UQ Business School MBA retains five stars for 11th year

30 Nov 2015
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UQ Business School’s MBA program has been awarded a 5 star rating by the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA) for the 11th consecutive year.

The GMAA is recognised nationally as a rigorous and truly independent evaluation of Australian business schools, and is of great benefit to prospective MBA students, and a valuable contribution to the enhancement of postgraduate management qualifications.

The association produces the ratings in conjunction with Hobsons Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Courses.

UQ Business School Dean, Professor Andrew Griffiths said the School has once again been recognised for its industry links, research reputation, academic qualifications and graduate salaries.

“It is a great achievement for the School to be able to retain our 5 star GMAA ranking over 11 consecutive years,” he said.

Earlier this year, The Economist ranked UQ Business School’s MBA program number one in the Asia-Pacific region, and number 16 internationally; once again identifying it as the leading MBA provider outside Europe and North America.

In September 2015, the Australian Financial Review BOSS MBA survey also ranked the UQ Business School MBA program number one in Australia for the second time.

To find out more about the UQ Business School MBA program, visit business.uq.edu.au/mba