region, Otago actually out-performs many of the schools above it for the employability indicator. For more information about how the methodology in this year’s ranking works, click here.

The Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW is ranked second this year. When asked about the MBA program at AGSM, academic director Dr Michele Roberts said: “AGSM prepares MBA students to be adaptive leaders who are well equipped for the digital age and ready to make an impact in today’s accelerated world. The skills they need to achieve this is changing, and we are continuously innovating to provide students with a contemporary and relevant MBA experience.”

What do you think of this year’s rankings? Tweet us @TopMBA and let us know!

Explore the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania 2021 and Global MBA Rankings 2021

Read more
Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate ta...

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbourne Business School, one of six institutions from the city of Melbourne in this year’s table.

As well as 13 Australian institutions, there is one school from New Zealand which features this year: Otago Business School. Despite only being ranked ninth in the region, Otago actually out-performs many of the schools above it for the employability indicator. For more information about how the methodology in this year’s ranking works, click here.

The Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW is ranked second this year. When asked about the MBA program at AGSM, academic director Dr Michele Roberts said: “AGSM prepares MBA students to be adaptive leaders who are well equipped for the digital age and ready to make an impact in today’s accelerated world. The skills they need to achieve this is changing, and we are continuously innovating to provide students with a contemporary and relevant MBA experience.”

What do you think of this year’s rankings? Tweet us @TopMBA and let us know!

Explore the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania 2021 and Global MBA Rankings 2021

Read more

Having been grouped with Asian business schools in last year’s ranking, this year sees institutions based in Australia and New Zealand get their own separate table. Ranked in first place is Melbourne Business School, one of six institutions from the city of Melbourne in this year’s table.

As well as 13 Australian institutions, there is one school from New Zealand which features this year: Otago Business School. Despite only being ranked ninth in the region, Otago actually out-performs many of the schools above it for the employability indicator. For more information about how the methodology in this year’s ranking works, click here.

The Australian Graduate School of Management at UNSW is ranked second this year. When asked about the MBA program at AGSM, academic director Dr Michele Roberts said: “AGSM prepares MBA students to be adaptive leaders who are well equipped for the digital age and ready to make an impact in today’s accelerated world. The skills they need to achieve this is changing, and we are continuously innovating to provide students with a contemporary and relevant MBA experience.”

What do you think of this year’s rankings? Tweet us @TopMBA and let us know!

Explore the QS Global MBA Rankings: Oceania 2021 and Global MBA Rankings 2021

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