Top Business Schools in New Zealand

List of top leading business schools in New Zealand:

The University of Auckland Business School - The University of Auckland is New Zealand's leading university. The Business School was the first in New Zealand to earn accreditation from the three top international business school accrediting bodies (AACSB, EQUIS and AMBA).

University of Otago School of Business - The School of Business offers a wide range of undergraduate and postgraduate programmes in accounting, business law, entrepreneurship, economics, health informatics, finance, information science, international business, management, marketing management, quantitative methods and tourism. The School is accredited with the two leading international accreditation bodies: EQUIS and AACSB International.

Victoria University of Wellington (Victoria Management School) - It is one of the oldest and most prestigious universities in the country and is renowned for its teaching and research. The Victoria Management School includes the disciplines of Human Resource Management & Industrial Relations, Management, Maori Business and Tourism Management.

University of Canterbury - The College of Business and Economics offers a range of qualifications including the Bachelor of Commerce; Bachelor of Commerce with Honours; Master of Business Management; Master of Business Administration; Master of Commerce; Graduate Diploma in Accounting and Information Systems; Graduate Diploma in Business Administration; Graduate Diploma in Economics; Graduate Diploma in Management.

Massey University - The College of Business at Massey University is a leading provider of tertiary education, research and training in business and management. The College attracts students from throughout New Zealand and from 100 countries around the world. It holds accreditation from AACSB International, AMBA, and have a wide range of programme-specific endorsements in accountancy, finance and aviation.

Waikato Management School - It was ranked as New Zealand’s Number One research-based business school in the tertiary rankings released in May 2007.

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