Australia’s 5 Star MBAs Announced

Seven business schools and nine different courses have secured a 5 star rating in the latest assessment by the Graduate Management Association of Australia.

The GMAA Star Rating is a rigorous and independent assessment of Australian MBA programs. The GMAA assesses and gives each program a star rating from 5-1 to reflect the program’s standard.

In 2016 Deakin University (MBA and MBA International) and QUT (MBA and EMBA) received two 5 star ratings while Griffith University, La Trobe, University of Adelaide, University of Queensland and University of South Australia were also awarded 5 stars.

Four star MBAs include CQ University, Flinders University, RMIT University (Executive MBA), Southern Cross University and University of Technology Sydney.

Stars Provider Program
***** Deakin University MBA
***** Deakin University MBA (International)
***** Griffith University MBA
***** LaTrobe University MBA
***** Queensland University of Technology Executive MBA
***** Queensland University of Technology MBA
***** University of Adelaide MBA
***** University of Queensland MBA
***** University of South Australia MBA (Onshore)
     
**** CQUniversity MBA
**** Flinders University MBA
**** RMIT University MBA (Executive)
**** Southern Cross University MBA
**** University of Technology Sydney (UTS) MBA
     
*** Curtin University MBA
*** RMIT University MBA
*** Swinburne University of Technology MBA
*** University of Southern Queensland MBA
*** University of Technology, Sydney Executive MBA
*** Victoria University MBA Onshore
     
** University of Newcastle MBA
** University of Western Sydney MBA
** Victoria University MBA Offshore
     
* Charles Sturt University MBA
* Charles Sturt University MBA
* Federation University Australia MBA
* University of Tasmania MBA

 

 

Ben Ready founded MBA News in 2013 and is the Managing Editor. He is a former business and finance journalist with Australian Associated Press (AAP) and Dow Jones Newswires in London. Ben completed his MBA in 2012 and was awarded the QUT GMAA Entrepreneurship Prize.

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