Top MBA Schools in Australia

Australian MBA are placed among the very best in the international league tables. According to the Financial Times Global MBA Rankings, two Australian business schools are placed in the top 100 globally in 2009: Australian School of Business (32nd) and Melbourne Business School (52nd). According to the Economist Intelligence Unit's World MBA Rankings 2002, five Australian MBA schools made it to the global top 100 (they are the Macquarie Graduate School of Management, AGSM, Mt Eliza Business School, Melbourne, and Monash University Graduate School of Business).

View below for the ranking profiles of top MBA schools in Australia:

Australian School of Business
The AGSM MBA is the oldest program in the country. It is the first Australian business school to receive accreditation from AACSB International (the highest standard of achievement for business schools worldwide). The M.B.A. program has been rated top in the nation, according to the AFR BOSS magazine.

Melbourne Business School
Listed among the top 50 business schools worldwide by The UK immigration department- Highly Skilled Migration Programmes. The full-time MBA is ranked 1st in Australia and 26th world-wide (EIU 2009).

University of Adelaide Business School
Awarded five stars for the two MBA programs: 12-course MBA program and 16-course MBA (Advanced) program, according to the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA).

UQ Business School
It was the nation's first business school to achieve dual accreditation from the AACSB and EQUIS. It received five stars (the highest rating) for industry links and staff academic qualifications in The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs (2010 edition).

University of Western Australia
According to The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs for 2007, UWA MBA programs are placed in the 5 star (top) category.

Australian National University
The College of Business and Economics has been granted the highest A1 band by the Australian Government for excellence of teaching.

Monash University
Number One in the world in the category ‘personal development and educational experience’ in the Economist’s 2009 MBA rankings.

Macquarie Graduate School Management
Financial Times has ranked MGSM among the top 45 business schools in the world for the quality of its Executive Education programs.

Brisbane Graduate School of Business
The Faculty of Business has performed strongly in national competitive grants awarded by the Australian Research Council.

Griffith University
Accounting research at Griffith has been ranked as one of the best in the world. The MBA has been awarded a five star rating by the GMAA.