UWA Business School MBA Ranking

The University of Western Australia (UWA) is highly regarded as one of the leading universities in Australia, consistently placed within the top 150 institutions worldwide by major publications such as the Times Higher Education Supplement, ARWU and Newsweek. The university is a member of the Go8 leading research-intensive universities.

The Business School offers a range of undergraduate and postgraduate programs in a number of disciplines including Accounting and Finance, Economics, Management and Organisations, Marketing.

The MBA degree is designed for those with a first degree who want to enhance their management capabilities. It is comprised of 12 units including Accounting, International Management, Managerial Finance, Economic Management and Strategy, Organisational Behaviour, etc. The MBA (Advanced) program consists of 16 units and requires students to undertake a further 4 units from the list of MBA Options.

The Business School has a number of research centres, including:
- Centre for Labour Market Research
- Centre for Transport and Logistics Research
- Centre for Organisational Research
- Trade Migration and Development Research Centre
- The Consortium for Diversity at Work
- WA Centre for Capital Markets Research


- 5th in the 2009 AFR (Australian Financial Review) BOSS MBA survey.

- UWA Business School received more stars than any other Business School in Australia. The MBA programs are placed in the 5 star (top) category, according to The Good Universities Guide to MBA and Management Programs for 2007.

- Tied for 2nd with Melbourne in the Australian Business Schools Ranking (Good Universities Guide 2005 edition).

- UWA is placed 84th in the world and listed in the top 200 globally for all subject areas including: Life Sciences & Biomedicine (#77), Engineering & IT (#131), Arts & Humanities (#142), Social Sciences (#151), and Natural Sciences (#163).

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