Brisbane Graduate School of Business (BGSB) is one of the schools in the Faculty of Business at the Queensland University of Technology. It is situated at QUT's Gardens Point campus in the central business district of Brisbane.

The school offers a Master of Business Administration program, Graduate Certificate in Business Administration, Executive MBA, Double-masters program (Master of Business/Master of Business Administration), and Doctor of Business Administration program.

QUT’s Faculty of Business received AMBA (The Association of MBAs) accreditation for its MBA programs; and EQUIS (the accreditation body of the European Foundation for Management Development) and AACSB international accreditation for all Business courses. It is the first business school in Australia to achieve this prestigious ‘triple crown’.

The university is a member of the Australian Technology Network (ATN).


- Ranked as a top tier Australian MBA program by Australian Financial Review BOSS magazine in 2005/06.

- The Faculty of Business has performed strongly in national competitive grants awarded by the Australian Research Council (ARC). In 2006 it was placed first in the Business and Management category for all forms of ARC Grants and 4th in Econometrics.

- It is the only Queensland MBA program and one of only 3 Australian programs listed in the Financial Times Top 100 rankings in 2004 (The School is rated 82nd globally).

- The MBA is rated as one of Australia's 5 star programs for the 4 consecutive years (2002-2005), according to The Graduate Management Association of Australia Inc (GMAA).

- The MBA is ranked equal 46th globally (Expansion Magazine Mexico).

- The MBA program is placed within the top 4 in Australia (Asia-Inc magazine 2004 rankings of Asia-Pacific MBA programs), and in 2001 the magazine ranked its MBA 3rd in Australia and 10th in Asia for Student Quality.

- 4th in Australia and 17th in Asia for its full-time MBA (Asiaweek magazine, May 2000).

- QUT has been ranked in the top 10 universities for research in Australia ( Melbourne Institute of Applied Economic and Social Research).

- The university is placed among the world's top 200 institutions, ranked 118th in the World University Rankings compiled by The Times Higher Education Supplement (2005). It is also placed 47th in the world for Biomedicine.

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