Monash University MBA Ratings

Monash University is the largest and one of the most research-intensive universities in Australia. The Graduate School of Business (GSB) is one of the top Master of Business Administration (MBA) providers in the world, consistently placed among the best business schools in the world for its MBA programs by the Economist Intelligence Unit. In addition Australian Financial Review's BOSS magazine has rated the Monash MBA in the top tier.

The MBA degree program comprises sixteen units (10 core units and six elective units). Core units include Strategic Management, International Business, Accounting for Business, Supply Chain and Operations Management, Business Analysis and Planning, etc.

Notable MBA alumni include Alastair Clarkson (Hawthorn Football Club coach), Charles Macek (Telstra and Wesfarmers Director ), Richard Alston (former Federal Communications Minister), Dale Fisher (Royal Women's Hospital chief executive), etc.


- 3rd in Australia, 5th in the Asia-Pacific region and 59th in the world for the MBA. It is also placed 1st in the world in the category ‘personal development and educational experience’ in the Economist’s 2009 MBA rankings.

- Ranked 2nd in Australia for the MBA program by the AFR Boss Magazine MBA Rankings 2009.

- 47th among the World's Top 100 MBA programs (EIU 2008).

-  The MBA is awarded a five star rating and an equal first in the 2008 Hobson's Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs.

- 43rd in the world and the highest ranked in the country for its MBA programs. It is also rated 2nd in the world in the category 'personal development and educational experience' (EIU 2007 MBA rankings).

- Awarded 5-star rating for corporate links, academic qualifications of staff, assessment of the program by the GMA (national association of MBA graduates) in the Good Universities Guide to MBAs and Executive Short Courses 2006.

- Monash University Gippsland Campus received a five star rating from the 2004 Good Universities Guide for graduate employability and graduate starting salaries.

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