UQ Business School MBA Ranking

The University of Queensland (UQ) is one of the world's best research and teaching universities, with first-class reputation for its 5-star rated MBA programs. UQ Business School was the nation's first to achieve comprehensive accreditation for the full range of degrees from the AACSB International (The Association To Advance Collegiate Schools of Business), and also accredited by EQUIS (European Foundation for Management Development).

The School offers a comprehensive range of undergraduate programs, honours degrees, postgraduate coursework programs, postgraduate research programs and dual degree programs.The business programs (degrees) are also accredited with professional associations such as: CPA Australia, Institute of Chartered Accountants of Australia (ICAA), Australian Computer Society (ACS), Association of Certified Chartered Accountants (ACCA), Chartered Secretaries Australia Limited (CSA), Australasian Institute of Banking & Finance (AIBF).

Rankings and Ratings:

- Awarded a five star ranking for the MBA program from the Graduate Management Association of Australia (GMAA). The Business School received five stars rating for industry links and staff academic qualifications in The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs 2010.

- It is the only Queensland university to receive the maximum five-star rating for research grants and research intensivity in the 2009 edition of The Good Universities Guide. It also received 5-star for toughness to get in (St Lucia campus).

- Placed among the global top 50 institutions (#41) in THE-QS World University Rankings 2009, placing it among the top one percent of international universities.

- In 2008, UQ Business School is placed in the top 5 nationally by the Economist Intelligence Unit's Which MBA? survey. It is the only Queensland business school included in the Which MBA? Asian and Australasian ranking in 2008.

- Rated as the top university in Queensland, 3rd in the nation and in the rank range of 10-18th in the Australia-Pacific region (Academic Ranking of World Universities 2007).

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