ANU College of Business and Economics

Australian National University (ANU) is one of the best universities in Australia and regularly placed within the top 20 position in the prestigious Times Higher Education world rankings.

ANU College of Business and Economics is consistently placed among the very best in Asia-Pacific and in the world in the fields of Accounting, Economics, Econometrics and Statistics. The College has the following Schools and Centres:
- School of Accounting and Business Information Systems
- School of Finance and Applied Statistics
- School of Economics
- School of Management, Marketing and International Business
- Australian National Centre for Audit and Assurance Research
- Centre for Applied Macroeconomic Analysis
- Centre for Actuarial Research
- National Centre for Information Systems Research (NCISR)

The University offers an internationally-recognized Master of Business Administration (MBA) program through the National Graduate School of Management (NGSM), within the ANU College of Business and Economics. The MBA program comprises ten core courses and six electives. Students may choose from a number of specialised streams including Finance, Leadership, Marketing, Project Management, Business of Government, General stream. The MBA may be taken full or part-time. Students entering the MBA must have at least 3 years professional or managerial work experience gained after the completion of a bachelor degree.


- The College of Business and Economics has been granted the highest A1 band by the Australian Government for excellence of teaching (2007).

- Ranked equal 1st university in Australia and 3rd in Business and Economics in the country (Rating Major Disciplines in Australian Universities: Perceptions and Reality. Williams, R. and Van Dyke, N. The University of Melbourne 2006).

- Placed in the Top 10 for Accounting in Asia-Pacific and 4th in Australia (Ranking Research Productivity in Accounting for Asia-Pacific Universities, 2005).

- 1st in the nation and 33rd in the World for Statistics; 2nd in the nation and 56th in the World for Econometrics, according to the rankings, Roessler, C. 2004.

- 1st in Australia for Economics and one of only two Australian universities in the International Top 100 (Rankings of Academic Journals and Institutions in Economics, 2003).

- Received a five star rating for prestige, per capita income, research performance, student demand, staff qualifications, graduate outcomes (jobs or further study) and graduate starting salaries (The Good Universities Guide 2000).

- No. 1 in Australia and placed among the top 10 universities in the Asia-Pacific region (Asiaweek magazine, 2000).

- No. 1 globally for Asian Studies in the survey of Asian Studies programs around the world, conducted by University of Leiden in 1996.

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